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Leaves From the Journal of Our Life in the Highlands, From 1848 to 1861

Author:
Queen Victoria (British, London 1819–1901 Isle of Wight)
Editor:
Sir Arthur Helps (British, Balham Hill, Surrey 1813–1875 London)
Artist:
After Sir Edwin Henry Landseer (British, London 1802–1873 London)
Artist:
After Carl Haag (British (born Germany), Erlangen, Bavaria 1820–1915 Oberwesel, Germany)
Artist:
After William Wyld (British, London 1806–1889 Paris)
Artist:
After A. Becker (German, 19th century)
Artist:
After Paul Jacob Naftel (British, Guernsey 1817–1891 Richmond upon Thames)
Artist:
After John Wilson Carmichael (British, Newcastle upon Tyne 1799–1868 Scarborough)
Artist:
After Samuel Bough (British, Carlisle 1822–1878 Edinburgh)
Artist:
After Hon. E. R. Stanley (British, active 1868)
Artist:
After Queen Victoria (British, London 1819–1901 Isle of Wight)
Artist:
After J. M. Richardson (British, 19th century)
Artist:
After C. Hildebrandt (active Britain, 19th century)
Artist:
After Richard Principal Leitch (British, ca. 1827–1882)
Artist:
After F. Giles (British, 19th century)
Artist:
After Charlotte Elizabeth Canning (British, Paris 1817–1861 Calcutta)
Artist:
After Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Coburg, Germany 1819–1861 Windsor)
Artist:
After Egron Sellif Lundgren (Swedish, Stockholm 1815–1875 Stockholm)
Artist:
After C. Robinson (British, 19th century)
Artist:
After Edmund Morison Wimperis (British, Chester 1835–1900 Southbourne, Hampshire)
Artist:
After George Housman Thomas (British, London 1824–1868 Boulogne)
Artist:
After P. Phillips (British, 19th century)
Artist:
After Nicholas Condy (British, baptized Withiel, Cornwall 1793–1857 Plymouth)
Artist:
After Mrs. Gordon (British, 19th century)
Artist:
After James Roberts (British, active 1858–76)
Engraver:
Frederick Bacon (British, London 1803–1887 California)
Engraver:
Thomas Oldham Barlow (British, Oldham, Lancashire 1824–1889 London)
Engraver:
James Stephenson (British, Manchester 1808–1886 London)
Engraver:
Lumb Stocks (British, 1812–1892 London)
Engraver:
Edward Paxman Brandard (British, 1819–1898 New Malden, Surrey)
Engraver:
Charles Henry Jeens (British, Uley, Gloucestershire 1827–1879 London)
Engraver:
Arthur Willmore (British, Birmingham 1814–1888 London)
Engraver:
James Davis Cooper (British, London 1823–1904 London)
Dedicatee:
Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Coburg, Germany 1819–1861 Windsor)
Publisher:
Smith, Elder, & Co. (London)
Printer:
R. Clay, Son(s), and Taylor (London)
Binder:
Bound by J. Rowbotham (British, active mid-19th century) , London
Sitter:
Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Coburg, Germany 1819–1861 Windsor)
Sitter:
Queen Victoria (British, London 1819–1901 Isle of Wight)
Sitter:
The Princess Victoria, Princess Royal (London 1840–1901 Friedrichshof)
Sitter:
Edward VII, King of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (British, London 1841–1910 London)
Sitter:
Princess Alice of Hesse (London 1843–1878)
Sitter:
Prince Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg (British, Windsor 1844–1900 Rosenau, Bavaria)
Sitter:
Princess Helena (British, London 1846–1923 London)
Sitter:
Princess Victoria, Duchess of Kent (Coburg, Germany 1786–1861 Frogmore House, Windsor)
Sitter:
Prince Louis of Hesse (German, Darmstadt 1837–1892)
Sitter:
Charlotte Elizabeth Canning (British, Paris 1817–1861 Calcutta)
Sitter:
John Brown (British, Crathie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland 1826–1883 Windsor)
Date:
1868
Medium:
Illustrations: steel engraving, chromolithography, wood engraving
Dimensions:
11 7/8 x 9 1/2 x 1 9/16 in. (30.2 x 24.1 x 4 cm)
Classification:
Books
Credit Line:
The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1965
Accession Number:
65.542
Not on view
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