Shepherd carrying lamb and Luke 15:5 verse: -inked pencil sketch on paper -loose, adjacent to page 1 -7.5 x 12.3 cm -[on sketch] 'καὶ ἐὑρὼν ἐπιτίθησιν ἐπὶ τους / ωμους εἑαυτοῦ χαιρων / L 15 5' (pencil note) [translation: 'and when he has found it, he lays it on his shoulders, rejoicing']
The sacred bull Apis predicts the downfall of emperor Germanicus: -inked pencil sketch on paper -loose, adjacent to page 11 -37.0 x 22.3 cm -[on sketch] 'Germanicus consults the Bull Apis by offering him food' (ink note, crossed out) -[on sketch] 'the Bull Apis returns an unfavourable answer to Germanicus by refusing to eat out of / his hands' (ink note)
Plato at Heliopolis discoursing on the immortality of the soul with Egyptians and Jews, with studies of scene and Jew: -pencil sketches on paper -loose, adjacent to page 11 -37.0 x 22.6 cm -[on sketch] 'Plato at Heliopolis discoursing / on the Immortality of the Soul / with the Egyptians & Jews' (pencil note) -[on sketch] 'Trial Scene' (pencil note) -[on sketch] 'Jews' (pencil note) -[on sketch] 'Greek' (pencil note) -[on sketch] 'Plato' (pencil note) -[on sketch] 'Egyptians' (pencil note) -[on sketch] 'Neath the Great Mother' (pencil note) [continuation of note in Bonomi MSS 41.26 (verso)]
Note on a marble statue in the collection of Dr Lee of Hartwell and on the artistic representation of the effects of alcohol in the human body (continuation), with two sketches of a big-bellied man: -pencil note on paper -loose, adjacent to Bonomi MSS 43.1 -11.1 x 18.1 cm -[text] 'opportunities of delineating its effects / on the contour of the human fabric / [from the constant exposure(crossed out) nature of the (crossed out)] the costume (sic = custom) / X The of those days in the hot climates / of Greece and Egypt being seldom more / than a single piece of cotton or woollen / cloth which was thrown about the body / at the will or caprice of the wearer [always (crossed out)] most / generally leaving a considerable portion of its / surface to the action of light and air and / thus giving an opportunity to sculptor and painter to / make himself familiar with the configuration of the human body / under all circumstances and this is perhaps what made / them such masters [of (crossed out)] in the art of sculpture / and very early ...(?) X and as this beautiful / work ...(?) been it puortrays so faithfully / the effect of his soul(?) indulgence in alcohol / [to (crossed out)] this [truth of which we are (crossed out)] / [all … … …(?) (crossed out)] We scarcely need the aid / of the wine skin on which the figure is reclining in his / drunken offers(?) to inform us of the imbibe of the above in a salty eye the figure [we need not (crossed out)] the fulsome work of / [to …(?) (crossed out)] the abdomen scarcely covered scalp the ample beard / sufficiently'
Personified Wednesday (Hermes/Mercurius) and two other days of the week as classical figures, profile view of heads: -pencil sketches on paper -mounted, together with Bonomi MSS 44.5 and Bonomi 44.6 -17.2 x 11.0 cm -[on sketch] 'Wednesday' (pencil note) -[on sketch] 'Lunedi v / Martedi v / Mercoledi v / Giovedi v / Venerdi / Sabbato' -[on mount] '2' (ink note)