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The Royal Joke - or - Black Jacks Delight

The Royal Joke - or - Black Jacks Delight

Cartoon showing the Prince of Wales spanking Mrs. Sawbridge while Alderman Sawbridge, the Parliamentary Reformer, dances and fiddles.

School for boxing

School for boxing

Print shows two men engaged in a boxing match, several men stand nearby; one man seated on a stool seems to be suffering a loss of breath, another man is receiving false black eyes.

[Scenes relating to the life of Charles IV, King of Spain]

[Scenes relating to the life of Charles IV, King of Spain]

Print shows forty-eight numbered scenes relating to the life of Charles IV, King of Spain. In image number forty-one, a man in a balloon is waving a flag to commemorate the accession of Charles IV as King of Sp... more

Niwa no hanami

Niwa no hanami

Print shows three women resting in a park while viewing cherry blossoms.

Supplement to the Independent Journal, New-York, July 2, 1788

Supplement to the Independent Journal, New-York, July 2, 1788

Announcement of details of Virginia's ratificaiton of the Constitution.

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