A satire on the diplomatic situation in 1794, showing French soldiers shooting at raging bull, and saying "Vive la republic, Blood & plunder, no quarter to John Bull!" To the bull's back is strapped a bundle in... more
Print shows two scenes of practical jokes played on unsuspecting friends and two scenes showing the costume of the locals of Hogs Norton.
Print showing American soldiers in the foreground, Boulden's house, and the British troops, as well as General Robert Ross being shot, his horse rearing, and the retreat of the British, with Ross, back to the w... more
Scott, Mackenzie, Wilson, Crabbe, Lockhart, Wordsworth, Jeffrey, Ferguson, Moore, Allen, Campbell, Wilkie, and Constable seated at table.
An illustrated broadside announcing a "general meeting of the friends of Harrison & Reform" in Alton (Illinois) on May 9, 1840. Harrison, in farmer's clothes and broad-brimmed hat, stands next to a plough. Be... more