A correct statement and vindication of the conduct of John Sidney Hawkins ... towards mr. John Thomas Smith, against the misrepresentations contained in the Advertisement prefixed to mr. Smith's Antiquities of Westminster.... (1807)
John Thomas Smith also known as Antiquity Smith (1766–1833) was a painter, engraver and antiquarian. He wrote a life of the sculptor Joseph Nollekens that was noted for its "malicious candour" and was a keeper of prints for the British Museum.
Portret van kunstenaar Joseph Mallord William Turner die een prent bekijkt in het prentenkabinet van het British Museum.
Originally published as: Vagabondiana.
New ed.; Originally published as: An antiquarian ramble in the streets of London, with anecdotes of their more celebrated residents.
Illustrations: Portraits; By John Thomas Smith, Keeper of the Prints and Drawings in the British Museum..; With stipple engraved frontispiece portrait of Nollekens to v.1: "Engraved by William Boyd from a drawing by John Jackson. Esq. R.A."; Colophon (also t.p. verso)...
Edition: 2; 2nd edition; by John Thomas Blake
Edition: 3; 3rd ed., revised.
Cathedral binding by J. Mackenzie, c. 1820.