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Loch an Eilan, engraving after Horatio McCulloch, Royal Association for the Promotion of the Fine Arts in Scotland, 1839Edit

Italian Goatherds, engraving by William Miller after Robert Scott Lauder, Royal Association for the Promotion of the Fine Arts in Scotland, 1843Edit

Kilchurn Castle, Loch Awe engraving by William Miller after J M W Turner, Rawlinson 664 first published state; engraved exclusively for the Members of the Association for the Promotion of the Fine Arts in Scotland, 1847Edit

Dunluce Castle, County of Antrim,engraving by William Miller after John Thomson of Duddingstone, Royal Association for the Promotion of the Fine Arts in Scotland, 1848Edit

The Cotter's Saturday Night, Royal Association for the Promotion of the Fine Arts in Scotland, 1853Edit

Tam O'Shanter, Illustrated with six large engravings by John Faed RSA. Royal Association for the Promotion of the Fine Arts in Scotland, 1855Edit

Six Engravings for the Members of the Royal Association for Promotion of the Fine Arts in Scotland, Royal Association for the Promotion of the Fine Arts in Scotland, 1863Edit

Eight Engravings in Illustration of Waverley. For the Members of the Royal Association for Promotion of the Fine Arts in Scotland, Royal Association for the Promotion of the Fine Arts in Scotland, 1865Edit

The Art-Union: Monthly Journal of The Fine Arts, and the Arts, Decorative, and Ornamental. Volume 9. Palmer and Clayton, London, 1847Edit

Edward PeaseEdit

Rab and His Friends. Dr John Brown F.R.S.E.. Edmonston and Douglas, Edinburgh. 1862Edit

The Imperial Bible Dictionary - Historical, Biographical, Geographical and Doctrinal - Illustrated by numerous engravings - Including the natural history, antiquities, manners, customs, and religious rites and ceremonies mentioned in the scriptures, and an account of the several books of the old and new Testaments. Patrick Fairbairn. London: Blackie and Son, Paternoster Row 1866Edit

Unpublished engravings by William Miller after Birket FosterEdit

Yorkshire Past and Present: a history and a description of the three ridings of the great county of York, from the earliest ages to the year 1870; with an account of its manufactures, commerce, and civil and mechanical engineering. Including an account of the woollen trade of Yorkshire by Edward Baines. Baines, Thomas. London: William Mackenzie, 22 Paternoster Row. 1871Edit

Hood's Poems, illustrated by Birket Foster, E. Moxon, Son & Co., London 1872Edit

Hood's Poems, again illustrated by Birket Foster, E. Moxon, Son & Co., London 1872Edit

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