Cleave, John, active 1830s

English publisher and satirist, who published "Cleave's picture gallery of comicalities" in the 1830s.

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Date: 1836 From: Various artists :[Assorted almanacs and newspaper offprints, mainly British. 1790s-1854]. By: Cleave, John, active 1830s Ref: D-013-043 Description: A humorous publication commenting on advertising, politics, fashions, drama, Tory politicians, John Bull, etc. A black stamp at top right features a figure ...
Date: 1836 From: Various artists :[Assorted almanacs and newspaper offprints, mainly British. 1790s-1854]. By: Cleave, John, active 1830s Ref: D-013-044 Description: A humorous publication commenting on royalty, the Prince of Wales (William IV?), Victoria and Albert, politics, fashions, Robert Peel, John Bull, etc. A blac...
By: J Cleave (Firm); Cleave, John, active 1830s Ref: C-115-005 Description: Shows characters from Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist and Nicholas Nickleby, reprinted from Cleave's Penny gazette Quantity: 1 b&w art print(s) 24 ill. Physi...
Date: 1836 From: Various artists :[Assorted almanacs and newspaper offprints, mainly British. 1790s-1854]. By: Cleave, John, active 1830s; Grant, Charles Jameson, active 1830-1852 Ref: D-013-047 Description: The back and fron pages of the four-page broadside contain about 30 humorous illustrations in total, and show scenes such as: Louis Philippe on his own made ...