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TRANSACTIONS

OF THE

TYNESIDE

NATURALISTS' FIELD CLUB.

1858-60.

VOLUME IV.

Newcastle upon Tyne :
F. & W. DODSWORTH, COLLING WOOD STREET.

1860.

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HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY

INGRAHAM FUND

July 5, 1927
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The Committee of the Tyneside Naturalists' Field Club beg to

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THE FRONTISPIECE

To this part of the “Transactions" represents Ovingham Church, with the monuments, beneath which are laid the remains of Thomas Bewick, his wife and son, and his brother John.

They bear the following inscriptions:

In Memory of
JOHN BEWICK,

Engraver,
Who died December 5, 1795,

Aged 35 Years.

The
Burial Place

of
THOMAS BEWICK,

Engraver,
Newcastle.

His Ingenuity as an

ARTIST
Was excelled only by
His conduct as a

MAN

Isabella his Wife,
Died 1st February, 1826,

Aged 72 Years.
THOMAS BEWICK,
Died 8th November, 1828,

Aged 75 Years.
ROBERT ELLIOT BEWICK,

Their only Son,
Born August 26, 1788,
Died July 27,

1849.

Some little time ago, the Committee concluded to place a plate at the disposal of the President to illustrate his Address. Mr. Kell having selected the subject, it has been engraved by Birket Foster, from a photograph by Mr. Worden, of Newcastle, and his own sketches.

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