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Night

Night

Scene near Charing Cross with le Sueur's equestrian statue of Charles I in the background and celebrations of the anniversary of the Restoration of Charles II (29 May, known as "Oak Apple Day"). In the foregrou... More

Night

Night

Scene near Charing Cross with le Sueur's equestrian statue of Charles I in the background and celebrations of the anniversary of the Restoration of Charles II (29 May, known as "Oak Apple Day"). In the foregrou... More

Pl. 12. The industrious 'prentice, Lord Mayor of London.

Pl. 12. The industrious 'prentice, Lord Mayor of London.

The Lord Mayor's carriage entering Cheapside surrounded by a mob and with spectators, including the Prince and Princess of Wales, on stands and at every window; to right, the east end of St Paul's Cathedral. Co... More

The stage coach, or the country inn yard

The stage coach, or the country inn yard

Scene outside the 'Old Angle In', an inn with the sign of an angel that gives the proprietor as 'Toms. Bates', and a stop for coaches on the road to London. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

The second stage of cruelty

The second stage of cruelty

A street scene outside Thavies Inn, Holborn. In the foreground, a coach has overturned and four lawyers scramble out while Tom Nero, the coachman, beats the injured horse; other cruel and careless incidents tak... More

The political cartoon, for the year 1775

The political cartoon, for the year 1775

Mansfield drives an open coach carrying George III and North toward a cliff. North looks on with approval -- only Chatham and Camden try to stop the coach. Across the waters America burns. Courtesy of Boston Pu... More

The case is altered

The case is altered

The election has gone against Sir Cecil Wray, and he has to turn elsewhere ; Fox, it will be remembered, in addition to his return for Westminster, was elected for Kirkwall (Scotland), and in the print he is sh... More

The times : Or a view of the old house in little Britain with nobody going to Hannover

The times : Or a view of the old house in little Britain with nobody g...

The Old House is seemingly in a bad way ; the foundation is Public Credit ; the Funds, represented as a grilled gate, are secured with a huge padlock ; the Royal Crown and Sceptre are placed on a block, and mar... More

Post house
Outlines of figures, landscape, & cattle, etched by T. Rowlandson, for the use of learners, no. 6 or 8

Outlines of figures, landscape, & cattle, etched by T. Rowlandson, for...

A number of small scenes on one page, various subjects. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Reigate
Sutton
Outlines of figures, landscape, & cattle, etched by T. Rowlandson, for the use of learners, no. 1, 2, 3 or 4

Outlines of figures, landscape, & cattle, etched by T. Rowlandson, for...

22 small scenes on one page, various subjects. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Cuckfield
A sudden squall in Hyde Park

A sudden squall in Hyde Park

The fashionable throngs which Rowlandson, with his marvellously faithful pencil, has so often drawn, disporting themselves in the paths of frivolity amidst the haunts of the ton, are viewed by him under a more ... More

A sudden squall in Hyde Park

A sudden squall in Hyde Park

The fashionable throngs which Rowlandson, with his marvellously faithful pencil, has so often drawn, disporting themselves in the paths of frivolity amidst the haunts of the ton, are viewed by him under a more ... More

Outlines of figures, landscape, & cattle, etched by T. Rowlandson, for the use of learners, no. 7

Outlines of figures, landscape, & cattle, etched by T. Rowlandson, for...

13 small scenes on one page, various subjects. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

A comfortable nap in a post chaise

A comfortable nap in a post chaise

A well-fed easy-going pair, reposing in a jogging post-chaise, are soothed into slumber by the motion, and are being rattled along oblivious of their surroundings. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

The review on Wimbledon Common

The review on Wimbledon Common

Light Horse volunteers of London and Westminster, reviewed by His Majesty on Wimbledon Common, July 5, 1798 Courtesy of Boston Public Library

German-nonchalence - or - the vexation of little Boney

German-nonchalence - or - the vexation of little Boney

After the title: 'Vide. The Diplomatique's late Journey through Paris.' Count Starhemberg (left), Austrian Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to England, drives in a post-chaise drawn by two gallo... More

The consular family on their last journey

The consular family on their last journey

Napoleon and his wife are being driven by the Devil in their gilded carriage. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

A cockney & his wife going to Wycombe

A cockney & his wife going to Wycombe

The pair, seated in a gig, drive (r. to left.) along a country road, preceded by a mongrel dog carrying a large bone. The man drives the miserable hack with the air of an expert, flicking a heavy lash over the ... More

Pall Mall
The Ship Inn

The Ship Inn

The Ship Inn, Brighton, 1809 Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Six classes of that noble and useful animal a horse

Six classes of that noble and useful animal a horse

The Race Horse. The War Horse. The Shooting Pony. The Hunter. The Gig Horse. The Draught Horse. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Rural sports. Balloon hunting

Rural sports. Balloon hunting

The balloon is drifting before the wind beyond the control of the aeronaut; a fair voyager is making a terrific descent with a parachute in the midst of a flock of birds ; from the top of a tall tower a gentlem... More

Plate 21, Rowlandson's world in miniature (No. 5) consisting of groups of figures, for the illustration of landscape scenery

Plate 21, Rowlandson's world in miniature (No. 5) consisting of groups...

Scene in a country town, with a two-wheeled one-horse gig stopped at left in front of a large stone archway. An inn at right with four people outside. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Cologne
Two women in horse and carriage (possibly Gertrude S. Kunhardt on left)

Two women in horse and carriage (possibly Gertrude S. Kunhardt on left...

Two women in horse and carriage (possibly Gertrude S. Kunhardt on left). Courtesy of The Trustees of Reservations, Archives & Research Center

Woman, possibly Gertrude S. Kunhardt on left with "Etzel" the Great Dane; man in horse and buggy; house in rear

Woman, possibly Gertrude S. Kunhardt on left with "Etzel" the Great Da...

Woman, possibly Gertrude S. Kunhardt on left with "Etzel" the Great Dane. Man in horse and buggy, house in rear. Courtesy of The Trustees of Reservations, Archives & Research Center

Unidentified man standing in front of horse-drawn carriage in snow; possibly Helen Stevens Coolidge with hat seated in back

Unidentified man standing in front of horse-drawn carriage in snow; po...

Unidentified man standing in front of horse-drawn carriage in snow, possibly Helen Stevens Coolidge with hat seated in back. Courtesy of The Trustees of Reservations, Archives & Research Center

Ashdale Farm. Unidentified man in horse and buggy in front of house with awning.

Ashdale Farm. Unidentified man in horse and buggy in front of house wi...

Ashdale Farm. Unidentified man in horse and buggy in front of house with awning. Courtesy of The Trustees of Reservations, Archives & Research Center

Ashdale Farm, N. Andover, Massachusetts

Ashdale Farm, N. Andover, Massachusetts

Reproduction of a black & white photograph showing Mrs. Gertrude Stevens Kunhardt in front of Ashdale Farm house, seated on wagon, pulled by one horse. Courtesy of The Trustees of Reservations, Archives & Research Center

Two women in horse and carriage (possibly Gertrude S. Kunhardt on left)

Two women in horse and carriage (possibly Gertrude S. Kunhardt on left...

Two women in horse and carriage (possibly Gertrude S. Kunhardt on left). Courtesy of The Trustees of Reservations, Archives & Research Center

Union Street, New Bedford

Union Street, New Bedford

Black and white early 20th century copy photo of 19th century daguerreotype of New Bedford, Massachusetts street scene. Shows Union Street from view facing west; cobblestone street running through center of ima... More

Fire engine

Fire engine

Three horse-drawn carriage fire engine in parade. Courtesy of New Bedford Free Public Library

Turner's blacksmith shop

Turner's blacksmith shop

This is the blacksmith shop of S.H. Turner & Son, which was on a triangle of land between Mill Street and Sterling Road. After this building burned in 1909, a new shop (no longer standing) was built very near t... More