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In , in conjunction with Hudson Gurney [q. Turner selected the autograph portion, and of this he afterwards in sold to the British Museum for 1, l. He was buried in Brompton cemetery, where a monument exists to his memory. Turner was elected a fellow of the Linnean Society in , of the Imperial Academy in , of the Royal Society in , of the Society of Antiquaries in , and subsequently of many other learned societies. He married Mary, second daughter of William Palgrave of Coltishall, Norfolk, by whom he had six surviving children—a son and five daughters.
Of Turner's library of nearly eight thousand volumes, many were enriched by sketches, engravings inserted, autograph letters, and drawings and etchings by his wife and daughters.
Most of his library, including the missals and volumes of manuscripts and letters, was sold by auction in ; and the remainder, comprising forty thousand letters, besides other manuscripts, was similarly dispersed, after his death, in June , realising more than 6, l. A catalogue of the library, in two volumes, was printed at the time of the sale.
He edited: 1. In addition to what he published he records Correspondence of Richard Richardson, preface, p. A private lithograph portrait by one of his daughters, after a painting by Davis, dated , is inserted in some of Turner's books. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Thomas J. Watson Library creatorOf Bellamy, John, d.
Lithographic copy of a letter with an autograph signature : London, to Dawson Turner, [watermark ]. Autograph letter signed : Coxwold, Yorks. Letter, October 10, Liverpool, to Dawson Turner. Autograph letter signed : Wimbledon, to Dawson Turner, May 5. Letter: Feb.
Correspondence of William Upcott, bulk Carl H. Pforzheimer Collection of Shelley and His Circle. Autograph letters signed 2 : Yarmouth, to Mr. Precedents of pleading, ca. Autograph letter signed : [n. Autograph letters signed from Charles Cowden Clarke to various people [manuscript], Miscellanea curiosa : collected by Dawson Turner, James Orchard , ,.bbmpay.veritrans.co.id/quatretonda-citas-gratis.php
Poems : manuscript, [? Autograph letter signed : London, to Dawson Turner, [n. William Creasey , ,. Autograph letter signed from William C. Ewing, Eaton, to Dawson Turner [manuscript], September Views on a heptaglot lexicon [manuscript], ca. Letters regarding art collecting, Letter: Nov. Pamphlets [electronic resource] Autograph letters signed from Mary Cowden Clarke to various recipients [manuscript], Letters, Natural History Museum.
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