Mulready

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Augustus Edwin Mulready - Life and Work
... Mulready came from a family of artists ... His grandfather, William Mulready (1786–1863), came to London from Ireland and established himself as a very successful and popular genre painter and book illustrator ... His grandmother Elizabeth Mulready, née Varley (1784–1864) was a landscape painter, and the sister of artist John Varley (1778–1842) ...
David Mulready - Ministry
... Mulready's ordained ministry began in the Diocese of Sydney and he then served 15 years in the Diocese of Armidale ... Mulready was the NSW State Secretary of the Bush Church Aid Society from 1989, after which he moved St Stephen's Church, Penrith (1993–2000) ... Mulready was consecrated as bishop in February 2004 ...
Mulready Stationery - Design
... The Mulready illustration was printed such that it appeared on the face of the sheets when folded ... The Mulready lettersheets followed the traditional lettersheet design and could be folded as normal while the envelopes were a diamond-shaped sheet which, when the sides were folded about a ... The Mulready illustration was effectively a very elaborate frank indicating that postage had been pre-paid ...
Mulready Stationery
... Mulready stationery describes the postal stationery lettersheets and pre-gummed envelopes that were introduced as part of the British Post Office postal reforms of 1840 ... The Mulready name arises from the fact that William Mulready, a well-known artist of the time, was commissioned to illustrate the part of the precut sheets and envelopes which corresponded with the face area ...
Letter Sheet - History - The British Postal Reforms of 1840
... For more details on this topic, see Mulready stationery ... and envelopes designed by the artist William Mulready, whose name is always associated with these first lettersheets and envelopes ... wrote in his journal “ I fear we shall have to substitute some other stamp for that design by Mulready.. ...