[Terence Bellew McManus].
Lithographed by H. O'Niel [sic] from a daguerreotype by Professor Gluckman.
|Main Creator:||O'Neil, Henry 1798-1880|
Terence Bellew McManus, Young Irelander. Lithograph attributed to Henry O'Neil, (1798-1880), after a daguerreotype by Professor Leon Gluckman, (fl. 1843-1867). Head and shoulders, turned and looking to left, side whiskers Inscribed in ink on mount: "To my friend Jas. [James] Stan Dillon as a token of the various deep obligations I have been under to him during my imprisonment here. Terence Bellew McManus. Richmond Prison. Decr. 16/48 [December 16, 1848]". With facsimile of his autograph and words "Clommel Dock" Oct 11/48 printed on mount.
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Dublin : Published by Professor Gluckman, 24 Upper Sackville St., .
For another impression of this image, see NLI EP MCMA-TE (1B) III.
Physical description: 1 print : lithograph ; oval image 26.1 x 21.3 cm., sheet 26.9 x 22.3 cm., on mount 44.7 x 31.3 cm..
Citations/References: Catalogue of Engraved Irish Portraits and Original Drawings / Rosalind M. Elmes ; Dublin,  ; p. 126.
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|EP MCMA-TE (1) III||
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