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Topic: reel

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The thistle reel

Print shows Lords Bute, North, and Mansfield dancing around a large thistle entwined with a garter ribbon bearing the motto "Honi soit qui mal y pense"; Mansfield is holding the "Quebec Bill" in his left hand. ... more

A Scotch reel

"Two couples dancing a reel. The ladies wear the monstrous feathered coiffures then fashionable, see No. 5370, & c. ..." (Source: George)

A translation of nine of the most fashionable quadrilles, consisting of fifty French country dances, as performed in England and Scotland. With explanatory notes. To which are prefixed, a few observations on the style, &c. of the quadrille, the English country dance, and the Scotch reel.

The three chapters that make up this manual are devoted to the merits and performance of the French quadrille, a popular ballroom dance performed by four couples who face each other in a square. In recognizing ... more

Grand Virginia reel and scamperdown at the Whitehouse Washington

Another satire on Andrew Jackson's conflict with French king Louis Philippe over French reparations due the United States under the Treaty of 1831. The artist blames vice-president Van Buren for escalation of a... more

12000 feet lumber in a stationary clothes reel in Washington.

Woman hanging laundry on line attached to large stump.

Laurel hose reel no. 1--York, Pa., fire department

Coiled fire hose on four-wheeled cart.

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