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TASKSEdit

  • Add missing and fix all plate headers and footers (referencing Bunka Gakuen images where djvu images are overcropped). Decide whether footers should go within image display template (probably, yes) and fix all to make them consistent.
  • find/make decisions about higher resolution (and/or better focused) plate images from Bunka Gakuen or elsewhere; upload as appropriate.
  • add section markers for transclusion
  • edit TOC pages for article title links
  • create mainspace pages
    • decide whether to use issue-level TOC or Volume level (repeat mastheads? create specialized TOC table and/or template?)
    • investigate if it's possible to transclude serialized articles to a single page (and recurring articles, like music and fashion), probably at Volume level
  • create links from relevant wikipedia articles to main namespace pages, e.g., create link in w:Joseph Wölfl to review at Page:Repository of Arts, Series 1, Volume 01, 1809, January-June.djvu/226 (incidentally correcting date of publication to 1809). Add link from (pagespace) review to Wölfl's article on wp. Add external links to IMSLP.

Alternate printingsEdit

Bunka Gakuen’s bound copies are a different printing from the set at IA. The page numbers are the same, but there are occasional differences in the text. The BG set is probably a later printing, as most of the textual differences appear to be corrections. However, since the IA printings are the ones on Commons, their version should prevail. Use {{SIC}} to indicate corrections.

To access the BG images:

  • click on the link above
  • click on the Search button at top right, type "repository" in the keyword box, and press the Search button at the bottom (Enter won't work)
  • click the link for "The repository of arts"

OR

  • click on "Magazines" at lower left
  • click on "R" (for "Repository")
  • click the link for "The repository of arts"

For Volume I, the BG printing places all of the advertisements at the end, after the Index.

Index: (229-0001-) 311 through 315. Advertisements:

  • Jan 315
  • Feb 317
  • Mar 319
  • Apr 321
  • May 325
  • Jun 329-333

Vol. II: Index: (229-0002-) 336 through 338 (670-672). Advertisements:

  • Jul 338/672
  • Aug (none?)
  • Sep 342/676
  • Oct 344/678
  • Nov 346/680
  • Dec 349/683

p. 459 (301/635) goes next to p. 480 (302/636) so 20 pages are missing or placed elsewhere.

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AnnotationsEdit

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Examples:

  • Bishop’s music to the forthcoming opera at Drury-lane Theatre. . . .

Page headersEdit

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2
INTRODUCTION TO THE
2
HISTORY OF THE
2
USEFUL AND POLITE ARTS
185
THEATRE.——FASHIONS FOR LADIES, &C.
77
LETTERS FROM ITALY.
123
patent landau, &c.
56
british sports.
97
retrospect of politics.
36
literary intelligence.
97
review of new publications.
97
review of new music.
97
musical review.
97
theatrical observations.
97
theatrical report.
97
law reports.
49
medical report.
51
agricultural report.
102
wedgwood’s rooms.
400
PATTERNS OF BRITISH MANUFACTURE.
54
fashionable furniture.
55
fashionable furniture.
185
theatre.——fashions for ladies, &c.
122
fashions for ladies and gentlemen.
189
ALLEGORICAL WOOD-CUT, &C.
124
poetry.
164
marriages and deaths.
193
bankruptcies and dividends.



INTRODUCTION TO THE

introduction to the

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(Continued from page 14.)

 

(To be continued.)

 


 

TO THE EDITOR OF THE REPOSITORY OF ARTS, &c.

Sir,

In


 


 


 

Plate 4.——BRITISH SPORTS.

FASHIONS FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.

Plates 5 and 6.——FASHIONS FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.

Plate 7.——WEDGWOOD’S ROOMS.

Plate 9.——PATENT LANDAU.

FASHIONABLE FURNITURE.

ALLEGORICAL WOOD-CUT, WITH PATTERNS OF BRITISH MANUFACTURE.

article subsection titlesEdit

PRINTING.

Literary IntelligenceEdit

36
literary intelligence.
37
literary intelligence.
184
literary notices and intelligence.
185
literary notices and intelligence.
 


 

LITERARY INTELLIGENCE.

LITERARY NOTICES AND INTELLIGENCE.

 

 

ROYAL SOCIETY.

 

 

WERNERIAN NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY.

 

 

DUBLIN SOCIETY.

 

 

LECTURES.

Review of New PublicationsEdit

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review of new publications.
97
review of new publications.
 


 

REVIEW OF NEW PUBLICATIONS.

Review of New MusicEdit

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review of new music.
97
review of new music.
 


 

REVIEW OF NEW MUSIC.

Musical ReviewEdit

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musical review.
97
musical review.
 


 

MUSICAL REVIEW.

Theatrical ObservationsEdit

48
theatrical observations.
49
theatrical observations.
 


 

THEATRICAL OBSERVATIONS.

Theatrical ReportEdit

48
theatrical report.
49
theatrical report.
 


 

THEATRICAL REPORT.

Law ReportsEdit

96
law reports.
97
law reports.

Law Reports.

Law Reports.

Ubi ingenio non erat locus, curæ testimonium promeruisse contentus.

Court of King’s Bench, Dec. 24th.

Medical ReportEdit

48
medical report.
49
medical report.
 


 

MEDICAL REPORT.

Agricultural ReportEdit

50
agricultural report.
51
agricultural report.
 


 

AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

PoetryEdit

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124
poetry.

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125
poetry.

Poetry.

ODE FOR THE NEW YEAR, 1809.

By H. J. Pye, Esq. P. L.

To the Memory of Sir J. Moore, K. B.

or

Poetry


ADDRESS

To Alexander Dundas C. an Infant apparently near Dissolution.

second page

191
POETRY.

Full-orb’d in equinoctial skies,
When the pale moon malignant rides,

S. B. Frome.


To center:

Full-orb’d in equinoctial skies,
When the pale moon malignant rides,

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See: Help:Poetry

M&DEdit

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marriages and deaths.

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marriages and deaths.
 

MARRIAGES AND DEATHS,

Arranged in the Alphabetical Order of the Counties.

Bedfordshire.——Married.] At Bedfordshire.——Died.] At Berkshire.——Married.] At Berkshire.——Died.] At Buckinghamshire.——Married.] At Buckinghamshire.——Died.] At Cambridgeshire.——Married.] At Cambridgeshire.——Died.] At Cheshire.——Married.] At Cheshire.——Died.] At Cornwall.——Married.] At Cornwall.——Died.] At Cumberland.——Married.] At Cumberland.——Died.] At Derbyshire.——Married.] At Derbyshire.——Died.] At Devonshire.——Married.] At Devonshire.——Died.] At Dorset.——Married.] At Dorset.——Died.] At Dorsetshire.——Married.] At Dorsetshire.——Died.] At Durham.——Married.] At Durham.——Died.] At Essex.——Married.] At Essex.——Died.] At Glamorganshire.——Married.] At Glamorganshire.——Died.] At Gloucestershire.——Married.] At Gloucestershire.——Died.] At Hampshire.——Married.] At Hampshire.——Died.] At Hartfordshire.——Married.] At Hartfordshire.——Died.] At Herefordshire.——Married.] At Herefordshire.——Died.] At Hertford.——Married.] At Hertford.——Died.] At Hertfordshire.——Married.] At Hertfordshire.——Died.] At Huntingdonshire.——Married.] At Huntingdonshire.——Died.] At Kent.——Married.] At Kent.——Died.] At Lancashire.——Married.] At Lancashire.——Died.] At Leicestershire.——Married.] At Leicestershire.——Died.] At Lincolnshire.——Married.] At Lincolnshire.——Died.] At Middlesex.——Married.] In London, Middlesex.——Died.] In London, Norfolk.——Married.] At Norfolk.——Died.] At Northamptonshire.——Married.] At Northamptonshire.——Died.] At Northumberland.——Married.] At Northumberland.——Died.] At Nottingham.——Married.] At Nottingham.——Died.] At Nottinghamshire.——Married.] At Nottinghamshire.——Died.] At Oxfordshire.——Married.] At Oxfordshire.——Died.] At Shropshire.——Married.] At Shropshire.——Died.] At Somersetshire.——Married.] At Somersetshire.——Died.] At Staffordshire.——Married.] At Staffordshire.——Died.] At Suffolk.——Married.] At Suffolk.——Died.] At Surry.——Married.] At Surry.——Died.] At Surrey.——Married.] At Surrey.——Died.] At Sussex.——Married.] At Sussex.——Died.] At Warwickshire.——Married.] At Warwickshire.——Died.] At Wiltshire.——Married.] At Wiltshire.——Died.] At Worcestershire.——Married.] At Worcestershire.——Died.] At Yorkshire.——Married.] At Yorkshire.——Died.] At

Wales——Married.] At Wales——Died.] At

Scotland——Married.] At Scotland——Died.] At

Ireland——Married.] At Ireland——Died.] At

Miscellaneous——Married.] At Miscellaneous——Died.] At

Abroad——Married.] At Abroad——Died.] At Deaths abroad.] At

Died.] At

.——At , esq.——At

B&DEdit

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bankruptcies and dividends.

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bankruptcies and dividends.

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BANKRUPTCIES AND DIVIDENDS.

BANKRUPTCIES.

The Solicitors’ Names are between Parentheses.

DIVIDENDS.

IndexEdit

index.

 


 

INDEX.

PlatesEdit

Always include all plate marks, formatted as closely to the original as possible. Note that there are often subtle differences from plate to plate and month to month. If plate marks and captions are not visible, consult other images such as those at Bunka Gakuen.


For No 1 of Ackermann’s Repository of Arts &c Pub. Jany 1809, 101, Strand London.

For No 2 of R. Ackermann’s Repository of Arts &c Pub. Feby 1809, at 101, Strand London.

For No 5 of Ackermann’s Repository of Arts &c Pub. May 1809 at 101, Strand, London.

Plate 22.

When within FI or FIS template, caption = Ball Dress.

For No 5 of Ackermann’s Repository of Arts &c Pub. May 1809, at 101 Strand London.

Example 2 within FI template: caption = Walking Dress.

For No 3, of Ackermann’s Repository of Arts &c Pub. 1st March 1809, at 101 Strand, London.

Messrs Pellatt & Green,
St Paul’s Church Yard.

G. Smith delr 1808

London: Pub. Jan 1809, for R. Ackermann’s Repository of Arts, 101, Strand.

For the Supplement to Vol. 1st of Ackermann’s Repository of Arts, Fashions &c
Published June 1st 1809, at 101 Strand London.

given extra in the Supplement to the 1st Vol., of Ackermann’s Repository of Arts


No 4

Plate 29

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FashionEdit

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fashions for ladies and gentlemen.

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123
fashions for ladies and gentlemen.

FASHIONS FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.

FASHIONABLE HEAD-DRESSES.

general observations.

fashions for gentlemen.

plate 1.——walking dress.

plate 29.——promenade dress.

half dress.

full dress.

evening dress.

evening full dress.

dancing dress.

ball dress.

opera dress.

dinner dress.

morning dress.

walking dress.

carriage dress.

child’s dress.

Fashion Plate captionsEdit

Half Dress.

Full Dress.

Evening Full Dress.

Evening Dress.

Dancing Dress.

Ball Dress.

Opera Dress.

Dinner Dress.

Morning Dress.

Walking Dress.

Walking Dresses.

Carriage Dress.

Fashionable Head Dresses.


FurnishingsEdit

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fashionable furniture.

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fashionable furniture.

FASHIONABLE FURNITURE.

plate 3.—chaise longue.

window-seat.

PLATE 26.——DEJEUNER, OR WORK-TABLE.

FOOTSTOOL.

Sample PatternsEdit

No. I.January 1809.

The Repository

Of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashions, and Politics.

Manufacturers, Factors, and Wholesale Dealers in Fancy Goods that come within the scope of this Plan, are requested to send Patterns of such new Articles as they come out, and if the requisites of Novelty, Fashion, and Elegance are united, the quantity necessary for this Magazine will be ordered.

R. Ackermann, 101, Strand, London.


The Repository

March 1809.

Of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashions, and Politics.

Manufacturers, Factors, and Wholesale Dealers in Fancy Goods that come within the scope of this Plan, are requested to send Patterns of such new Articles as they come out, and if the requisites of Novelty, Fashion, and Elegance are united, the quantity necessary for this Magazine will be ordered.

R. Ackermann, 101, Strand, London.

No.repository of arts, science, &c.3

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BRITISH Sports BY HOWITT.

POINTERS

coursing.

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Printer’s marksEdit

No. I. Vol. I. I
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C2
Sup, Vol. I. 3U

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Printed, for R. Ackermann, by Harrison & Rutter, 373, Strand.

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An

The

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Right Hon. Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. K.B. Pres. R.S.H. M.L.S.

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Volume TitleEdit

The
REPOSITORY
of
Arts, Literature, Commerce,
Manufactures, FASHIONS and Politics.
This
Work
Already honored by his Approbation
Is most Humbly Dedicated by Permission
To his Royal Highness
The Prince of Wales,
by his grateful and obedient servant,
R. Ackermann.

Girón scr.t

Issue TitleEdit

Note: the second number is not the djvu page number, but the djvu offset from the book’s page number, requiring a calculation: the linked page is the sum of the two numbers added together.

See also: User:Laura1822/Ackermanns TOC

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Miscellaneous notesEdit