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The times - taken from an original character which appear'd at the masquerade at Lincoln, Decr. the 21st 1769
Destaing. Shewing how he cut the English mens head off
Wide o'er the ocean while Britannia reigns / Bonnor, del. et sculp.
The convention makers
[A Tory and a patriot wrestle for a pine tree banner while an Native watches] / Patas sculp.
The blessed effects of venality
The Englishman in Paris
[Wegens de staat der Engelsche natie, in't jaar 1778]
Le Destin molestant les Anglois
Les Anglois molestes et chatiees
The present state of Great Britain / J. Phillips fecit.
The European diligence
De man in't hembd, of de gefnuikte hoogmoed
Loon na werk 1780
Freedom, peace, plenty, all in vain advance ...
Den Engelsman op zyn uiterste l'Anglois a toute extremitez.
John Bull triumphant
Britania [sic] and her daughter - a song
Die wage der mache ... La balance de la puissance.
John Bulls alternative
Jack England fighting the four confederates
The gig / Wells del.
Labour in vain or let them tug & be da--nd
The state cooks making peace-porridge
Libertas Americana. 4 Juil. 1776 Non sine Diis animosus infans / / dessin de la medaille des etats unis de l'amerique compose par A.E. Gibelin en 1783.
The British lion engaging four powers
Prince Stadhold--r resuming his deliberation
[Britannia attacked by her enemies]
Mrs. General Washington, bestowing thirteen stripes on Britania
Blessed are the peacemakers
Dominion of the sea
The [ass]-headed and [cow-heart]-ed ministry making the British [lion] give up the pull
L--d Shel--, begging Monsieur to make piss or p--e
Peace porridge all hot - the best to be got / T. Colley engd.
Dr. Franklin erhält, als Gesandter des Americanischen FreyStaats, seine erste Audienz in Frankreich, zu Versailles, am 20ten Märtz 1778 / D. Chodowiecki del. et sculp.
Cas du manifeste du Duc de Brunswick
L'Ordre et la marche des puissances coalisees contre la France / composé et gravé par J.B. Louvion.
[L'Ordre et la marche des puissances coalisees contre la France] / composé et gravé par J.B. Louvion.
The faith of treaties exemplified or John Bull's last effort to oblige his false friends / S.W.F.
General Monkey and General Wolfe!!
The first Kiss this Ten Years! - or - the meeting of Britannia & Citizen François
To his royal highness Fredrick Duke of York, this plate of Satan holding th prepondrence of power; or, Bounaparte's threat, is most humbly inscribed, by E. Sanders
Tiddy-Doll, the great French gingerbread-baker; drawing out a new batch of kings - his man, Hopping Talley, mixing up the dough / Js. Gillray invd. & fec.
[John Bull and the Yankee barber]
The debilitated situation of a monarchal government . . .
[Man lecturing native people under a tree]
First landing of Americans in Japan, under Commodore M.C. Perry at Gore-Hama July 14th 1853 / W. Heine del. ; E. Brown Jr. direxit. ; lith. of Sarony & Co. N.Y.
Delivery of the President's letter / T. Sinclair's Lith., Philada.
Dinner given to the Japanese commissioners on board U.S.S.F. Powhatan / from nature by W. Heine ; Js. Queen del. ; P.S. Duval & Co., Philada.
The purchase of Cuba pictorially considered, after the passage of the act appropriating thirty millions for the purpose, A.D. Eighteen hundred and ???? / Hoppin.
The Japanese Embassy in New York--scenes and incidents
Ball given by the City of New York to the Japan[es]e embassy at the Metropolitan Hotel, June 25, 1860
Tommy, the censor and Prince's attendant
Washington, D. C. Washington Navy Yard. First Japanese treaty commission to the U. S., 1860
That blessed baby.
Capture of secession varmints / T. Gunn.
Train Extra! Right of free speech! George Francis Train arrested in Faneuil Hall, [Newspaper].
A gentleman in a fix -- An unnatural parent
The Olive branch. Peace and union. How shall we obtain them?
Very probable / TJ.
Britannia sympathises [sic] with Columbia.
The man that blocks up the highway.
The British lion disarmed / McLoughlin R(?) sc. ; Th. Nast.
Chinese Embassy / photographed by J. Gurney & Son.
It is a bad rule that don't work both ways / Th. Nast.
Washington. Presentation of the Japanese Embassy to the President and Cabinet, in the East Room of the Executive Mansion
The apple of discord at the Geneva tribunal / Th. Nast.
[Tightening the grip]
The European plan / Th. Nast.
Too heavily handicapped
The Post has a shy at some recent spring happenings
Richard III up to date
A case for Mr. Bergh
[Irishman (?) gesticulating to German with tankard and pipe who has taken over yard while Uncle Sam argues with German (?) ruler about "extra-territoriality"]
The anti-Chinese wall--The American wall goes up as the Chinese original goes down / F. Grätz.
Under false colors / J. Keppler.
[England's nightmare. The Great Britain Gulliver overpowered and made helpless by French pygmies while asleep]
Too weak to fight - too old to run / F. Graetz.
British benevolence / J. Keppler.
The great floods of 1883 - Germany's need and America's aid / J. Keppler.
Bismarck's boost / F. Graetz.
Thanksgiving / J. Keppler.
Putting a premium on peculation The helping hand. The hospitable hearth. Canada offers every social advantage to enterprising young men of easy morals and financial agility /
The World's International and Cotton Centennial Exposition, New Orleans, La., open from Dec. 1st 1884 to May 31st 1885 / J. Keppler.
In his second childhood / F. Graetz.
Ireland's evil genius / F. Graetz.
"Peace" assured / J. Keppler.
The tale of a tail / J. Keppler.
Peace, but not business / Gillam.
An uneven game / Zimmerman.
Tough on Turkey / Gillam.
A surprise to themselves / Gillam.
Foes in his path - the herculean task before our next president / Gillam.
A new cause for trouble
[Egypt and John Bull]
The angel of peace / J. Keppler.
Das heutige Europa / T.B.
Waiting for the word
More flag-hauling in Hawaii