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Topic: 1776

1775
1775
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2016
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2016
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Common sense; addressed to the inhabitants of America, on the following interesting subjects
A view of New York, Governors Island, the river &c. from Long Island

A view of New York, Governors Island, the river &c. from Long Island

Print shows a panoramic view of the battle of Long Island.

Yodaime ichikawa danzō

Yodaime ichikawa danzō

Print shows Ichikawa Danzō I, a kabuki actor, full-length portrait, standing, facing slightly left, holding a sword over right shoulder, possibly in the role of a samurai or as Shoki the demon queller.

Plan of the city of New York, in North America: surveyed in the years 1766 & 1767

Plan of the city of New York, in North America: surveyed in the years ...

Cartouche showing allegorical scene with an English trader standing on the shore among barrels and bundles of merchandise and a Native wearing feathered headdress and skirt standing among barrels.

Chandelier, is a wooden frame, whereon are laid fascines or faggots, to cover the workmen while carrying on the approaches

Chandelier, is a wooden frame, whereon are laid fascines or faggots, t...

Print shows a wooden apparatus for protecting men while digging during siege operations.

America, fig. 60 / EM.

America, fig. 60 / EM.

Print shows a female figure representing America, she wears a feathered headdress, holds a bow and arrows, and is depicted with a lizard at her feet and a deer in the background.

General Howe, Esqr. of the Conecticut [i.e., Connecticut] and comander [sic] Army in America / I.M. Probst sc ; Ioh. Mich: Probst exc: AV.

General Howe, Esqr. of the Conecticut [i.e., Connecticut] and comander...

Print shows William Howe, wearing military uniform, seated on horse.

Joseph Thayendaneken the Mohawk chief

Joseph Thayendaneken the Mohawk chief

Print shows Thayendanegea (Joseph Brant), half-length portrait, facing right; in oval.

Tsuyuya uchi tsurunoo

Tsuyuya uchi tsurunoo

Print shows Tsurunoo of Tsuru-ya, a courtesan, full-length, facing left, walking with two young apprentices and a male servant holding a parasol.

Nakamura kumesaburō

Nakamura kumesaburō

Print shows the actor Nakamura Kumesaburō, full-length portrait, standing, facing right, in the role of a woman walking near a stream.

Yodaime iwai hanshirō

Yodaime iwai hanshirō

Print shows the actor Iwai Hanshirō, full-length portrait, standing, portraying a female role.

The village assembly

The village assembly

Caricature of stately dance.

Kayoi komachi

Kayoi komachi

Print shows a man, possibly Fukakusa no Shosho, sleeping while leaning on the shaft of a horse-drawn wagon as Kayoi Komachi peers from behind a curtain on the wagon, which bears the traditional floral design as... more

Seta no sekishō

Seta no sekishō

Print shows bird's-eye view of bridge spanning inlet.

Daimonjiya uchi tagasode

Daimonjiya uchi tagasode

Print shows three women, courtesans, with two young attendants, wearing kimonos and geta.

The death of Warren / M inv. ; Norman sc.

The death of Warren / M inv. ; Norman sc.

Print shows Joseph Warren on bended knee, right hand over chest, left hand on rifle for support, after being mortally wounded during the battle of Bunker Hill, three soldiers stand nearby.

Prospect von Quebec

Prospect von Quebec

Print shows bird's-eye view of the city of Québec.

Take your choice

Take your choice

Print shows two designs topped with crowns, on the left, a pyramid, labeled "Natural and civil liberty", and on the right, the scaffolding which supports the pyramidal structure; from a pedestal labeled "Army",... more

Miss shuttle-cock / R. S. [Monogram, i.e. 'Richard Sneer'].

Miss shuttle-cock / R. S. [Monogram, i.e. 'Richard Sneer'].

"A game of shuttlecock between two men who face each other, standing at opposite sides of the design, each with a raised battledore..." (Source: George)