Chapter 3

Chapter 3

1 329 SECTION 5: APPENDIX Graphs 330 331 Additional graphic material 1.1.1 James Gillray, POLITENESS (11 January 1780, William Humphrey). 2...

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SECTION 5: APPENDIX Graphs

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331 Additional graphic material

1.1.1

James Gillray, POLITENESS (11 January 1780, William Humphrey).

2.1.1

Charles Williams, THE BALANCE of JUSTICE (3 March 1802 , S W Fores).

2.1.2

James Gillray, DREADFUL HOT WEATHER (10 February 1808, Hannah Humphrey).

2.1.3

James Gillray, SAD SLOPPY WEATHER (10 February 1808, Hannah Humphrey).

2.1.4

James Gillray, RAW WEATHER (10 February 1808, Hannah Humphrey).

2.1.5

James Gillray, WINDY WEATHER (10 February 1808, Hannah Humphrey).

2.1.6

James Gillray, DELICIOUS WEATHER (10 February 1808, Hannah Humphrey).

2.1.7

James Gillray, FINE BRACING WEATHER (10 February 1808, Hannah Humphrey).

2.2.1

Isaac Cruikshank, The Farmer's Return - or News from London (21 July 1794, Laurie & Whittle [N38; BM 8583].

2.2.2

Isaac Cruikshank, The Man Milliner (16 December 1793, Robert Sayer) [N25; BM 8413].

2.2.3

Isaac Cruikshank, A MEETING at MARGATE, or a LITTLE MISTAKE (1 Jan 1803, Laurie & Whittle) [LWL pr10368].

2.2.4

Isaac Cruikshank, The Irish Howl or the Catholics in Fitz (20 March 1795, S W Fores) [BM8632].

2.2.5

Frederick George Byron, THE KNIGHT OF THE WOEFUL COUNTENANCE GOING TO EXTIRPATE THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY (15 November 1790, William Holland) [BM 7678].

2.2.6

Isaac Cruikshank, THE MARTYRDOM OF LOUIS XVI KING of FRANCE (1 February 1793, S W Fores) [BM8297].

2.2.7

Isaac Cruikshank, HOW a Great Admiral with a Great fleet, went a Great way, was Lost a Great while, saw a Great sight_ & then came home for a little water (10 December 1793, S W Fores) [BM8353].

2.2.8

Isaac Cruikshank, The BRTISH NEPTINE Riding Triumphant, or he Carmagnols Dancing to the Tune of RULE BRITANNIA (16 June 1794, S W Fores) [BM8469; K101].

332 2.2.9

Thomas Rowlandson, THE CONTRAST 1793 (1 January 1793, S W Fores) [BM 8284].

2.2.10 Isaac Cruikshank, THE ARISTOCRATIC CRUSADE (31 January 1791, S W Fores) [K29]. 2.3.1

William Beechey, Sarah Siddons with Emblems of Tragedy (1793) [NPG5159]

2.3.2

William Hogarth, A Rake's Progress IV (1735) [H31].

2.3.3

William Dent, THE FREE BORN BRITON OR A PERSPECTIVE OF TAXATION (3 February 1790) [BM7625].

2.3.4

George Cruikshank, A FREE BORN ENGLISHMAN! THE ADMIRATION of the WORLD!!! AND THE ENVY of SURROUNDING NATIONS!!!!! (15 December 1819, S W Fores) [BM13287].

2.3.5

William Hogarth, Satan, Sin and Death (A Scene from Milton’s ‘Paradise Lost’) (1735-40) [T00790].

2.3.6

Thomas Rowlandson after William Hogarth, Satan, Sin and Death (1792, John Ogbourne) [T01680].

2.3.7

The Contented Cuckold (c.1673, John Overton) [BMund].

2.3.8

A General Summons to all horrified fumblers to assemble for horn fair (c.1817-1828, T. Batchelar) [Gretton 51].

2.3.9

After Louise Philippe Boitard, Taste à-la-Mode (12 September 1745, Francis Patton) [BM2774].

2.3.10 Isaac Cruikshank, Raising Evil Spirits (20 November 1795) [N54]. 2.3.11 James Gillray, Ladies Dress, as it soon will be. (20 January 1796, Hannah Humphrey) [BM8896] 2.3.12 William Dent, The Sudden Squall (6 October 1786, E. Machlow) [BMund]. 2.3.13 James Gillray, The Graces in a High Wind – a scene Taken from Nature, in Kensington Gardens (26 May 1810, Humphrey) [BM11593]. 2.3.14 [Isaac Cruikshank], The Graces of 1794 (21 July 1794, S W Fores) [BM8571]. 2.3.15 Isaac Cruikshank, Too Much and Too Little or Summer Cloathing for 1556 & 1796 (8 February 1796, S W Fores) [BM8904]. 2.3.16 James Gillray, Harmony before Matrimony (25 October 1805, H. Humphrey) [BM10472]. 2.3.17 James Gillray, Matrimonial - Harmonics (25 October 1805, H. Humphrey) [BM10473].

333 2.3.18 Richard Newton, The Four Stages of Matrimony (15 August 1796, W. Holland) [Alexander 219]. 2.3.19 Richard Newton, Drink to me only with thine Eyes (5 May 1797, W. Holland) [Alexander 251]. 2.3.20 Marcellus Laroon, The merry Milk Maid (c. 1687) [Shesgreen 7.2]. 2.3.21 P. Boitard after Marcellus Laroon, The merry Milk Maid (1759) [Shesgreen 7.3]. 2.3.22 William Hogarth, A Harlot's Progress III (1732) [H20]. 2.3.23 Isaac Cruikshank, The Finishing Touch (13 October 1794, Laurie and Whittle) [BM8586]. 2.3.24 Isaac Cruikshank, ‘Alas Maria!’ in Anon, Savillon’s Elegies: Or Poems written by a Gentleman, A. B. Late of the Unveristy of Cambridge (1795), 122. 2.3.25 Isaac Cruikshank, Preparation for a wedding night (28 February 1814, T Williamson) [BM10186]. 2.3.26 Thomas Rowlandson, English Dance of Death, plate 23 (1816, R. Ackermann). 2.3.27 After William Hogarth, The Company of Undertakers (Bowles & Carver, c. 1790-1800) [BM2308]. 2.3.28 Paddy Bad Tooth of Doctors Differ (28 March 1868, Punch). 2.3.29 DOCTORS DIFFER (1 June 1878, Punch). 2.3.30 Isaac Cruikshank, The Battle of Barbers and Surgeons (14 August 1797, S W Fores) [BM9093]. 2.3.31 Thomas Rowlandson, AGUE & FEVER (28 March 1788, Thomas Rowlandson) [BM7448, RPS PZ178]. 2.3.32 Henry Bunbury, MUTUAL ACCUSATION (3 January 1774, James Bretherton) [BM5279, RPS PZ5]. 2.3.33 Thomas Rowlandson, COMFORTS OF BATH. Pl 1 (6 January 1798, S W Fores) [BM9321, Victoria Art Gallery Bath BATVG : P : 1950.7.h] 2.3.34 Thomas Rowlandson after Richard Newton, A GOING! A GOING!!! (c. 1813, Thomas Tegg ) [RPS PZ95; BM12152]. 2.3.35 Isaac Cruikshank, The Family Physician (20 January 1801, Laurie & Whittle) [N106]. 2.3.36 James Gillray, Petit souper, a la Parisienne; -or- a family of sans-culotts refreshing, after the

334 fatigues of the day (20 September 1792, H Humphrey) [BM8122]. 2.3.37 George Cruikshank, Tremendous Sacrifice (c. 1842). 2.3.38 James Gillray, A DISH of MUTTON-CHOPS. (28 March 1788, S W Fores) [BM7286]. 2.3.39 Thomas West, AN ADDRESS of THANKS from the Faculty to the Right Honble, Mr INFLUENZY for his Kind Visit to this Country (20 April 1803, S W Fores) [RPS PZ128, BMund]. 2.3.40 Isaac Cruikshank after George Woodward, A Consultation of Doctors on the case of Sir Toby Bumper!! (26 Feb 1809, T. Tegg) [BM11468]. 2.3.41 Isaac Cruikshank, Time the Best Doctor (28 January 1803, T. Williamson) [BM10182]. 2.3.42 Anon, A pleasing method of rousing the Doctor – or a Tythe Pig no bad sight (c.1775, Carrington Bowles) [BM3785]. 2.3.43 ‘The Farmer’s Wife and the Parson’ (c.1770, Ralph Wood: Burslem). 2.3.44 Isaac Cruikshank after George Woodward, Clerical Anticipation (11 March 1797, Allen & West) [BM9138]. 2.3.45 Anon, THE VICAR AND MOSES (21 January 1782, Hannah Humphrey) [BM6130]. 2.3.46 Thomas Rowlandson, Vicar and Moses (8 August 1784, Hannah Humphrey) [BM6721]. 2.3.47 Isaac Cruikshank, the ANTIQUITIES of MALMSBURY. (14 February 1792, S W Fores) [BM8063]. 2.3.48 William Hogarth, The Sleepy Congregation (1736) [H36] 2.3.49 Isaac Cruikshank after George Woodward, THE POLITE PREACHER (12 October 1796, Allen & West) [BM9121]. Reissued in 1814. 2.3.50 Isaac Cruikshank after George Woodward, THE FIELD PREACHER (12 October 1796, Allen & West) [BM9122]. Reissued in 1814. 2.3.51 William Hogarth, Industry and Idleness (1746) [H60]. 2.3.52 William Hogarth, The Harlot's Progress VI (1732) [H23]. 2.3.53 [Isaac Cruikshank] after George Woodward, A m(eye)nute regulation of the opera step – or an episcopal examination (9 March 1798, S W Fores) [BM9297]. 2.3.54 James Gillray, Ornaments of Chelsea Hospital; _ or _ a peep into he last Century._ (19 January 1789, Hannah Humphrey) [BM7583].

335 2.3.55 [Isaac Cruikshank], A Lack Water Canal (c. February 1794) [BM8523]. 2.3.56 Isaac Cruikshank, No REFORM, No REFORM (9 April 1795, S W Fores) [BM8635] 2.3.57 A view of London from the top of Albion Mills, south of Blackfriars Bridge (c. 1792). 2.3.58 Augustus Charles Fugin, The Albion Flour Mills, London, burning down in March 1791 (1792) [Microcosm of London]. 2.3.59 Anon, The Albion Mills on Fire (10 March 1791, C. Sheppard). 2.3.60 [Isaac Cruikshank], NEW BASTILLE (c. June 1790) [BM7656]. 2.3.61 [Isaac Cruikshank], A LAUDABLE PARTNERSHIP or Souls and Bodies cured without loss of TIME (3 September 1795, S W Fores) [BM8741; RPS PZ130].

3.1.1

Francis Chesham after Thomas Gainsborough, DUCHESS of KINGSTON (1768) [NPG D1105]

3.1.2

William Dent, A Shakesperean Scene, as performed by the Brighton Company on a late occasion, to which was added the agreeable entertainment of the Mistake (7 August 1786, J Carter) [BM6974]

3.1.3

Charles Williams, THE UNION CLUB MASQUERADE. (7 June 1802, S W Fores) [BM9871]

3.1.4

Florizel and Perdita (10 November 1780) [BM5767]

3.1.5

James Gillray, MONUMENTS lately discovered on Salisbury Plain (Hannah Humphrey, 15 June 1782) [BM6115]

3.1.6

THE LADIES CHURCH YARD (22 September 1783, B Pownall) [BM6263]

3.1.7

James Sayers, The Mirror of Patriotism (20 January 1784, James Bretherton) [BM6380]

3.1.8

Richard Newton, September in London – all our Friends out of Town!!! (21 September 1791, William Holland) [Alexander 1]

3.1.9

Isaac Cruikshank, John Bulls Hint for a PROFITABLE ALLIANCE (26 September 1794, S W Fores) [BM8487]

3.1.10 James Gillray, The BRIDAL-NIGHT (18 May 1797, Hannah Humphrey) [BM9014] 3.1.11 Isaac Cruikshank, The Wedding Night (20 May 1797, S W Fores) [BM9015] 3.1.12 James Gillray, FASHIONABLE-JOCKEYSHIP (1 June 1796, Hannah Humphrey) [BM8811]

336 3.1.13 [James Gillray], The Constant Couple (24 February 1786, James Phillips) [BM6918] 3.1.14 J. Ward after W. Beechey, George III with the Prince of Wales and Duke of York reviewing troops (1 June 1799) [Bindman213] 3.1.15 Richard Newton, A Sketch from Highlife (1791) [Alexander3] 3.1.16 Isaac Cruikshank, The LILLIPUTAN SATIRISTS (22 June 1797, S W Fores) [BM9088]. 3.1.17 Isaac Cruikshank, SYMPTOMS of LOVE!! (1 January 1796, S W Fores) [Bmund]. 3.1.18 George Cruikshank, EXTERMINATION. or Buying up and Burning SHAME. (April 1809, John Johnston) [BM11313] 3.1.19 Isaac [& George] Cruikshank, CHURCH PROMOTIONS, or how to Scale a Pulpit! (25 February 1809, S W Fores) [BM11224] 3.1.20 Isaac Cruikshank, Studying Politics, Or the Bon Companians (15 September 1790, Robert Sayer) [N10; BM7806] 3.1.21 Isaac Cruikshank, Captain Wattle and Miss Roe (4 April 1798, Laurie & Whittle) [N82; BM9324] 3.1.22 Isaac Cruikshank, A Scene in the GAMESTER. (8 February 1792, S W Fores) [BM8062] 3.1.23 George Cruikshank, The COURT of LOVE, or an ELECTION in the ISLAND of BORNEO (1 November 1812, M Jones) [BM11914] 3.1.24 William Elmes, THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW OF DEATH (18 December 1812, Thomas Tegg) [BM11921] 3.1.25 E. Cotin, Bob's the Whole (1741, George Bickham) [BM2464] 3.1.26 George Woodward, Puzzles for Patriots!! (8 September 1803, Holland) [Curzon b.12(53)]. 3.1.27 George Woodward, Puzzles for punsters: A medley for screens (26 May 1801, S W Fores) [Curzon b.11(79)] 3.1.28 Isaac [& George] Cruikshank, An IRISH INTRODUCTION to a ROYAL PULPIT (16 March 1809, S W Fores) [BM11255] 3.1.29 Isaac & George Cruikshank, A STANDING TOAST in the ARMY. (17 March 1809, S W Fores) [BM11259]

337 3.1.30 [Charles Williams], Mrs CLARKE'S BREECHES. (March 1809) [BM11278] 3.1.31 George Cruikshank, PARADISE REGAINED!!! (June 1811, John Johnston) [BM11726] 3.1.32 Isaac [& George] Cruikshank, HONI.SOIT.QUI.MAL.Y.PENSE. (July 1809, John Johnston) [BM11343] 3.1.33 Charles Williams, THE MAGICAL NOTE. Which Nobody Dictated. Nobody Wrote. (January 1810, S W Fores) [BM11526] 3.1.34 England’s Memorial of its Wonderfull deliverance (c. 1688) [BM1186] 3.1.35 Isaac Cruikshank, This is the House that Jack Built (2 January 1792, S W Fores) [BM 8163] 3.1.36 Thomas Rowlandson, THIS IS THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT (27 September 1809, Thomas Tegg) [BM11414] 3.1.37 Isaac Cruikshank, Luck in the Lottery (c. 1794) [N35] 3.1.38 James Gillray, BANCO to the KNAVE. (12 April 1782, Hannah Humphrey) [BM5972] 3.1.39 Isaac Cruikshank, HINTS towards a CHANGE of MINISTRY (1 February 1797, S W Fores) [BM8982] 3.1.40 James Gillray, For improving the Breed_ (24 October 1796, Hannah Humphrey) [BM8827] 3.1.41 Richard Newton, OVER WEIGHT_OR THE SINKING FUND_OR THE DOWNFALL OF FARO. (14 March 1797, S W Fores) [BM9080] 3.1.42 Isaac Cruikshank, A Box-Lobby Challenge (12 May 1794, Laurie & Whittle) [W30] 3.1.43 Charles Williams, A parody on Macbeth's soliloquy, at Covent Garden Theatre. Boxes 7/-. (October 1809, E Walker) [BM11423] 3.1.44 Isaac & George Cruikshank, Killing no Murder, or a New Ministerial way of Settling the affairs of the Nation!!. (September 1809, John Johnston) [BM11371] 3.1.45 James Gillray, Mendoza (24 April 1788, J. Aitkin) [BMund] 3.1.46 James Sayers, Mr Burke's Pair of Spectacles for short sighted Politicians (1 May 1791, James Sayers) [LWL 07158]

3.2.1

Anon, The Ansterdam Bug a Boh's 1759 (c. 1759) [BM3698).

338 3.2.2

Thomas Rowlandson, The Contrast 1792 (December 1792) [BM8149].

3.2.3

Anon, EVERY MAN IN HIS OWN HUMOUR (c. 1740) [BM5681].

3.2.4

Isaac Cruikshank, The new Consular Waltz (9 My 1803, T Williamson) [BM10001; Curzon b.4(16)].

3.2.5

James Gillray, DILETTANTI-THEATRICALS; _or_a Peep at the Green Room._vide Pic-Nic orgies (18 February 1803, Hannah Humphrey) [BM10169].

3.2.6

Sir Thomas Lawrence, John Philip Kemble (1812) [NPG 6869].

3.2.7

Richard Newton, John Philip Kemble (January 1798) [NPG D21610].

3.2.8

Anon, Jews receiving Stolen Goods (11 October 1777, Sayer & Bennett) [BM5468].

3.2.9

Thomas Rowlandson, REPEAL of the TEST ACT. (20 Feb 1790, S W Fores) [BM7629].

3.2.10 Isaac Cruikshank, EASIER to say than do! (14 April 1803, Thomas Williamson) [BM9979]. 3.2.11 Isaac Cruikshank, JOHN BULL HUMBUGG’D alias Both Ear’d (12 May 1794, S W Fores) [BM8458]. 3.2.12 After George Moutard Woodward, THE WISE SCHOOLMASTER (1 March 1792, S W Fores) [BM8221]. 3.2.13 Charles Williams, THE GROANS and Dissolution of ALL the TALENTS. (c. May 1807) [BM10727]. 3.2.14 William Dent, THE ROAD TO RUIN (20 March 1792) [BM8073]. 3.2.15 Charles Williams after George Moutard Woodward , A POLITICAL FAIR (1 October 1807, Thomas Tegg) [BM10763]. 3.2.16 Isaac Cruikshank, The FAITH of TREATIES Exemplified or JOHN BULLS last Effort to Oblige his False FRIENDS (17 July 1794, S W Fores) [BM8477]. 3.2.17 Isaac Cruikshank after George Woodward, A NEW DUTCH EXERCISE (1 April 1795, S W Fores) [BM 8633]. 3.2.18 Isaac Cruikshank, A STROKE at the PLENIPO or Mary's Mistake (25 April 1791, S W Fores) [BM8012]. 3.2.19 After Isaac Cruikshank, Jug printed in red with 'The MARTYR of EQUALITY' (c. 1793, Staffordshire) [Bindman 110].

339 3.2.20 Anon, Sal Dab giving Monsieur a Receipt in full. (29 May 1776, Sayer & Bennett) [BM4623]. 3.2.21 Henry Bunbury, VIEW ON THE PONT NEUF AT PARIS (1 October 1771, John Harris) [BM4763]. 3.2.22 Isaac Cruikshank, DREADFUL FEARS of INVASION!! (2 August 1803, Thomas Williamson) [BM10049]. 3.2.23 George Cruikshank, Monstrosities of 1783 & 1823._ (1 January 1823, George Humphrey) [BM14595]. 3.2.24 William Dent, A SCOTCH REEL._ OR. SAWNY'S JOYFULL TURN INTO OFFICE. (30 January 1793, J. Aitken) [Bmund]. 3.2.25 Isaac Cruikshank, TIME the best DOCTOR (28 January 1803, Thomas Williamson) [BM10183]. 3.2.26 Richard Newton, A FLIGHT of SCOTSMEN! (3 September 1796, William Holland) [Alexander 221]. 3.2.27 Isaac Cruikshank, The TRIUMPH of BACCHUS or a Consultation on the Additional WINE DUTY!!! (26 April 1796, S W Fores) [Bmund]. 3.2.28 James Gillray, OPENING of the BUDGET; _ or _ John Bull giving his Breeches to save his Bacon (17 November 1796, Hannah Humphrey) [BM8836]. 3.2.29 James Gillray, LILLIPUTIAN-SUBSTITUTES, Equiping for Public Service._ (28 May 1801, Hannah Humphrey) [BM9722]. 3.2.30 Isaac Cruikshank, Scotch Cleanliness (September 1810, Thomas Tegg) [BM11650]. 3.2.31 Isaac Cruikshank, Paddy and the Fireman (16 March 1798, Laurie & Whittle) [N80]. 3.2.32 James Gillray, PADDY on HORSEBACK (4 March 1799, William Humphrey) [BM5605]. 3.2.33 Isaac Cruikshank, A SCENE in the ENCHANTED ISLAND (6 December 1798, Allen & West [BM9276]. 3.2.34 James Gillray, United Irishmen in Training (13 June 1798, Hannah Humphrey) [BM9229]. 3.2.35 James Gillray, United Irishmen on Duty (12 June 1798, Hannah Humphrey) [BM9228]. 3.2.36 Isaac Cruikshank, THE IRISH SMUGGLERS (12 January 1808, Laurie & Whittle) [BM11193]. 3.2.37 Isaac Cruikshank after George Woodward, The IRISH POETS GRACE to a Short allowance (14 January 1807, Thomas Tegg) [K538].