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COLLECTION Identifier: HEW 4.12.6

Caricatures and other separate prints by George Cruikshank, engraved between the years 1803-1871: the unique collection formed by Captain Douglas

A collection of engravings by George Cruikshank, formed by Richard J. H. Douglas.

Dates

  • 1803-1871

Language of Materials

Collection materials are in English.

Conditions Governing Access

There are no restrictions on physical access to this material. Collection is open for research.

These volumes are shelved in Widener Library in the Harry Elkins Widener Memorial Room. Retrieval requires advance notice. Readers should check with Houghton Public Services staff to determine retrieval policies and times.
Conditions Governing Access There are no restrictions on physical access to this material.

Extent

.8 linear feet (8 volumes) ; 56 x 44 centimeters (each)

Many prints have manuscript annotations by Cruikshank, identifying them as his work. Index provides volume, given in Roman numerals, and page for each engraving; the index also lists the corresponding Reid number, established by George William Reid in his 3-volume catalogue of the works of George Cruikshank.

Physical Location

Widener Memorial Room

Custodial History

Formerly belonged to Richard J. H. Douglas.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

From the Harry Elkins Widener Collection.

Rosenbach, A. S. W. Cat. Cruikshank Widener, p. 169-188.

A

  1. A going! A Going! last time a going. ..Down. Humphrey. Vol. II, p. 85. R 979
  2. Abagail Shepard. Lottery Puff. Vol. VIII.
  3. Aberdeen, Hon. Member for, Humphreys, April 25, 1822. Vol. VIII, p. 77. R 4549.
  4. Accidents in high life, or Royal Hobby's broke down. E. King. 1819. Vol. II, p. 62. R 887.
  5. Acting Magistrates Committing Themselves. Vol. III, p. 84. R 88
  6. Admiral in St. Petersburgh, or poor Will foil'd again. Vol. II, p. 29. R 226.
  7. Advantages of Travel, No. I. June 14, 1824, Vol. V, p. 45. R 1252.
  8. Advantages of Travel. No. II. June 16, 1824. Vol. V, p. 46. R 1253.
  9. Advertisements. Warren's blacking. Vol. V, p. 46.
  10. Advertisements. Hats, Pitt and Co. Vol. V, p. 46.
  11. Advertisements. Mr. and Mrs. Sandboys. Vol. V, p. 46.
  12. Advertisements. Naggart Lotery puff. Vol. VIII, p. 28
  13. Adventures of Mr. and Mrs. Sandboys Bougue,Vol. VIII, p. 58. R 4265.
  14. Advocates for Reform shewing the white feather. Sidebotham, Feb. 1817. Vol. III, p. 37.
  15. Affecting and sublime scene. S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 75. R 288.
  16. Affecting farewell of Othello. J. Johnston. Vol. III, p. 97.
  17. Affecting scene in the downs. Song heading. Jognston, 1809. Vol. VI, p. 63. R 81.
  18. Affects of the approaching storm. [Vesuvius]Vol. I, p. 120.
  19. Age of Reason, or the world turned topsy-turvy. Tegg, 1819. Vol. III, p. 61. R 918.
  20. Agitation. Lucinda Lovesick. Lottery puff. Carroll. Vol. VIII,
  21. Ah, ah, Madam Q - Mons' W...Royal Extinguisher. Humphreys. Vol. II, p. 84. R 978.
  22. Ah sure a pair was never seen so justly formed...The Pig Faced Lady... The Spanish Uncle of Madrid. Humphrey. March 1815, Vol. VI, p. 32, 35. R 721.
  23. Ah! Sure such a pair was never seen so justly formed ... Humphrey, Vol. II, p. 74. R 954.
  24. All among the hottentots capering ashore. Tegg, 1819. Vol. V, p. 14. R 911
  25. All lotteries will end forever. Lottery puff. Fairburn. 1826. Vol. VIII, p. 40.
  26. All the World's in Paris. J. Whittle and R. H. Laurie 1815. Vol. III, p. 116, 117. R 457
  27. Allied Bakers. Humphrey. 1814. Vol. V, p. 76. R 299
  28. Am I thinner, think ye? Lottery puff. Vol. VIII, p. 39.
  29. American Justice. Sidebotham. 1819. Vol. VI, p. 25. R 882.
  30. [Ancient maiden scared by a mouse]. Vol. VII, p. 27. R 415.
  31. Ancient Military Dandies. Modern Military Dandies. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. VI, p. 96. R869.
  32. And when Ahithophel saw that his co ncel was not followed. Humphrey, 1821. Vol. III, p. 69.
  33. Anger...Lady Pennypoint. Lottery puff. Vol. VIII,
  34. Angling. W. Belch. Vol. I, p. 29.
  35. Anglo-Gallic Salutation in London. Humphrey, 1823. Vol. V, p. 32. R 1077.
  36. Anglo-Parisian Salutation. Humphrey. 1822. Vol. V, p. 33. R 1080.
  37. Anticipation for Bony. S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 57. R 221.
  38. Arch design intended for Bony's Triumphal entry into Paris. Johnston. Vol. I p. 45. R 208
  39. Arms of the Greeks. Stockdale, 1817. Vol. VII, p. 75. R 550
  40. Arrival at the North Pole. Humphrey. Vol. V, p. 118. R 894.
  41. Arse Bishop joshling a soldier. Fores, 1822. Vol. VI, p. 59.
  42. Art of walking the streets of London. Tegg. 1818. Vol. IV, p. 123. R 764, 765.
  43. Ash and Sheppard, publishers. Vol. I, p. 20, - 31.
  44. As time is so rapidly hasting away...Lottery puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII,
  45. At home in the nursery. S. Knight. 1826. Vol. VI, 2, 3.
  46. "At Lover's Altar thus I kneel." Valentine. Vol. VII, p. 21. R 190.
  47. At peace with all the world. Bare Fare. Johnston. Vol. IV, p. 116. R 458.
  48. Avery, Samuel. Fine Art Room. Vol. VII, p. 61.
B
  1. Bag Noodle's feast. Hone, 1817. Vol. VI, p. 96. R 618
  2. Bandy Bob. Vol. I, p. 6.
  3. Bang up - Random or tamdon. Laurie & Whittle, 1810. Vol. VIII, p. 93. R 4496.
  4. Barbarity...Vilany....Tyranny...Hypocracy. G. Smeeton. Vol. I, p. 85. R 817.
  5. Rise and progress of Buonaparte. Haading and text. Smeeton. Vol. I, p. 86. R 817
  6. Lottery puff. Swift & Co. Vol. VIII, Barber.
  7. Barber's wedding. Song heading. Fores. Vol. VIII, p. 110.
  8. Baron Donner-donk-dick--dorf and Miss Quoltz. Song heading. Vol. VIII, p. 96?
  9. Bath Ball or virtue in danger. Fores, 1820. Vol. VI, p. 102. R 934.
  10. Bearing and forebearing. Humphrey. 1824 Vol. VI, p. 157.
  11. Bee-hives. W. Belch. Vol. I, p. 29.
  12. Bee-hives. W. Belch, Publishers. (See Langley and Belch.) Vol. D. p. 11, 13, 20, 21, 26, 28, 29, 30.
  13. Before the war. Rare Fare. Johnston. Vol. IV, p. 114. R 455
  14. Behold at Brooks's Step-nay. Humphrey. 1815. Vol. VI, p. 125. R 489.
  15. Belaro. Vol. VII, p. 128. R 2783
  16. The Belief. Heading and six plates. R. Harrild. Vol. VII, p. 19.
  17. La Belle Assemblie. Fores, 1817. Vol. V, p. 92. R 682
  18. The Bell Ringer. Lott ery puff. Vol. VIII, p. 31.
  19. Bell's strategem. Lottery puff. Vol. VIII.
  20. Bellingham, John. shooting Spencer Percecal. Vol. VIII, p. 100. R 166
  21. Bell Weather and the Bell Hanger. Fores, 1808. Vol. VI, p. 15.
  22. Belles of 1818. Fores. 1818. Vol. VII, p. 85. R 2741.
  23. Belzoni exhibiting his great bodily strength. Vol. VI, p. 128. R 613
  24. Ben Backstay. Song heading. Vol. VIII, p. 98.
  25. Beautiful Maid. Song heading. R. Harrild. Vol. VI, p. 68. R 138
  26. Beautiful. [Liston]. Song heading. Laurie & Whittle. 1811, Vol. VI, p. 67. R 128
  27. Beaux of 1818. Fores, 1818. Vol. VII, p. 84. R 2740
  28. Beauty and the Beast. Vol. VII, p. 124. R 2777
  29. Billy bewitched or the Calicot champion. Humphrey. 1820. Vol. VI, p. 133. R 923.
  30. [See Billy Biscuit] Vol. VI.
  31. Bish, Lottery puffs. Vol. VIII, p. 25, 26, 28, 29, 35.
  32. Bish's budget of luck. Vol. VIII, p. 24.
  33. Birds of a feather. Littery puff, Swift & Co. Vol. VIII, p. 25.
  34. Black job. The Tables turned. Humphrey. 1823. Vol. V, p. 39. R 1196.
  35. Black Monday. S. Knight. Vol. VI, p. 8, 9, R 1359
  36. Blackberry Hall. C. Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 15.
  37. Bleeding and warm water. Tegg. Vol. I, p. 74. R 276.
  38. Blue devils. Humphrey. 1823. Vol. V, p. 107. R 1162.
  39. Blue Light. Vol. VII, p. 48. R 2651
  40. Boarding a French brig. Sailor's Progress. Vol. IV, p. 142. R 766
  41. [Boat full of poeple in a cave] Vol. VII, p. 39.
  42. Bold dragoon and the beautiful Mrs. Flinn. Laurie & Whittle. Vol. VIII, p. 86. R 1808
  43. Bombardment and taking of Flushing. Langley & Belch. (8 plates) Vol. VII, p. 17.
  44. Bombardment of Algiers. (7 plates) Vol. VII, p. 3.
  45. Bonaparte. Laurie & Whittle. 1811. Vol. VI, p. 66. R 117
  46. Boney stark mad, shipe colonies and commerce. Fores, 1808. Vol. I, p. 36. R 36.
  47. Boney beating Mack and Nelson giving him a whack. Fores, 1805. Vol. I, p. 35. R 16
  48. Boney hatching a bulletin or snug winter quarters. Walker & Knight. Vol. I, p. 42. R 80
  49. Boney receiving an account of the battle of Vittoria. S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 43.
  50. Boney tir'd of war's alarm. Walker & Knight. Vol. I, p. 46. R 207
  51. Boney's return from Elba or devil among the tailors. Humphrey. 1815. Vol. I, p. 102. R465
  52. Boney's invasion brought to hear. Fores, Vol. I, p. 127. R 505
  53. Boney's meditation on the Island of Helena. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 124. R 500
  54. Boney's Elbow[a] chair. S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 90. R 324
  55. Buonaparte viewing the battle and defeat of the flotilla. Langley & Belch. Vol. Vii, p. 9.
  56. Buonapart on the 17th of June. ... 17th of July. S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 123.
  57. Bon Ton - Pon honour, Lady Caroline. Vol. VII, p. 96. R 2748.
  58. Bonnie Willie. S. Knight. 1822. Vol. VI, p. 140. R 1089
  59. Booksellers' junto interrupted. Tegg, 1812. Vol. VI, p. 21. R 158
  60. Bouton, T.W. Book plate and business card. Vol. VII, p. 60.
  61. Boys flying kite. ....Boys and Kite. Langham. Vol. I, p. 33.
  62. Brandreth, Jeremiah. Derby, 1827. Vol. VI, R 699
  63. Brazen image. Fores, 1812. Vol. VIII, p. 107.
  64. Brazen Image was erected by the ladies... Fairburn, 1822. Vol. V, p. 35. R 1084
  65. Beazen nose, Oxford. Fores, 1818. Vol. VII, p. 86. R 2742
  66. Breaking up. S. Night. 1826. Vol. VI, p. 4, 5. R 1357
  67. Bright Reform Bomb-thrown out! Vol. III, p. 82. R 2637
  68. British Beehive. Vol. VII, p. 46. R 2653
  69. British Liberty at blackheath. Vol. VI, p. 37. R 506
  70. British Spread Eagle. Fores. 1814. Vol. II, p. 31. R 337
  71. Britannia and the seven champions. Vol. I, p. 95. R 708
  72. Broken Gingerbread. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 83.
  73. The Brown Jog. Song heading. Harrild. Vol. VI, p. 89.
  74. Mr. Buckram. Lady Rachel Mildew. Lottery puff. Vol. VIII, p. 37.
  75. Bungling tinkers. Fairburn. Vol. I, p. 105. R 718
  76. Bumpology. Humphrey, 1826. Vol. V, p. 59. R 1158
  77. Burning the Memoirs. Fores, 1809. Vol. II, p. 11. R 75
  78. Buy a broom. Humphrey, 1825. Vol. III, p. 77. R 1590
  79. Buy a broom. Lottery puff. Bish. Vol. III, p. 77. R 1530
  80. Buy a broom. Lottery puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII,
C
  1. Caleidascope Mania. Fores, 1818. Vol. VII, p. 87. R 2746
  2. Call again tomorrow. Song heading. R. Harrild. Vol. VI, p. 95. R 615.
  3. Cambridge butter or three bottle divine. Vol. VII, p. 119. R 2774
  4. Caper. Lottery puff. Swift and Co. Vol. VIII,
  5. Caper. Lottery puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII,
  6. Captain Flam and the widow Wick. Song heading. Harrild. Vol. VI, p. 82, 83. R 413.
  7. Cardiganshire. E Langley. Vol. I, p. 17.
  8. Carousing on board. (Sailor's Progress. Mr. B.)Vol. IV, p. 142.
  9. Carroll Co. Lottery Puffs. Vol. I, p. 19, 21, 22, 23, 24.
  10. The Catch purse Expedition. Tegg, 1819. Vol. II, p. 6.
  11. Catching butterflies. W. Belck. Vol. I, p. 29.
  12. Cato Street Conspiracy. Humphrey, 1820. Vol. III, p. 67. R 941
  13. The Celebrated Bachanalian Song from Der Freischütz. Vol. VIII, p. 79. R 4570
  14. The Celebrated Hyprocrites. Fairburn. Song heading Vol. VIII, p. 99.
  15. Celecrated Mock Italian Song. Laurie & Whittle, 1808. Vol. VIII, p. 88.
  16. Celebrated performer. Vol. VII, p. 116. R 2771.
  17. Charbert, Ivan Wanitz. Fores, 1818. Vol. VII, p. 81, 82. R c2739.
  18. Chase of Fortune. Lottery Puff. T. Bish. Vol. VIII, p. 29. R 2894
  19. Chancery Shaver from Lincoln. Vol. VI, p. 143. R 5128
  20. Charioteer Sip on rising ground. Whittle and Laurie, 1813. Vol. I, p. 78. R 261.
  21. Checkmate. Humphrey, 1821. Vol. V, p. 114. R 974.
  22. Chertsey Abbey. Vol. VII, p. 28. R 28.
  23. The Cholic. Humphrey, 1819. Vol. V, p. 105. R 871
  24. Christmas Box. S. Knight, 1826. Vol. VI, p. 10. R 1360.
  25. Church Promotion or how to scale the pulpit. Fores, 1809. Vol. II, p. 5. R 63.
  26. Cinderella. Lottery puff. Vol. VIII, p. 38.
  27. Mrs. Clarke's Petticoat. Fores, 1809. Vol. II, p. 3. R 61.
  28. Cleopatra's splendid galley sailing down the Cydnus. Hodgson. Grand Pageant of Elements, Water. Introduced in the Two Gentlemen of Verona. Vol. IV, p. 78.
  29. Climps Cottage. Vol. I, p. 15.
  30. Cicely. Lottery Puff, Richard Goodluck Co. Vol. VIII.
  31. The Cobler and the Poet. Song heading. Laurie & Whittle. 1808. Vol. VIII, p. 87. R 1812.
  32. Cog. Not ashamed of heing in London in November. Fairburn, 1826. Incog. Supposed to be in the country in August. Vol. V, p. 60. R1324
  33. Mrs. Cole. Lottery puff. Richard Goodlook Co. Vol. VIII.
  34. Colera Consultation. Vol. VII, p. 131, 132. R 2786.
  35. Colonel Patty and Sir John Sugerstick. Fairburn. Vol. VI, p. 119. R 85n Heading.
  36. Comforts of a cabriolet. Humphrey. 1821. Vol. V, p. 23. R 977.
  37. Comic composition for the scrap books. H. Cooke. 1822. Vol. V, p. 28, 29. R 1064.
  38. Coming it. Humphrey. 1824. Vol. V, p. 49. R 1261
  39. Coming to the point. Johnston, 1809. Vol. I, p. 39.
  40. The Commercial dandy and his sleeping partner. Humphrey, 1821. Vol. I. p. (6?), 48. R 1087
  41. The Commons versus the Crown of martyrdom. Humphrey, 1823. Vol. III, p. 76. R 1212
  42. Comparing notes. Humphrey, 1821. Vol. V, p. 146, 147. R 992
  43. Compliments and congées of Little Boney. J. Johnston, Vol. I, p. 122.
  44. Congress disolves before the cake was cut up. Fores. Vol. I, p. 109.
  45. Conspirators or Delegates in Council. Fores, 1817. Vol. III, p. 45. R 679
  46. Constantine. Humphrey, 1826. Vol. VI, p. 142. R 1334.
  47. Cooke, T. P. as Onson. Vol. III, p. 119. R 650
  48. Cook maid. Lottery puff, Bish. Vol. VIII.
  49. Cool summer Quarters. S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 69.
  50. Copenhagen. (6 plates) Lanley & Belch. Vol. VII, p. 16.
  51. Corilanus addressing the plebeians. Humphrey, Vol. II, p. 68, 69. R 939.
  52. Coronation of the Empress of Nairs. M. Jones 1817. Vol. VIII, p. 103.
  53. Corsican's last trip under the guidance of his good angel. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 110.
  54. Corsican shuttlecock. S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 79.
  55. Corsican whipping top in full spin. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 80.
  56. Country Ale House. Ash & Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 24.
  57. Country. Life contrasted with pleasures of Town. Heading. Laurie & Whittle Vol. VIII, p. 8.
  58. County man in London. London man in the Country. Vol. IV, p. 111. R 432
  59. Country school house with play ground. Vol. I, p. 8.
  60. Courage- Sir William Wheedle. Lottery Puff. Carroll Co. Vol. I.
  61. The courier so rough so hairy. Song heading. Fores. Vol. II, p. 75. R 955.
  62. Court at Brighton Sidebotham. Vol. II, p. 50. R 583
  63. Court of Love. M. Jones, 1812. Vol. VIII, p. 104.
  64. Covey of Four. Lottery Puff. Hazzard & Co. Vol. VIII,
  65. Cowslip farm. C. Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 6.
  66. Cowslip uncollored. Vol. I, p. 20.
  67. Cowslip place. Vol. I, p. 15.
  68. Cribbage a la Dandy. Vol. VII, p. 94. R 2750.
  69. Cribbage, shuffling, whist. a round game. Humphrey. 1822. Vol. V, p. 38. R 1096
  70. Cries of London. Hodgson. Vol. I, p. 33.
  71. Cucckoo Farm. C. Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 14.
  72. Cupid playing at trap ball. Fairburn, 1823. Vol. IV, p. 81.
  73. Curious junto of slandering elves. Humphrey. 1817. Vol. IV, p. 119. R 626
  74. The Curse of Spain. Washington, Nov. 2, 1818. Vol. VI, p. 41(2), 42, 43. R 784.
  75. The Curse of Spain. Madrid, May 2. (2) Vol. VI, p. 41(2), 42, 43.
D
  1. Dabbler in stock. March 4, 1867. Vol. VI, p. 27.
  2. Daddy Carey's Fortune. Song Heading. Laurie & Whittle. Vol. VI, p. 97., R 624
  3. Dairy Maid. Lottery Puff, June 15. Vol. VIII
  4. D--n angelic, pon honor - Fascinating Creature. Fores, 1817. Vol. IV, p. 12. R 683
  5. Dancing Bear. Ash & Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 25.
  6. Dancing Dolls or her marionettes a Lomdres. Humphrey, 1823. Vol. V, p. 117. R 1164.
  7. Dancing girl. Lottery puff. Naggart. Vol. VIII, p. 324, 28.
  8. Dancing lesson. Plate I. First position. H Humphrey. 1822. Vol. V, p. 93. R 1082
  9. Dancing lesson. Plate II. Vol. V, p. 93.
  10. Dancing lesson. Plate III. L'Ete. Humphrey. 1825. Vol. V, p. 94. R 1294.
  11. Dancing lesson. Plate IV. Vol. V, p. 94.
  12. Dancing lesson. Plate V. Vol. V, p. 94.
  13. Dandiana. Lottery Puff. Sizewright. Vol. VIII,
  14. Dandies and Dandizettes. Tegg, 1818. Vol. V, p. 98. R 5095
  15. Dandy and a Dandysette. Fores, 1818. Vol. V, p. 97. R 5094.
  16. Dandy pickpockets diving. Tegg. 1818. R 787
  17. Daudle. Pottery Puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII,
  18. Day of Fashion. (3 stanzas text.) Whittel & Laurie. 1813. Vol. VI, p. 78, 79. R 255.
  19. Deadly Lively. Vol. VII, p. 97. R 2753
  20. Death of Liberty. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. III, p. 65. R 924
  21. Death of the Property Tax. Sidebotham. Vol. III, p. 31. R 869.
  22. Delusion, a new farce. S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 72.
  23. Depart pour l'armie. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 142.
  24. Departure of Apollo and the Muses. Sidebotham. Vol. I, p. 99.
  25. Descending the Scar. Vol. VII, p. 38. R 3301. [D1431]
  26. Design called crafty doings. Humphrey. 1822. Vol. VI, p. 49. R 1069
  27. Design for a monument. Fores. 1809. Vol. VI, p. 17. R 80
  28. Design for a threadneedle case. Johnston, 1811. Vol. VI, p. 20. R 116
  29. Desire...Parson Mulberry. Lottery Puff. Carroll. Vol. VIII.
  30. Destruction of the furious elephant. Harrison, 1826. Vol. VI, p. 109. R 1343
  31. Devil among the Bankers. Fairburn, 1826. Vol. III, p. 79. R 1344.
  32. Devil to pay or Pan be civil. 1812. Vol. VI, p. 22, R 171
  33. Dialogue between an Englishman an Buonaparte. Harrild. Vol. I, p. 87.
  34. Dialogue between John Bull and an Ass. Humphrey, 1822. Vol. III, p. 75. R 1078
  35. Diligence, La. You are not allowed to smoke. Humphrey, 1821. June 20. Vol. V, p. 138, 139.
  36. Diligence, La. You are not allowed to smoke. Humphrey, 1821, June 30. R 988
  37. Disciples catching the mantle. (Gillray)Vol. III, p. 47. R 710
  38. "Donkey Raceing", D.M. Langham. Vol. I, p. 7.
  39. Das-a-dos Accidents in quadrille dancing. Humphrey. 1817. Vol. V, p. 82, 83. R 622
  40. Double Bass. J.Johnson. 1811. Vol. IV, p. 99-102. R 121
  41. Double-distilled dandy. Fores, 1818. Vol. VII, p. 88. R 2746.
  42. Douane, La. The Searcherw office. Humphrey. June 20. 1821. Vol. III, p. 132, 133. R 985.
  43. Douane, La. Drawn by W.P. Etched by G.C. June 30, 1821 Vol. III, p. 132, 133.
  44. Doublures of Characters. (Gillray)Vol. III, p. 46. R 712.
  45. Dover Coach 5 o'clock Morning. S. Knight. 1826. Vol. V, p. 61.*. R 1355.
  46. Dr. Diddlemus or the quack imposter. R. Harrild. Vol. VI, p. 7., 72. R 198.
  47. Dr. Zenitive. ...Thrifty. Pottery Puff. Swift & Co. Vol., VIII.
  48. Drawn by J. Farrer from the original picture by Hogarth. Vol. VII, p. 35. R 844.
  49. Dreams of terror or the Vision of Louis XVIII. Sidebotham. Vol. I, p. i34.
  50. Drilling. Fairburn. 1824. Vol. V, p. 42. R 1244
  51. Drummer (2) Lottery Puff, June 14. Vol. VIII.
  52. Drunkard's Home. Vol. VII, p. 63.
  53. Duberly. Lady, Lord. Lottery Puff, Richard Goodluck Co. Vol. VIII.
  54. Duenna and young girl. Vol. VII, p. 70. R 2732
  55. Dulce Donum. Song Heading. Tegg, Vol. VIII, p. 78. R 4569.
  56. During the War. Spare Fare. Johnston. Vol. IV, p. 115. R 458.
  57. Dutch toy. Tegg, 1812. Vol. II, p. 32. R 340.
E
  1. Economical humbug. Fores, 1816. Vol. II, p. 47. R 576
  2. Eddystone Light House. Ash & Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 28.
  3. Effect of over acting. Vol. III 98
  4. Elbe. Flaf. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. iii.
  5. Elbaronian Emperor. Going to take posssssion of his new territory. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 84.
  6. Electiin Ball. Humphrey 1813. Vol. IV, p. 107. R 230
  7. Electiin Ball. Humphrey 1819. Vol. V p. 120. R 900
  8. Elgin Marbles. Sidebotham. Vol. VI, p. 39. R 565.
  9. Emperor Boney escaping from Lwipsic undee cover. S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 70.
  10. Englishman says that "Now a broom will sweep clean." Lottery Puff. Sivewrigh Vol. VIII.
  11. England's only hope departing. Fores, 1817. Vol. II, p. 58. R 706
  12. English fleet in 1342 at anchor off the French Coast. 1904. Vol. I, p. 10.
  13. English generals on the Peace Establishment. Vol. VI, p. 38. R 561
  14. Entering as Landsman. Mr. B. (Sailor's Progress.) Vol. IV, p. 142. R 766.
  15. Epaulette...Turkish Lady. Lottery Puff. Swift & Co. Vol. VIII.
  16. Escape of Buonaparte from Elba. [16 lines text]. G. Smeeton. Vol. I, p. 103.
  17. Evening party. Humphrey. 1826. Vol. V, p. 56. R 1338
  18. Examination at Bow Street The Bishop and the Sailor. Fairburn, 1822. Vol. VI, p. 52. R1086
  19. Examination of Golgotha. Jones, 1811. Vol. IV, p. 103. R 126
  20. Exhibition Extraordinary in the Horticultural Room. Fores, 1829. Vol. V, p. 55, 56. R 1331
  21. Fores. Vol. IV, p. 128. R 777
  22. Extermination or buying up and burning Shame. Johnston, 1809. Vol. II, p. 10. R 72.
  23. Extinguished in her bloom and native fire. Vol. VII, p. 26. R 134.
F
  1. Fare thee well. Heading.Johnston. Vol. VI, p. 93. R 574
  2. Facing the enemy. Woodword, del. Crmickshank. Ackerman. Vol. I, p. 34.
  3. Fashionable Luxury. Humphrey. 1824. Vol. VI, p. 58. R 1264.
  4. Fashionable movements. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. i46.
  5. Fashionable portraits. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. V, p. 5. R 891.
  6. Fashionable reading. Fores, 1818. Vol. IV, p. 125.
  7. Fashions of 1817. Fores, 1817. June. Vol. VII, p. 72, 73.
  8. Fashions of 1817. Fores, 1817, Aug. 4. Vol. VII, p. 72, 73. R 2735
  9. Fast colors. Patience on a monument smiling at grief. Fores, 1815. Vol. I, p. 129.
  10. Ferdinand VII, and Duke D'Angouùlime. Fairburn. Vol. I, p. i4i.
  11. Ferret. Lottery puff. Swift & Co. Vol. VIII.
  12. Fidget, Sir Frederick. Lottery puff. Carroll. Vol. VIII.
  13. First exploit or Boney II. Johnston, 1811. Vol. i, p. 40.
  14. Fishes. W. Belch. Vol. I, p. 29.
  15. Fitting out. Mr. B. (Progress of a Midshipman.) Vol. V, p. 125. R 994 Plate I
  16. Floored (Tom and Jerry). Vol. VI, p. 108. R 1167
  17. Foggy Weather. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. V, p. 18. R 929.
  18. Fokkstone strawberries. Fores, 1810. Vol. II, p. 13. R 109
  19. [Fool holding advertisement of Hazard & Co.] Lotter PuffVol. VIII, p. 34.
  20. Ford. Pugilist. Vol. VI, p. 144.
  21. Fortune favours the brave. Moll Flaggon. Lottery puff. Bish. Vol. VIII.
  22. Fortune's Ladder. Bish. Aug. 30. Vol. VIII.
  23. Fortune Ladder. Oct. 5, Oct. 8. Vol. VIII, p. 27.
  24. Fortune's train or road to riches. Lottery puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII, p. 30. R 3426
  25. Forum Boarium or Mr. Bull in the beast market. Humphrey. Vol. V, p. 144, 145. R 991
  26. Fouler deed was never done. Fores, 1812. Vol. IV, p. 104. R 144
  27. Four prices. High, Low, Full, Half. Fores, 1825. Vol. V, p. 52. R 1385n
  28. Four Mr. Prices. High, Low, Full, Half. Humphrey, 1825. Vol. V, p. 51. R 1286
  29. Four in hand. Lottery puff. Carroll. Vol. VIII.
  30. Fox and the goose or Boney broke loose. Whittle & Laurie. 1815 Vol. I, p. 113.
  31. Fox chase. E. Landley. Vol. I, p. 32.
  32. France driven by North into the South. Fairburn. Vol. I, p. 140.
  33. Frank Hayman. Laurie & Whittle. 1798. Vol. VIII, p. 110.
  34. Freedom and purity of election. Humphrey, 1820. Vol. III, p. 73. R 948
  35. French artists (3) Humphrey. 1819. Vol IV, p. 139, 140. R 866
  36. French conscripts for 1820, - 1825. S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 56.
  37. French elopement. Vol. I, p. 138.
  38. French general receiving English charge. Vol. II, p. 12. R 76
  39. French generals retreating. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 63.
  40. French hilt on a Spanish rapier. Fairburn, Vol. I, p. 143.
  41. French intrepidety or how to board a King's ship. Sidebotham. Vol. II, p. 46. R 572
  42. French musicians or Les Savoyards. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. V, p. 111. R 5123
  43. French post extraordinary from Moscow to Paris (Russian print). Vol. I, p. 58.
  44. Friar Lawrence knew well. Lottery. puff. Carroll. Vol. VIII.
  45. Frog Hall. Ash and Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 24.
  46. From the nest Indies. Humphrey. 1824. Vol. V, p. 121. R 1248
  47. Fruits of Good Living. Lottery puff. Carroll. Vol. VIII.
  48. Fruits of Intemperance. Vol. VIII, p. 57. R 4384.
  49. Funeral Procession of the Rump Humphrey. 1819. Vol. III, p. 54. R 874.
  50. Funeral Procession. Tears for the death of Life in London. Vol. VI, p. 108. R 1167.
G
  1. Gafferington Mill. Ash & Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 25.
  2. Gambols on the river Thames. Feb. 1814. Tegg. Vol. VI, p. 26. R 287.
  3. Game of Chess. Humphrey. 1814. Vol. IV, 109. R 297
  4. Game of Chess. Humphrey. 1819. Aug. 18. Vol. V, p. 112.*. R 902
  5. Game of Cribbag or Boney's last shuffle. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 98.
  6. Gammon and Dandy the Black. Vol. VI, p. 107. R 1085
  7. Garrick, David. Seat of the late. . E. Langley. Vol. I, p. 18
  8. Gathering apples. Gathering Blackberries. Ash & Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 29.
  9. George IV. Vol. VIII, p. 76. R 4545
  10. George IV. G. Humphrey. Vol. II, p. 86. R 107
  11. George's Daughter Polly longing for a slice of single Gloucester. Tegg. Vol. II, p. 52. R586
  12. Georgey a la dandy. Humphrey, 1820. Vol. VI, p. 138. R 961.
  13. Georgey a la dandy. Billy Bewitched. Vol. I, p. 29. R 932.
  14. General Dealer. R. Harrild. Song heading. Vol. VI, p. 115.
  15. General Nap turned methodist preacher. Vol. I, 41.
  16. Genius of France expounding her laws to the sublime people. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 108.
  17. Gent - No Gent - Regent. Tegg, 1816. Vol. II, p. 53. R 589.
  18. Gentle hint. Fores, 1818. Vol. VII, p. 120. R 2775
  19. Gennine humbug T Conpany. S. Knight, 1818. Vol. IV, p. 136. R 787
  20. Geradelli, Madame. Fores. Vol. VII, p. 80.
  21. Ghost of Byng. Fores, 1808. Vol. VI, p. 12. R 42
  22. Giant Gumbo or the Black Dwarf. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. VI, p. 49. R 899
  23. Gipseying party alarm'd. Fairburn, 1827. Vol. V, p. 65(63) R 1417
  24. "Give the lads of the whip all the go by." Lottery puff. Carroll.
  25. Gloire des honnettes Gens. Humphrey. Vol. II, p. 72. R 953.
  26. (Reingraved) [Modesty,Dignity,Chastity,Natural Love, (4 plates.)Vol. II, p. 73.
  27. Go along do! You coaxing Rogue. Vol. VII, p. 91-93. R 2749.
  28. God save the King. Heading, end, 6 playes. Langley & Belch. Vol. VII, Frontispiece.
  29. God save y e King. S. Knight. Vol. VI, p. 94.
  30. Going it. Humphrey, 1824. Vol. V, p. 30. R 1262.
  31. Golden dream of fortune. Lottery puff. Carroll. Vol. VIII.
  32. Golden remedy or electrical panacea. Vol. VII, p. 67. R 619
  33. Golgotha, the place of sculls. Gillray. Vol. III, p. 46. R 711
  34. Good effect of carbonic gas. Fores, 1807. Vol. IV, p. 83. R 31
  35. Gourmand. Fores, 1818. Vol. VII, p. 133.
  36. Gout, King, Doctor. Harrild. Vol. I, p. 112.
  37. Graces, les. Inconveniences in quadrill dancing. Humphrey, 1817. Vol. V, p. 86. 87. R 669
  38. Graces were culling posies. Vol. VII, p. 114. R 2768
  39. Grand entertainment. Vol. II, p. 39. R 353.
  40. Grand entertainment. R. Harrild. Vol. II, p. 38. R 354.
  41. Grand dignitaries arriving at Warsaw covered with snow. Vol. I, p. 52.
  42. Grand Manoeuvre or the Rogues march to the Island Elba. Tegg. Vol. I, p. 81.
  43. Grand naval review off Portamouth. Langley & Belch. Vol. VII, p. 8.
  44. Grand new scheme"I've got a 16th of £30,000. Lottery puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII.
  45. Grave and Gay, the young and old. Lottery puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII.
  46. Gulliver. Arrival at the north pole. Vol. V, p. 118. R 894.
  47. Grilling the Old Sinner on his own Gridiron. Vol. III, p. 78.
  48. Grimaldi, "All the world's in Paris." Vol. III, p. 116. R 457.
H
  1. Had I a heart for falsehood framed" Humphrey, 1823. Vol. V, p. 115. R 1163
  2. Hairbrain. Lottery puff, Sivewright. Vol. VIII.
  3. Hamlet. Heading. Vol. VIII, p. 97.
  4. Handwriting on the wall. Gillray. Vol. III, p. 47. R 714
  5. Landing the treasure. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. IV, p. 141. R 868
  6. Hard Times. Tegg, 1814. Vol. IV, p. 108. R 289.
  7. Hardcastle. Mr. & Mrs. Lottery Puff. Richardson Goodluck and Co. Vol. VIII., p. 3
  8. Harlequin Whittington. Plate 2. West Theatrical print. 1825. Vol. III, p. 121. R 5125
  9. Harlequin Whittington. Plate 3. Vol. III, p. 166. R 5126
  10. Harvey, F. Book and Print ... Book plate Vol. VII, p. 62.
  11. Hazzard & Co. Lottery puffs. Vol. VIII.
  12. He had it from his father..Lord Longbow. Gillray. Vol. III, p. 46. R 711
  13. He who lives a good life must be sure to live well. Lottery puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII.
  14. Head of the great nation. . S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 71
  15. The Headache Humphrey, 1819. Vol. V, p. 104. R 870
  16. Heighho! says thimble. Heading. Laurie & Whittle. 1807. Vol. VIII, p. 91. R 4495
  17. Hell broke looss or the John Bulls made Jackasses. Fores. Vol. I, p. 106.
  18. HElba flag. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 111.
  19. [Hell]Elbaronian Emperor going to take posssssion .... Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 84.
  20. Her Majesty s Theatre. Vol. VII, p. 48. R 2388
  21. Here's a health to all good lasses. Fores. Vol. VII, p. 102. R 2757
  22. Hero's return Humphrey. 1813 Vol. I, p. 53.
  23. Hertford Doctoress or a consultation upon the gout in the great toe. Vol. II, p. 63. R 5096
  24. Hint for another statue. Fores, 1804. Vol. VIII, p. 108.
  25. Hint to the blind and foolish. Fairburn. Vol. I, p. 144.
  26. Hint to the ladies. Tegg. (Woodward, Cruickshank]Vol. IV, p. 84. R 35
  27. Hit at backgammon. Vol. II, p. 117. R 2772
  28. Hobby Dealer. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. V, p. 10. R 900
  29. Hodgson's grand pageant of the elements Introduced in "Two Gentlemen of Verona.? Vol. IV, p. 78.
  30. Hombourg Waltz. Humphrey. Vol. II, p. 59. R 773.
  31. Home from school. S. Knight. Vol. VI, p. 6, 7. R 1358
  32. Huneysuckle Place. Ash & Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 24.
  33. Horse councellor obtaining a verdict. Fairburn. 1821. Vol. III, R 1032
  34. "Horse raceing." J.M.Langham. Vol. I, p. 7.
  35. Horses and characters. W. Belck. Vol. I, p. 30.
  36. [Horses] C. Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 33.
  37. [Kemble] The House that Jack built. Fores. Vol. III, p. 88. R 82.
  38. How happy I could be with either. Vol. VII, p. 123.
  39. How to attrac public notice. (Art of walking the streets of London)Vol. IV, p. 123. R764
  40. How to carry an umbrella. (Art of walking the streets of London)Vol. IV. p. 123. R764
  41. How to carry a stick. (Art of walking the streets of London)Vol. IV, p. 124. R 765
  42. How tp clean the streets. (Art of walking the streets of London)Vol. IV, p. 123. R 764
  43. How to get up in the world. (Dash and dot)Lottery puff. Bish. Vol. VIII.
  44. How to make the most of the mud. (Art of walking the streets of London). Vol. IV, p. 124. R765.
  45. How to stop up the passage. (Art of walking the streets of London). Vol. IV, p. 124. R765
  46. How to turn a corner. (Art of walking the streets of London)Vol. IV, p. 123. R 764
  47. How to get into the watchhouss. (Ast the streets of London)Vol. IV, p. 124. R 765
  48. How very blue the candle burns. Vol. VII, p. 103.
  49. How wonderful are thy works 0 Lord? Beasts. W.Belck. Vol. I, p. 26.
  50. Hubble bubboe, toil and trouble. Lottery puff. Carroll. Vol. VIII.
  51. Humorous repressntation of a marriage ceremony. Vol. IV, p. 104. R 189
  52. Humours of life in London, or the Regents birthday. Hodgson, 1825. Vol. II, p. 37. R 352
  53. Humming birds. Dandy trio. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. V, p. 101. R 895
  54. H mcamunca - Miss Pipps. Vol. VIII, p. 37.
  55. Hunt, Henry, esq. 1816. Nov. 15, Spa Fields Dec. 6, 1816. Vol. VI, p. 127. R 600
  56. Hunt, Henry, esq. 1816. Richard Corble. Vol. III, p. 85.
  57. Hunting the Bull. Sidebotham, 1817. Vol. III, p. 36. R 627
I
  1. [I am red ye..] Th Knight of Morar. Vol. VII, p. 50, 51. R 5147
  2. I am not such a goose to let it pass away. Lottery Puff. Swift. Vol. VIII.
  3. I'm Mother Gooss and I divine. Lottery Puff. Carroll. Vol. VIII.
  4. I feel a strange kind of sensation. [dash and dot] Lottery puff. Bish. Vol. VIII.
  5. Idolators worshiping the Golden Calf. ..Sweet Alley. Vol. VI, p. 44. R 845
  6. If horses won't do asses will. Fores, 1818. Vol. III, p. 113. R 775
  7. If I can just hit the right nail on the head. Lottery puff. Swift. Vol. VIII.
  8. If to her share some female errors fall. Fores, 1818 Vol. VII, p. 79.
  9. Importer or obstetric dispute. Tegg, 1814. Vol. VI, p. 29. R 362
  10. In Irons for getting drunk. Mr. B. [Sailor's Progress.]Vol. IV, p. 142. R 766.
  11. Ins and outs or princely conspiracy. Feb. 1811. Text 12 stanzas. Feb. 1812. Text 12 stanzas. Vol. II, p. 19. R 150
  12. Inconveniences of a crowded drawing room. Humphrey. 1818. Vol. IV, p. 127. R 774
  13. Inconvenient partners in Waltzing. Tegg. Vol. V, p. 80. R 99
  14. Indeligate investigation. S. Knight. Vol. II, p. 24. R 224
  15. Indigestion. S. Knight. 1825. Vol. V, p. 109. R 1288
  16. Infant Richard. Vol. VIII, p. 106. R 281.
  17. Information for the Public. Vol. VII, p. 106. R 2760
  18. Interesting scene on board an East Indianman. Humphrey. 1818. Vol. IV, p. 133. R 785
  19. Interior view of Hayloft..in Gato Street. Humphrey. 1820. Vol. III, p. 68. R 943
  20. Introduction of the gout. Fores, 1818. Vol. VII, p. 83. R 2743
  21. InvitationVol. VII, p. 11. R 2762.
  22. Irish decency. No. I. Tegg. 1819. Aug, 25, Vol. V, p. 11. R 908.
  23. Irish decency. No. II. Tegg, 1819. Aug. 30. Vol. V, p. 12 R 909
  24. Irish epitaph. Tegg. [Woodward, Cruikshank] Vol. IV, p. 90. R 23
  25. Irish Hospitality. Whittle & Laurie, 1815. Vol. VI, p. 90.
  26. Irish Hospitality. R. Harrild. Vol. VI, p. 91.
  27. Irish poets grace. Tegg. Vol. VI. p. 16. R 143
  28. Is this a Rattle which I see before me. Fores, 1809. Vol. III, p. 91. R 88
  29. It is cutting to see such a scheme I declare. [Barber] Lottery Puff. Swift &Co. Vol. VIII.
J
  1. Jack Junk embarking on a cruise. Tegg. Vol. IV, p. 85. R 18
  2. Jack Merrowbone the enraged butcher and his musical family. Whittle & Laurie, 1813. Vol. VI, p. 75. R 254.
  3. Jasamine Place. Ash & Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 24.
  4. Jealousy. Humphrey, 1825. Vol. V, p. 108. R 1314.
  5. Jesse the flower of Dumblaine. Vol. VII, p. 102. R 2766
  6. Jews keeping the passover. Vol. VII
  7. Jig on Board. Vol. Vii, p. 96. R 2752
  8. John Bull advising with his superiors. Fores. Vol. II, Frontispiece. R 29
  9. John Bull at his studies. attended by his guardian angel. Vol. VIII, p. 108.
  10. John Bull brought uo for his discharge. Sidebotham. 1817. Vol. III, p. 43. R 666
  11. John Bull in a cocked hat. Tegg. 1809. Vol. III, p. 93.
  12. John Bull in alarm. Jones & 60. New Street. Vol. I, p. 104.
  13. John Bull making a capital bonfire. S. Knight. 1814. Vol. VI, p. 24. R 279.
  14. John Bull's address to Mrs. Clarke. Vol. II, p. 4. R 62.
  15. John's Dream or The Prince and old England forever. Vol. II, p. 44. R 416.
  16. John Bull's Examination. Fores, 1817. Vol. III, p. 42. R 666
  17. John Bull's Lament. The Last Lottery. Sivewright. Vol. VIII.
  18. John Bull's last kick. Johnston. 1816. Vol. III, p. 35. R 570 Sivewright.
  19. John Bull and his forged notes. Sidebotham. 1819. Vol. III, p. 50. R 865
  20. John Hobbs..John Hobbs. Fairchild. Vol. VI, p. 86. R 437
  21. Heading. John Hobbs. R. Harrild. Vol. VI, p. 87, 88.
  22. Johanna Southcote and the disappointed jews. Vol. VI, p. 28. R 361.
  23. Joint stock company dividing their lossss. J. Johnston. Vol. VI, p. 52.
  24. Journeyman printer's dexcription of the art of etching on copper. Vol. I, Frontispiece.
  25. Lucina Lovely. Lotery Puff. Carroll. Vol. VIII, front.
  26. Juvenile Monstrosities. Humphrey. 1826. Vol. V, p. 118. R 1336;
  27. Juliet and the Nurse. No imprint. C 1269. Vol. VII, p. 70.
K
  1. Kang and Cob. Humphrey. 1824. Vol. V, p. 40. R, 240.
  2. Kate Kearney. Song heading. Laurie & Whittle. 1807. Vol. VIII, p. 108.
  3. Kean a Othello. Jameson's Theatrical Portraits. No. 17. Vol. III, p. 51.
  4. Kean as Richard the Third. S. Knight. 1814. Vol. III, p. 105. R 290.
  5. Kean as Richard the Third. Pailthorpe reprint. Vol. III. p. 106. R 290.
  6. (Variant of above)Vol. III, p. 107.
  7. Keenish sport in Cox's Court. Fairburn. 1824. Vol. III, p. 110. R 1246
  8. Kemble, hear - John Bull advises...(7) The House that Jack Built. Fairburn, 1809. Vol. III, p. 86-88. R 82
  9. Kaywood, James. aetat 50. Bromley, Kent. Vol. VI, p. 122. R 226.
  10. Kick from Yarmputh to Wales. [14 stanzas]. Johnston. 1812. Vol. II, p. 18. R 148.
  11. Killinf no murder. Tegg. 1809. Vol. III, p. 94.
  12. King. Lottery Puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII,
  13. King Arthur - Tom Thumb the mighty. Lottery puff. Vol. VIII, p. 37.
  14. King John and John Bull. Fairburn, 1809. Vol. III, p. 89. R 86
  15. King John and John Bull. Johnston, [16 stanzas] Vol. III, p. 92.
  16. King's Place and Chandos Street, in an uproar. Fores, 1809. Vol. III, p. 90. R 87
  17. Kitchen maid. Lottery puff. Bish. Vol. VIII
  18. Knowing Jerry. Song heading. R Harrild. Vol. VI, p. 116.
L
  1. Lacing a dandy. Tegg. 1819. Vol. V, p. 99. R 876
  2. Lady Hemlock. Lottery puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII.
  3. Lady Mildew. Lottery puff. Vol. VIII, p. 37.
  4. [Lady with fan] Lottery puff. Vol. VIII.
  5. Lady Penny point. Anger. Lottery puff. Carroll. Vol. VIII.
  6. Lavinia. Lottery puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII.
  7. Kucinda Lovely. Joy. Lottery puff. Carroll. Vol. VIII.
  8. Luvinda Lovesick. Agitation. Lotter puff. Carroll. Vol. VIII.
  9. Laid up. A Gerrnwich. Pensioner relating his adventures. (Sailor's Progresss Vol. IV, p. 142. R 766.
  10. Land Lord and Tenant. Vol. VII, p. 107. R 276.
  11. [Land scape. Sea Scape] Ash and Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 27.
  12. Landing the treasure. (Arriving at the North Pole) Humphrey, 1819. Vol. V, p. 119. R 894.
  13. J. M. Langham. [45 birds and animals, each in separate compartment] Vol. I, p. 12.
  14. E. Langley. [9 birds] Vol. I, p. 30.
  15. E. Langley. [96 objects, each in separate compartment] Vol. I, p. 12.
  16. Last Lottert of all. July 18, 1826. Vol. VIII, p. 28. R 3767
  17. The Last conscripts. Fores, 1814. Vol. I, p. 82.
  18. Lath and plaster- Flesh and blood. Vol. VII, p. 104, 105. R 2759
  19. Laugh and grow fat and the fruits of good living. Lottery puff.Bish. Vol. VIII.
  20. The Law's delay. Humphrey. Vol. V, p. 20. R 936
  21. Lawyer Flam, his wife and Flam's Ghost. J. Jones. Vol. VI, p. 79. R 409
  22. Lawyer's advice. Tegg. Vol. IV, p. 113. R 555
  23. The Leap. Ash and Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 30.
  24. Leader of the Parisian Blood Red Republic. Tweedie. 1871. Vol. III, p. 83.
  25. Leeretta. Lottery puff. Swift & Co. Vol. VIII.
  26. Let us drink to dame fortune. [Dash and dot]. Lottery puff. Bish. Vol. VIII.
  27. Liberty Suspended. Sidebotham. 1817. Vol. III, p. 39. R 660
  28. List! list, oh list. Lottery puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII
  29. Liston as Moll Flaggon. R 1256. West Theatrical Portraits. July 23, 1824 Vol. III, p. 112.
  30. Little Boney gone to pot. Tegg. Vol. I, p. 93.
  31. Little Stories for short memories. W. Belch. Vol. I, p. 28.
  32. Lobski, Mr. Heading. Laurie and Whittle, 1808. Vol. VIII, p. 89.
  33. Logierian Systems. Humphrey. 1818. Vol. IV, p. 126. R 772.
  34. Logierian Systems. A Bull's eye and a Brandy Ball. Humphrey. 1822. Vol. VI, Frontispiece. R 1070
  35. London Dandies or Monstrocities of 1816. Humphrey, March 12, 1816. Vol. V, p. 66. R 570
  36. London Dandies or Monstrocities of 1816. Views of London. [10 plates]. R. Harrild. Vol. VII, p. 5.
  37. Long expected come at last or John Bull disappointed at his crippled Visitor. Vol. VIII, p. 107.
  38. Long headed assembly. Tegg, 1806. Woodward and Chrickshank? Vol. VIII, Frontispiece.
  39. Longitude and Latitude. of St. Petersburgh. Humphrey, 1813. Vol. II. p. 27. R 235
  40. Looby Lump's Life in London. Humphrey. 1822. Vol. VI, p. 106. R 1072
  41. Louis XVIII climbing the Mât de Cocagne. Hone. Vol. I, p. 128.
  42. Lover's New Valentine Letter Writer. London, J. Bailey. Vol. I, p. 3.
  43. Loyal Address's Radical Petition. Vol. II, p. 66. R 925
  44. Luck's Progress. Lottery puff. Bish. Vol. VIII.
  45. Luck's Progress. [6 cuts] Lottery puff. Bish. Vol. VIII.
  46. Lunner is the devil. Laurie & Whittle. Vol. VIII, p. 90.
  47. Heading. Lunner is the Devil. R. Harrild. Vol. VIII, p. 95.
M
  1. Maid with plate of fruit. Lottery puff. Vol. VIII.
  2. Mail Coach. Heading. Laurie and Whittle, 1810. Vol. VIII, p. 92.
  3. Mail Coach Guard. Heading. Laurie & Whittle. 1806. Vol. VIII, p. 80.
  4. Mathew-orama for 1824. Humphrey, 1824. Vol. III, p. 124. R 1243
  5. The Manager and the Busy-Bee in a Doctor's Wig. Vol. IV, front. R 135.
  6. Making both ends meet. Vol. VIII, p. 60. R 2647.
  7. Making decent. Humphrey. 1822. Vol. V, p. 36. R 1087
  8. Manchester Heroes. Fores, 1819. Vol. III, p. 58. R 915
  9. Manchester, Earl. Cane Wood, seat of. E. Langley. Vol. I, p. 19.
  10. Man slaughterest men. Fairburn. 181. Vol. III, p. 71. R 1031
  11. Master B. Finding things not what he expected. (Progress of a midshipman.) Plate 2. Vol. V, p. 126. R 995
  12. Mr. B on the middle watch. Plate 3. Vol. V, p. 127. R 996.
  13. Mr. B. Mastheaded. Plate 4. Vol. V, p. 128. R 997.
  14. Mr. B. seeking the bubble Reputation. Plate 5. Vol. V, p. 129. R 998
  15. Mr. B. Promoted to Lieutanent. Plate 7. Vol. V, p. 131. R 1000
  16. Marine views. Hodgson & Co. Vol. VII, p. 7.
  17. Match for the King's plate. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. VII, p. 7. R 872
  18. May I die if there isn't Sir George, etc. Fores, 1817. Vol. IV, p. 120. R 682.
  19. M'Bounce. Lottery puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII.
  20. Mechanical Powers. Tegg. Vol. I, p. 92.
  21. Meditation among the Tombs. Johnston. Vol. II, p. 26. R 231
  22. Mer de glace - Sea of Ice. Humphrey. 1821. June 20. Vol. V, p. 140, 141.
  23. Mer de glace - Sea of Ice. Humphrey. 1821. June 30. Vol. V, p. 140, 141.
  24. The Mermaid. Humphrey. 1822. Vol. V, p. 37. R 1095.
  25. Mrs. Peeper - Meanness. Lottery Puff. Carroll. Vol. VIII.
  26. Merry Thought or the Catholic Question Resolved. Johnston, 1813. Vol. II, p. 22., 23. R 219.
  27. Merry Thought or the Catholic Question Second state. Vol. II, p. 22., 23.
  28. Metaphysics are dry but the wise Aristotle. Lottery puff. Bish. Vol. VIII.
  29. Middling heat in the West Indies. Fores, 1817. Vol. IV, p. 122. R 708
  30. Military leaf frog Fores, 1807. Isaac Cruikshank. Vol. II, p. 2.
  31. Milk Maid. Lottery puff. p. 31 [Duplicate]Vol. VIII. p. 39.
  32. Modern Belle. Lottery Puff. Vol. VIII, p. 39.
  33. Most humorous description of the undeniable Mill between Gammon and Dandy the Black. W. Hone. Vol. VI, p. 107. R 1085.
  34. The Minuet. Dancing Lesson. Plate II. Humphrey, 1824. Vol. V, p. 94.
  35. Miss endeavouring to excite a glow with her Dutch play thing. Fores, 1814. George and Robert Cruikshank. Vol. II, p. 33. R 344.
  36. Miss Mary and her loving cousin. Vol. II, p. 51. R 584.
  37. Miss Piggy. Lottery puff. Vol. VIII. p. 37.
  38. Mock delivery of Johanna Southcote. 1814. Vol. VI, p. 30. R 398.
  39. Modern Belles. Lottery puff. Vol. VIII, p. 39.
  40. Modeen Hannibal. Tegg. Vol. I, p. 74.
  41. Modern Military Dandies, 1819. Vol. V, p. 96. R 869.
  42. Modeen Prometheus. Vol. I, p. 96.
  43. Modern Quixotte. Vol. III, p. 44. R 674.
  44. Moll Flaggon. Lottery puff. Bish. Vol. VIII.
  45. Money hunting "Had I a heart for falsehood framed". Humphrey. 1823. Vol. V, p. 116. R 1162.
  46. Monmouthshire, View in. E. Langley. Vol. I, p. 16.
  47. Monstrosities, 1816. Vol. VII, p. 71. R 2734.
  48. Monstrosities, 1816. Humphrey. 1816. Vol. V, p. 65-67. R 570
  49. Monstrosities of London, 1818. Humphrey. 1818. Vol. V, p. 68. R 780
  50. Monstrosities of 1818. Humphrey. 1818. Vol. V, p. 72. R 780
  51. Dandies of 1817 and Monstrosities of 1818. Humphrey. 1818. Vol. V, p. 69. R 780 Oct 1818.
  52. Monstrosities of 1819. Humphrey. 1819. Nov. 29. Vol. V, p. 72.
  53. Monstrosities of 1819 and 1820. Humphrey. 1819. Nov. 27 Vol. V, p. 71. R 932
  54. Monstrosities of 1821. Humphrey. 1821. May 10. Vol. V, p. 73. R 983
  55. Monstrosities of 1822. Humphrey. 1822. Oct. 19. Vol. V, p. 74. R 1094
  56. Monstrosities of 1822. Part 1. Humphrey. 1822. Oct. 29. Vol. V, p. 75. R 1094
  57. Monstrosities of 1783 and 1823. Humphrey. 1822, Jan. 1. Vol. V, p. 76. R 1181
  58. Monstrosities of 1824. Part 7. Humphrey. 1824. July 8. Vol. V, p. 77. R 1255.
  59. Monstrosities of 1825 and 1826. Humphrey. 1826, Feb. 10. Vol. V, p. 78. R 1379.
  60. Monstrosities of 1827. Humphrey. 1827. Vol. V, p. 79. R 1192
  61. Mushroom Monstrisities. Humphrey. 1826, Jan. 24. Vol. V, p. 117. R 1337
  62. Most humoeous description of the ....mill between Gammon and Dandy the Black. W. Hone. Vol. VI, p. 107. R 1085
  63. Morar, Knight of. Poems. (8 plates)Vol. Vii, p. 57, 58.
  64. Moscow, Battle of. Heading. (6 plates) Lanley and Welch. Vol. VII, p. 15.
  65. Mr. Grig and Mrs. Snap. Leading. R. Harrild. Vol. VI, p. 113.
  66. Mrs. Figs card party disturbed. Tegg. 1807. Woodward. Vol. IV, p. 82. R 27.
  67. Mother Carey's Chickens. Vol. II, p. 15.
  68. Mother Red Cap Public Houss. Humphrey. April 25, 1821. Vol. II, p. 78.
  69. Mother Red Cap Public (Song) R. Gay, Printer. Reengroved. Vol. IxI, p. 77. R 980
  70. Mother Red Cap Public House. is opposition to the King's Head. Humphrey, 1821, Aug. 4. Vol. II, p. 76. R 980.
  71. Mother Wood. Humphrey. 1821. June 20. Vol. VI, p. 137. R 958.
  72. Mother's Girl plucking a crow. Fores, 1816. Vol. II, p. 48. R 575
  73. Moulinet elegencies of quadrille dancing. Humphrey. 1817. Vol. V, p. 88, 89. R 670. (2)
  74. Houss hunt. R. Harrild. Vol. IV, p. 110. R 1213.
  75. Mulberry tree. Heading. Laurie & Whitte;. Vol. VI, p. 61. R 40.
  76. Murat reviewing the grand army. Walker & Knight. Vol. I,
  77. "My heart is free from every care." Frontispiece. New Lover's valentine. J. Bailey. Vol. I, e.
  78. Myrtal Cottage. Ash & Shapard. Vol. I, p. 24.
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  1. N.P. Spectacles. Tegg. 1809. Vol. III, p. 96.
  2. [Napoleon] Front and back view. Vol. I, p. 100.
  3. Napoleon. Hone, 1817. Vol. I, p. 137.
  4. Narrow escape, or Boney's grand leap. S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 44.
  5. Napoleon and four generals. Vol. I, p. 26.
  6. Napoleaon's Fame, from the original Russian print. Vol. I, p. 60.
  7. National Frenzy or John Bull and his Doctors. Vol. VIII, p. 105. R 266
  8. National Taste. Humphrey, 1824? Vol. V, p. 43.
  9. Naval Review off Postsmouth. Langley & Belch. Vol. VII, p. 8.
  10. Neat little farm. W. Belch. Vol. I, p. 21.
  11. Nelson, Admiral, engagement with the fleets of France and Spain off Trafalgar. E. Langley. Vol. VII, p. 10.
  12. New Morality. Gillray. Sivewright. 1798. Vol. III, p. 46. R 713
  13. New Union Club. Humphrey, 1819. Vol. V, p. 6-8. R 898
  14. New Year's Gift for s K. g. or the advice of wisdom. Vol. VIII, p. 101.
  15. An Exquisite Dandy. A Nice Gentleman. Fores, 1818. Vol. IV, R 777
  16. Nice lady. Fores, 1818. Vol. IV, p. 129. R 783
  17. The Night Mayor [Mare] flitting through the evening fogs? Fores. 1816, Vol. IV, p. 117. R599
  18. Night watchman. Lottery puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII, p. 34. R2890
  19. Noble Spaniards, or Britannia assisting the cause of freedom. Fores, 1808. Vol. I, p. 38.
  20. Nobody going to be punished. Nobody going to be hung. Fairburn, 1821. Vol. III, p. 74. R 1033
  21. Noce Royales. Johnston. 1816. Vol. III, p. 74. R 573n
  22. Noodle, Mr. Mrs. Noodle. Lottery puff. Vol. VIII, p. 37.
  23. Norfolk Dumpling or Grace before meat. Vol. VII, p. 65, 66. R 2730
  24. Nosing the hob at Ramsgate. Fairburn. Vol. II, p. 85. R1034
  25. November (old style) Humphrey. 1822. Vol. V, p. 115. R 1097
  26. Novice entering the convent of St. George. S. Knight. Vol. II, p. 35. R 348
O
  1. O! O! There's the minister of the Gospel T Dolby, 1821. Vol. II, p. 35. R 1036
  2. O. P Spectacles. Vol. III, p. 956.
  3. Odd Dealer. Heading. Tegg. 180& Vol. VIII, p. 109.
  4. Off he goes. Vol. VII, p. 130. R 2785.
  5. Old Blucher beating the Coriscan big drum. Fores, Vol. I, p. 78.
  6. Old Blumderhead the 18th trying on the Napoleon boots. Fairburn. Vol. I, p. 139.
  7. The Old Commodore. Heading. Fairburn. 3 astanzas. Vol. VI, p. 65. R 78
  8. The Old Commodore. Heading. Vol. VIII, p. 84.
  9. The Old Commodore. Heading. R. Harrild. Vol. VI, p. 114.
  10. The old maid and her tom cat. Tegg. Vol. VI, p. 85. R 433
  11. Old Obstinate Jackass. W. Belch. Vol. I, p. 26.
  12. Old Thirty nine shaking hands with his good brother the Pope of Italy. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. III, R 921
  13. On the fourteenth of June, Fortune holds her levee. Vol. VIII, p. 32 R 3466
  14. One of the lions or the living statue at the London MuseumStockdale. Vol. VI, p. 129. R701
  15. Opening of the great industrial exhibition. Vol. VII, p. 40, 41. R 2492
  16. Ornaments for Tonbridge Wells. 1809 Vol. I, p. 2.
  17. Opening of Sir William's Curtiss's campaigne against the flight of Napoleon.Vol. I, p. 117.
  18. "On the Sundial's polished face. Vol. Vii, p. 54-56. R 2657
  19. Ostend Packet. Humphrey. 1824. Vol. V, p. 47. R 1254
  20. Orthodox. Lottery Puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII.
  21. Our Gutter Children. Vol. VIII. p. 74. R 2656
  22. Our tough old ship steered into safety in the harbour. A? Beuge. 1817. Vol. III, p. 41. R 665R
  23. Outwitted at last. Vol. III, p. 49. R 710
P
  1. Paddy m'Shane's Seven Ages. Heading. Laurie & Whittle. 1807. Vol. VIII, p. 83. R 4492
  2. Pages of pleasure and pastime. W. Belch. Vol. I, p. 28.
  3. Panorama of the Times. Vol. VI, p. 111.
  4. [Paradise Regained. J. Johnston. Vol. II, p. 14.
  5. Parisian Luxury. Humphrey. 1824. Vol. V, p. 48. R 1260
  6. Party of Pleasure. Humphrey. 1822. Vol. V, p. 34. R 1081
  7. 16 People, descrnding a part in a cliff by the side of a waterfall. Vol. VIII, p. 38. R3301
  8. Passing events or the tail of the comet of 1853. Vol. I, p. 1.
  9. "Pa-ast five o'clock. Night watchman. Lottery puff. Bish. Vol. VIII,
  10. Pat's answer - Points of Irish Humour. Humphrey. 1826. Vol. V. p. 58. R 1240.
  11. Patriot Luminary expinguishing noxious gas. A Beuge. 1817. Vol. III, p. 38. R 659
  12. Peace and Plenty. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 97.
  13. Peasant carrying off a French cannon. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 64.
  14. Pedigree of Corporal Biolet. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 118.
  15. Peep at the French monstrosities. Humphreys. 1818. Vol. IV, p. 130. R 778
  16. Peep into the City of London Tavern. Stockdale, 1817. Vol. III, p. 48. R 691
  17. Pembroofshire, View in. E. Langley. Vol. I, p. 17.
  18. Penelope the gaze of the Loungers. Vol. VI, p. 22.
  19. The People's Favourite Fox. (No. IIII)Vol. VIII, p. 108.
  20. Perry House. C. Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 15.
  21. Peter Snout. Heading. R.H. Laurie. Vol. VI, p. 103. 104. R 1028.
  22. Philip Quare and his monkey. Ash & Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 28.
  23. Piccadilly Nuisance. Humphrey. 1818. Vol. IV, p. 138. R 789
  24. Picnic party disturbed. Humphrey, 1820. Vol. V, p. 64. R 1468
  25. Pied Piper. Vol. VII, p. 49. R 2652.
  26. The Pig Faced Lady. Humphrey, 1815. Vol. VI, p. 32, 33, 35. R 721.
  27. Pinch of Cephalic. Humphrey. 1822. Vol. V, p. 106. R 1067.
  28. Plucking a candidate for Holy Orders. Vol. VII, p. 113. R 2767
  29. Plucking a gooss. Fairburn. 1825. Vol. IV, p. 82. R 5121.
  30. [Political scuib] Covent Garden, March 3, 1819. Vol. I, p. 4.
  31. Polly and Lucy taking off the instrictions. Johnston, 1812. Vol. II, p. 20. R 152
  32. Poor Bull and his burden. Tegg. 1819. Vol. III, p. 66. R 928
  33. Poor Bob. Vol. I, p. 6.
  34. Reading. Poo??? Little Mo. R Harrild. Vol. VI, p. 87.
  35. Poor Mr. Spring. Heading. Vol. VI, p. 80. R 411.
  36. Poor Robins' farm. C. Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 15.
  37. Portamouth. Ash & Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 28.
  38. Portamouth Yard on fire. Fores, 1808. Vol. VI, p. 11. R 37
  39. La Poule. Humphrey. 1817. Vol. V, p. 90. R 675.
  40. Premium, Par, Discount. Humphrey. 1822. Vol. V, p. 30.
  41. Preparing for a duel. S. Knight. 1824. Vol. V, p. 122. R 1250.
  42. Preparing for the match. Johnston, 1816. Vol. II, p. 47. R 578.
  43. Presages of the Millenium. Gillrey. Vol. III, p. 46. R 711.
  44. Presbyterian Penance. Vol. IV, p. 89. R 22.
  45. Present state of France exemplified. Vol. I, p. 150.
  46. Presentation of the Cap of Liberty. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. III, p. 56. R 905
  47. Pretty Bob. Vol. I, p. 6
  48. Price, Mr. who was sentenced to be imprisoned for life. Vol. VI, p. 123. R 440
  49. Princely agility or the sprained ankle. Johnston, 1812. Vol. II, p. 17. R 149
  50. Princely Amusement or the Honour of the Family. Jones. 1812. Vol. VIII, p. 102.
  51. Princely Piety or the worshippers worshipped. Jones. 1811. Vol. VIII, p. 101.
  52. Principal characters in the new pantomime of Harlaquin. 3 plates. Vol. III, p. 120. R.51
  53. Principal characters in the Little Hunchback. West, 1825. Vol. III, p. 123.
  54. Principal characters in Telemachus. West. 1825. Vol. III, p. 123.
  55. Privy Council or necessary arrangements. Vol. III, p. 32. R 671
  56. Prize in sight. Lottery puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII,
  57. Progress of a midshipman. Humphrey, 1821. Mr. B. Separate, second issue. Vol. V, p. 124.
  58. La Promenade. Humphrey. 1822. Vol. V, p. 95. R 1083
  59. Promoted to Boaswain and exuding his authority. (Sailor's Progress. Vol. IV, p. 142. R 766
  60. Prophecy or the Devil will have his due at last. Johnston. Vol. I, p. 47.
  61. Prudentia. Lottery Puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII.
  62. Psalm Grinder. Vol. VII, p. 109. R 2764
  63. Pugilism extraordinary. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. VI, p. 100. R 897
  64. Pull devil, Pull Baker. Tegg. 1819. Vol. V, p. 3. R 888
  65. Pyt it down to the bill. R. Harrild. Vol. VI, p. 94.
  66. Puzzle which to choose. Humphrey. 1818. Vol. IV, p. 132. R 781
Q
  1. Quartiere con mobile or hints on taking lodgings. Humphrey. 1821. Vol. V, p. 136, 137. R987.
  2. The Queen. Sivewright. Vol. VIII.
  3. The Queen and the Union. D. Bogue. Vol. VIII, p. 55. R 4052
  4. "The Queen, Prince and family? D. Bogue, 1851. Vol. VII, p. 65.
  5. Quizzical Quorum. (11 stanzas). Hone. Vol. VI, p. 121.
R
  1. Races: American, English, Laplander, Hottentot, Chinese, African. Ash and Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 23.
  2. Radical Arms. Humphrey, Vol. III, p. 62, 63. R 920
  3. Radical Quacka giving a new constitution to John Bull. Humphrey, 1821. Vol. III, p. 70. R 971
  4. Radical Reformer as Neck or nothing man. Tegg, 1819. Vol. III, p. 57. R 914.
  5. Radnor's, Lord, elegant villa ...Twickenham. E. Langley. Vol. I, p. 18.
  6. Read's Farm. Ash and Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 20.
  7. Reaping. Ash and Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 28.
  8. Receict for corns. Humphrey, 1819. Vol. VI, p. 99.
  9. Reconcilliation. Gillray. Vol. III, p. 47. R 714
  10. Regent Valentine. J. Knight, Vol. II, p. 21. R 216.
  11. [R---t] kicking up a row. Tegg, 1814. Vol. II, p. 34. R 347.
  12. Regent's Bomb how uncovered. Vol. VIII, p. 52. R 2813.
  13. Reflection..to be or not to be. Fores, 1820. Vol. II, p. 67. R 937
  14. Religion and the law.. Tegg, 1819. Vol. V, p. 16. R 926
  15. Repusessentation [sic] of ye Gull Trap. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 77.
  16. Report of a meeting held at Cadgers Hall. S. Knight. Vol. III, p. 52. R 719
  17. Le Retour de Paris or the neice presented to the Relatives. Humphrey. Vol. III, p. 111. R5101
  18. Le Retour de Paris. Humphrey. 1817. Vol. IV, p. 118. R 625.
  19. Return of a sailing party. S. Knight. 1826. Vol. V, p. 54. R 1312.
  20. Return of the Paris Diligence. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 125.
  21. Review of the French Troops. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 62.
  22. "Richard Harris'd or the Wolves too Kean." Sidebotham. 1817. Vol. III, p. 109. R 664
  23. Richard, King. Burlesqued. S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 68.
  24. Richard, Goodluck & Co. Lottery puffs. Vol. VIII, p. 2, 3, 4,.
  25. Ripe fruit or tasting a melon. Sidebotham. Vol. II, p. 64. R 509ç.
  26. Ripe melon, misty pumpkin. Frainburn. Vol. Vi, p. 60.
  27. Rise and Progress of Buonapart. Smeeton. Vol. Vi, p. 60. R 317.
  28. Robert, King, the Bruce. Vol. VIII, p. 75.
  29. Robinson Crusoe. Ash and Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 28.
  30. Roll Drum, March away. Lottery Puff. Vol. VIII, p. 32. R 2888
  31. Romancing Molly, Political dusrmen. Sir Larry Lucious, Frank a la mode. Four specimens of Reading Public. Fairburn, 1820. Vol. V, p. 64. R 1416
  32. Root of King's Evil. Humphrey, Vol. V, p. 19. R 935.
  33. Rose Farm. C. Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 14.
  34. Royal Amusement. Woodward & Cruikshank. Tegg. Vol. IV, p. 87. R 20
  35. Royal Condescension. Fores, 1817. Fores, 1817. Vol. II, p. 57. R 687
  36. Royal Dock Tard. Vol. II, p. 40. R 357
  37. Royal Hobby's or Herfordshire Cock-horse. M Clinch, 1819. Vol. II, p. 61. R 886.
  38. Royal Hobby. Tegg. 884. Vol. II, p. 60.
  39. Royal Lovers. J. Johnston, 1814. (same as II, 29) Vol. II, p. 30.
  40. Royal Masquerade. Fairburn. Vol. II, p. 70. R 954
  41. Royal Menagerieon the road to Spain. S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 145.
  42. Royal Methodists in Kent and Sussex. 1816. Sidebotham. Vol. II, p. 45. R 514
  43. Royal Navy. Humphrey. Vol. II, p. 80. R 964.
  44. Royal Red Bengal Tiger. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. VI, p. 132. R 913
  45. Royal Rubaway and Coachee. R. Harrild. 1814. Vol. II, p. 36. R 349
  46. Royal Rush Light. Humphrey. 1821. Vol. II, p. 82. R 973
  47. Royal Shambles or the progress of Legitimacy. Hone. Vol. I, p. 136.
  48. Royal Spraim. 1812. Vol. II, p. 16. R 147
  49. Royal Transport and the Captive Daughter. H. Harrild. 1814. Vol. II, p. 37. R 350
  50. Roy 1 visit to a foreign capital. Fores, Vol. II, p. 55, 56. R 686.
  51. Rural Farm. W. Belch. Vol. I, p. 20.
  52. Rural felicity. C. Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 22.
  53. Ruler ruled, overruled and routed. Humphrey. Vol. 4, p. 79. R 232
  54. Russian Bear returning from his field sport. "ith original Russian print. Vol. I, p. 50.
  55. Russian Condescension or Blessings of Universal Peace. Fores, 1814. Vol. II, p. 41. R 356.
  56. Russians teaching Boney to dance. Vol. I, p. 61.
  57. Russian peasant loading a dung cart. Vol. I, p. 55.
S
  1. Sailor. Lottery puff. Vol. VIII.
  2. Sailor at a quaker's funeral. Woodward, Cruikshank. Tegg. Vol. IV, p. 86. R 19
  3. Sailor's Defence. Woodward, Cruikshank. Tegg. Vol. IV, p. 93. R 44
  4. Sailor's Progress. (6). Humphrey. 1819. Jan. 19. Vol. IV, p. 192. R 766.
  5. Sailor's Progress. Humphrey, 1809. Jan. 25. Vol. V, Frontispiece.
  6. Sailor's Hornpipe. Dancing Lesson, Pt. 4. Humphrey, 1825. Vol. V, p. 95. R 1293
  7. Sailor's description of a chase and capture. Humphrey. 1822. Vol. VI, p. 105. R 1066
  8. Sailing match, Sailing barges, Ferry Boat, Liverpool Pier. W. Belch. Vol. I, p. 6a.
  9. St. Pail. Life of. Heading, 6 plates. W. Belch, J. Philips. Vol. VII, p. 12.
  10. Saint Shela. Fairburn, 1824. Vol. V, p. 41. R 1241
  11. Salamanca, Battle of, July 22, 1812. Heading, 6 plates. Laurie & Whittle. Vol. VII, p. 13.
  12. Sales by Auction. Sidebotham, 1819. Vol. II, p. 65. R 889
  13. Salus populi suprema lex. S. Knight. Vol. VI, p. 118. R 1464.
  14. Saluting the R ... t's Bombs uncovered on the Birth Day. Hone. Vol. II, p. 54. R 893
  15. Sam Snatch. Laurie & Whittle, 1810. Vol. VIII, p. 94.
  16. Sands, Charles Louis. (3)Vol. VI, p. 131. R 878
  17. Sandboys, Mr. and Mrs.,[Advertisement] Bogue. Vol. VIII, p. 58. R 4265
  18. Les Savoyards, Little music a la Francoise. Humphrey. 1818. Vol. IV, p. 131. R 779
  19. Scene- A Club Room. Luck dogs sharing a capital prize. Vol. VII, p. 64. R 5088
  20. Scene in the Comic Opera Lord of the Manor. [Liston] Whittle & Laurie, 1815. Vol. III, p. 111. R 465
  21. Scene in Downing Street, 1830. Vol. VII, p. 37. R 1477
  22. Scene in the Farce "Lofty Prospects. Humphrey, 1825. Vol. V, p. 53. R 1308
  23. Scene in the new farce as performed at the Royalty Theatre. Humphrey. Vol. II, p. 81. R 972
  24. Scene oc Action. Vol. VII, p. 100. R 2753.
  25. Scenes. Cataract of the Ganges. (5). Hodgson, 1823. Vol. IV, p. 2 - 6.
  26. Scenes in The Exile. (2). Hodgson. Vol. IV, p. 76, 77.
  27. Scenes in The Maid and the Magpie. Hodgson. Vol. IV, p. 7 -12.
  28. Scenes in The Maid and the Magpie. Rob Roy. Hodgson. Vol. VI, p. 68.
  29. Scene in Mary the Maid of the Inn, and Rob Roy. Hodgson. Vol. IV, p. 60.
  30. Scene in The Miller and his men. Hodgson. Vol. IV, p. 13.
  31. Scenes in Montrose. Hodgson. Vol. IV, p. 14-35.
  32. Scenes in Othello. Hodgson. Vol. IV, p. 37-39.
  33. Scenes in PIzarro. Hodgson. Vol. IV, p. 36.
  34. Scenes from Richard the Third. Hodgson. Vol. IV, p. 40 - 59.
  35. Scenes from Rob Roy and The Maid and the Magpie. Hodgson. Vol. IV, p. 7,12.
  36. Scenes in Rob Roy. Hodgson. Vol. IV, p. 60.- 75.
  37. Scotch Cleanliness. Tegg, 1810. Vol. IV, p. 98.
  38. Scotch Cott ge of Glenburnie. Tegg, 1810. Vol. IV, p. 97. R 112.
  39. Scotch washing. Tegg. Vol. IV, p. 96. R 111
  40. Scotch Cottage of Glenburnie. Tegg, 1810. Vol. IV, R 112
  41. Scotchman. Lottery Puff. Swift & Co. Vol. VIII
  42. Sea scape. Ash & Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 27.
  43. Secret Insult. Benbow. Vol. II, p. 71. R 952.
  44. See! Saw! or a specimen of French stability. R. Harrild. 1815. Vol. I, p. 107.
  45. Sensation. Bish. Vol. VIII.
  46. Sepulchral Enquiry into English History. Jones, 1813. Vol. II, p. 28. R 241
  47. Singular trait of Buonaparte. S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 91.
  48. Sir Billy Biscuit. Fairburn. Heading. Vol. VI, p. 117.
  49. Sir "illiam Wheedle. Lottery Puff. Carroll. Vol. VIII
  50. Six hours, I'm sure it can't be less. Valentine. Vol. VII, p. 25.
  51. Sketch for an Al-bun. Humphrey. 1820. Vol. V, p. 123. R 135 6.
  52. Sketch for the Regent speech on Mad-Ass-Son's insanity. Walker & Knight. Dec. 1812. Vol. VI, p. 23. R 181
  53. Sketch in the Island of Anglesea. Humphrey. 1820. Vol. VI, p. 137.
  54. Skin- Grief, comparing notes. Fairburn. 1825. Vol. VI, p. 59. R 5127.
  55. Shewing Off. Bang up, primus. Humphrey. 1822. Vol. V, p. 31. R 1077
  56. Shun bad company. Vol. VII, p. 115. R 2770
  57. Smoak Jack - the Alarmist. Tegg, 1819. Vol. III, p. 59. R 916
  58. The Snokeless chimney. Vol. VIII, p. 54. R 4442
  59. Smithers, Richard. (2) Humphrey. 1820. Vol. VI, p. 134, 135. R 944
  60. Snuffing out Boney. Tegg, Vol. I, p. 88.
  61. Soldier's Farewell. Woodward. Ackermann, 1803. Vol. I, p. 9.
  62. Somerset, Earl and Countess. Vol. VII, p. 29. R 690
  63. Somerset, Lady, at brighton. Harrild. Vol. IV, p. 121. R 447
  64. Spa Fiwld's Orator, Hunt-ing for popularity to do good. Sidebotham, 1817. Vol. III, p. 40. R 661.
  65. The Spanish Mule. Vol. VI, p. 34-36. R 721
  66. Spanish Patriots entering Madrid. Fores, 1808. Vol. I, p. 37.
  67. Specimens at Russian Chopping Block. Vol. I, p. 49.
  68. Specimens of Waltzing. Humphrey. 1817. Vol. V, p. 91. R 676
  69. Spirit at work. Joanna conceiving, ie blowing up Shilah. Vol. VI, p. 30.
  70. The Spirit moves. Vol. VII, p. 129. R 2784
  71. Sporting. 1817. Vol. VI, p. 41. R 685
  72. Sporting Horses (A horse race). R. Harrild. Vol. VII, p. 4.
  73. The Sportsman. Ash & Sheppard. Vol. I, p. 31.
  74. Squaletta. Lottery Puff. Swift & Co. Vol. VIII.
  75. Squaletta. Lottery Puff. . Sivewright. Vol. VIII
  76. Staffordshire courtship. Woodward and Cruikshank. Vol. I, p. 88. R 21
  77. Stale mate. Humphrey, 181?. Vol. V, p. 113. R 875
  78. Stand forth! Thou Slande! Humphrey. Vol. II, p. 79. R 968.
  79. Standing toast in the army. Fores, 1808. Vol. II, p. 9. R 69
  80. State physicians bleeding John Bull to death. Sidebotham Vol. III, p. 33, 34. R 582
  81. Stops - , ; . ! : ? Humphrey. 1824. Vol. V, p. 44. R 1246
  82. Strawberry Hill the scat of H. Walpole at Swickenham. E. Langley. Vol. I, p. 19.
  83. Striking affects produced by line and dots. Fores, 1817. Aug. 4. 681 Vol. V, p. 102.
  84. Striking affects produced by line and dots. Fores, 1817. Sept. 23. 688 Vol. V, p. 103.
  85. Stroller's Progress. Tegg. Nov. 1809. Vol. III, p. 99. - 104. R 91 - R 96.
  86. Strong proof of the flourishing state of the country. Tegg. 1819. Vol. V, p. 13-15. R 910
  87. Studying from Nature in Hyde Park. Fores, 1818. Vol. VII, p. 89. R 515
  88. Suiting the action to the word. Vol. VI, p. 36.
  89. Suiters to the Pig Face Lady. Harrison, 1815. Vol. VI, p. 31. R 431
  90. Sure such a pair were never seen. Vol. VII, p. 125, 126. R 2778
  91. Surprize. Vol. VII, p. 97. R 2754
  92. Susanah's Farewell. Heading. Vol. VI, p. 92.
  93. Susannah and the elders. Vol. VII, p. 127. R 2779
  94. Swarm of English bees living in the carriage. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 135.
  95. Sweeping measures or making a clean brest. S. Knight. 1831. Vol. III, p. 81. R 1530
  96. Swindles entire. Temperance placard No. 6. Vol. VIII, p. 48.
  97. Symptoms of Life in London or Love Law and Physic. Humphrey, 1821. Vol. V, p. 24, 25.
  98. Symptoms of misconduct. Thomas McLean. 1835. Vol. VI, p. 50. R 1070
  99. The System that works so well. S. Knight. 1831. Vol. III, p. 80. R 1528.
T
  1. T trade in hot water. Humphrey, 1818. Vol. IV, p. 135. R 786
  2. Tabies and Tom cats. Fores, 1808. Vol. IV, p. 95. R 38
  3. Tabitha Grunt or the walking hospital. Heading. Whittle, Rich & Laurie Vol. VI, p. 73, 74. R 248
  4. Tailor in high wind. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. V, Front. R 881
  5. Temperance pledges and Blacards. Tweedie. Vol. VIII, p. 41, 42, 43, 4445, 46, 47, 49, 50, 51, 52, Vol. VII, p. 43, 44, 45, 42, R 4328, 4278, 2552, 2543, 2544.
  6. The Theatrical Atlas. Humphrey. 1814. Vol. III, p. 108. R 326
  7. Theatrical, Langley's new. Vol. VII, p. 20. R 23
  8. "Thinks I to myself, thinks I" Heading. Vol. VI, p. 81. R 412.
  9. Thismonster was bre in a Pitt, suckled by a Fox. Vol. III, p. 31. R 869
  10. This print of Hunting a Mayor [Mare]. Tegg, 1819. Vol. III, p. 60.
  11. Tho' the gay fruit of nature are tempting sweet. Lottery puff. Vol. VIII, p. 32. R 3419
  12. The tight Irish ?aptain. (Capt Flam and the Widow Wick)Heading. Jones. Vol. V, p. 123. R 413
  13. Tit Bits. Vol. VII, p. 101. R 2756
  14. Tittup. Lottery puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII.
  15. Thrifty. Lottery Puff. Swift & Co. Vol. VIII.
  16. Threshing. Ash & Sheppard. V, 121. To Calais. Humphrey, 1824. Vol. I, p. 28. R 1249
  17. To the Public. Lottery Puff. Heading. Bish Vol. VIII, p. 35.
  18. Tom Fearful, J.M. Langham Tim Vyzard, Hymar in theTower, Lioness and Dog in the Tower. Vol. I, p. 37.
  19. Tom Tackle. Lottery Puff. Jan. 12. Next Tuesday. Vol. VIII, p. 30.
  20. Topper, Mr. Dream. Joseph Robins. Vol. VI, p. 98. R 722
  21. Town Life. Heading. Laurie & Whittle. 1807. Vol. VIII, p. 82.
  22. Tragedy of Waterloo. (No publisher. Unsigned.) Vol. I, p. 132.
  23. Tragedy of Waterloo. Hone, 1815. Signed. Vol. I, p. 133.
  24. Le Traiteur. Chez Vèry. Drawn by W.B. etched by G.C. Humphrey, June 20 1821 Vol. V, p. 134, 135.
  25. Le Traiteur. Chez Vèry. Drawn by W.B. etched by G.C. Humphrey, June 30, 1821. Vol. V, p. 134, 135. R 986
  26. Travelling in France. Humphrey, 1818. Vol. IV, p. 133. R 872
  27. Travelling in England. Humphrey, 1819. Vol. V, p. 110. R 904
  28. Travelling in France. Humphrey. Oct. 19, 1818. Vol. IV, p. 133. R 872
  29. Travelling in France. Humphrey, June 16, 1819. Vol. V, p. 110. R 892
  30. Treachery! Treacher! Treachery! Fores,. Vol. I, p. 114.
  31. Treachery! Treacher! Treachery! With text. Vol. I, p. 115.
  32. Treasury Spectre or the head of the nation in a queer situation. Vol. VIII, p. 107.
  33. Trifling Mistake. corrected. Humphrey. Vol. VI, p. 134. R 933
  34. Trip-hell Alliance. S. Knight. Vol. I, p. 54.
  35. Triumph of the Dey of Algiers over the Naval glory of England. Vol. VI, p. 40. R 587
  36. Tugging at a [high] eye tooth. Humphrey, 1821. Vol. V, p. 26, 27. R 1060
  37. [Turkish lady] Lottery puff. Swift & Co Vol. VIII
  38. Turning up the natives. Vol. VII, p. 121, 122.
  39. Twelve Months. [11 plates] R. Harrild. Vol. VII, p. 18.
  40. Twelfth Wrappers. Langley's New. Twelfth Night Characters. Vol. VII, p. 21. R 443
  41. Twelfth Night Characters. Humphrey, 1815. Vol. I, p. 101.
  42. Twelfth Night Characters. [James Whiting, printer] (8), (5). Vol. VIII, p. 37, 38.
  43. Twelfth Night Characters. (16) Vol. VIII, p. 33.
  44. Twelfth Night. Woodward, Cruikshank. Tegg, 1818. Vol. IV, p. 105. R 146
  45. Etchings on glass. Twiddle Twaddle. Vol. VIII, p. 62, 73, 75.
  46. Two Veterans. [text] Plummer & Brewis. Vol. II, p. 42.
  47. Two Veterans. [text] [No publisher] Different plate. Vol. II, p. 43. R 355.
  48. Tyger Hunting. Vol. VII, p. 30 - 34.
  49. Tyrant overtaken by Justice. Tegg. Vol. I, p. 89.
U
  1. Umbrella. Humphrey, 1820. Vol. V, p. 21. R 947
  2. Undeviating rectitude or a hint for the hoodwinked. Humphrey, 1819. Vol. V, p. 2. R 883
  3. Uncle Tom's Cabin. Title. Vol. VIII, p. 59. R 4885
  4. Universal suffrage. Humphrey. 1819. Vol. III, p. 55. R 896
  5. Unlawful Inion. Tegg. 1807. Woodward, Cruikshank. Vol. IV, p. 9. R 26
  6. Uxbridge. Humphrey, 1823. Vol. VI, p. i4i.
V
  1. Valentines: At lovers alter thus I kneel. Vol. VII, p. 24. Vol. VII, p. 21. R 190
  2. Valentine, New Pocket. London, J. Bailey. Vol. I, p. 3. R 190
  3. Valentine, Chignon. Vol. VII, p. 59.
  4. Valentine, Though with important air you strut. Vol. VII, p. 25.
  5. Valentine, That you are igly I well know. Vol. VII, p. 23. R 435
  6. Valentine, From Pidcocks you sure did escape. Vol. VII, p. 22. R 434
  7. Valentine, Six hours, I'm sure it can't be less. Vol. VII, p. 25.
  8. Valentine, Lover's new Valentine letter. J. Bailey. Vol. I, p. 4.
  9. Venomous Viper poisoning the R. l mind. Johnston. Vol. II, p. 25. R 225
  10. Very unpleasant weather. Humphrey. 1820. Vol. V, p. 22. R 949
  11. Vesuvios, Eruption of Mount, and the effects of the approaching Storm. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 119. 120, 121.
  12. View in Green street. Fores, 1822. Vol. VI, p. 51. R 1071.
  13. View of the Grand Triumphal Pillar. Humphrey. Vol. I, p. 116.
  14. The Village. Vol. VII, p. 63.
  15. Villagers shooting out their rubbish. Regg, 1819. Vol. V, p. 17. R 927
  16. Vis-a-vis. Accidents in quadrille dancing. Humphrey. 1817. Vol. V, p. 84. R 671
  17. Visit of Queen Victoria Y Prince Albert. Vol. VII, p. 66.
  18. Visit to Cockney Farm. Humphrey, 1819. Vol. V, p. 4. R 890
  19. Visit to my Uncle, Visit to my Aunt. Vol. VII, p. 110. R 2765.
  20. Visit to Vesuvius. Humphrey, 1821. Vol. V, p. 142,143. R 990
  21. Vittoria, Battle of. Tegg, 1813. July 10. Vol. I, p. 67.
  22. Vittoria, Battle of. Tegg, 1813. July 7. Vol. I, p. 66.
  23. Vittoria, (Lord Wellington, Col. Codogar. Flight of Joseph Bonaparte. Vol. I, p. 65.
  24. Vittoria,Heading, foot, 4 small plates. Langley & Belch Vol. VII, p. 14.
  25. [Vivaries]. Trial plate, copied from landscape. Vol. I, p. 8.
W
  1. Waterloo, Battle of. Heading and 6 small plates. Laurie & Whittle. 1815. Vol. VII, p. 11.
  2. Waterloo, Battle of. Heading, bottom and 6 plates. Vol. BLL, p. 21.
  3. Waterloo Bridge. Laurie & Whittle, 1817. Vol. VII, p. 6.
  4. Watchman. Lottery Puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII
  5. Waiting for the ladies. Vol. IV, p. 94. R 58
  6. Waiting Room at the Admiralty. Vol. V, p. 130. R 999
  7. Walbourn, Mr., ad dusty Bob. Humphrey. Vol. III, p. 114. R 1075.
  8. Walbourn, Mr., ad dusty Bob. Meux, Reid & Co. Vol. III, p. 115.
  9. Wallack as Dougal. Jameson Theatrical Portraits. Vol. III, p. 118. R 649
  10. Waltzing. Fores, 1817. Vol. VII, p. 74. R 2736
  11. Warren Blacking. The Turtle Dove. Adve tisement. Vol. VIII.
  12. Warren Blacking. Truth's Dove. Vol. VIII.
  13. The Wau to Wealth. [Dash and dot] Lettery Puff. Martin & Co. Vol. VIII. R 3355
  14. Weaksight. Lottery Puff. Swift & Co. March 17. Oct. 5. Swift & Co Vol. VIII.
  15. Washable Beaver Hats. Pitt & Co. Advertisements. Vol. VIII.
  16. We spare the hump and crooked nose, whose owners set not up for Beaux. Humphrey. Vol. VI, p. 123, 124. R 484
  17. The Webb ebtangled. Humphrey. 1823. Vol. V, p. 55, 56.
  18. The Webb Unravelled. Humphrey, 1823. Vol. VI, p. 55. R 1184.
  19. The Wedding Ball. Fairburn, 1823. Vol. IV, p. 80. R 1182
  20. Westminster election. 1818. Humphrey. 1818. Vol. III, p. 87.
  21. What a nice golden harvest, we must have a share. Vol. VIII, p. 36.
  22. What makes all the world divine. [Modern belles] Lottery puff. Bish. Vol. VIII,
  23. A whimsical courtship or the golden calf. Pub. at bath. Vol. VI, p. 45. R 866
  24. Whitlock the Second or another tarnish of Vritish Valor. Fores. 1808. Vol. VI, p. 19. R 48
  25. Reading. Widow Waddle of Chickabiddie lane. Tegg, 1807. Vol. VIII, p. 85.
  26. William the Conqueror. Hone. 1818. Vol. VII, p. 76, 77, 78. R 2738. 2 fores, Jan.18, - e Fores, 1818
  27. Winging a shy cock. Fores, 1808. Vol. VI, p. 13, 14. R 43
  28. Wisewig. Lottery Puff. Swift. Vol. VIII.
  29. With fingers quick working. Vol. VII, p. 52, 53. R 2649
  30. [Woman with small hand bag, feathers in hat.]Lottery Puff. Swift & Co Vol. VIII
  31. Woman taken in adultery. Fores, 1819. Vol. II, p. 8. R 67
  32. Workman's Memorial. Vol. VIII, p. 61. R 4467
Y
  1. Yacht. for the R.... t's B... n. Heading. Hone. Vol. VIII, p. 53.
  2. Yet I acknowledge very true. Therefore my Valentine are you. Vol. I, p. 4.
  3. York Sparring match being M.A.Clarke's first setto. Fores, 1809. Vol. II, p. 7. R 64
  4. You may laugh if you like at my comical phiz. Lottery puff. Sivewright. Vol. VIII
Z
  1. Zeibal Homespun. Lottery Puff. Swift & So. Vol. VIII
  2. Zephir. Vol. VII, p. 118. R 2773.
Title
Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878. Caricatures and other separate prints by George Cruikshank, engraved between the years 1803-1871: the unique collection formed by Captain Douglas, 1803-1871: Guide and Index.
Author
Houghton Library, Harvard College Library
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hou01632

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