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Topic: comfort

1735
1735
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2019
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Comfort in the Gout

Comfort in the Gout

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

A word of comfort

A word of comfort

A British satire on the efforts of Charles James Fox to get the Test and Corporation Acts repealed. Joseph Priestley, preaching, speaks for the concerns of the clergy, stating their opposition to "Reynard and A... more

Comfort in the Gout

Comfort in the Gout

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Comfort of a Bed of Roses

Comfort of a Bed of Roses

Charles Fox, in bed with his wife, having a nightmare. To the right, Napoleon jumps to the bed from a cannon with the words "Pour subjugeur le Monde" inscribed on the muzzle; behind him are seen pikes and a ban... more

Comfort, C L - State: Louisiana - Year: [Blank]
General Ward, of Massachusetts, killed in China, October, 1862 General Burgevine, of New York, recently killed in China ; Funeral of German patriots at Comfort, Texas, August 20, 1865.

General Ward, of Massachusetts, killed in China, October, 1862 General...

Head-and shoulders portrait of Frederick Townsend Ward, head-and-shoulders portrait of General Burgevine, and funeral of German Union soldiers at Comfort, Texas.

Words of Comfort (from "The Portfolio")

Words of Comfort (from "The Portfolio")

Sir Hubert von Herkomer (British, Waal, Bavaria 1849–1914 Budleigh Salterton, Devon)

Home Comfort

Home Comfort

Advertisements for coal stove, 1879.

A whiff of comfort

A whiff of comfort

Man, seated, smoking a cigar. Kineo House, Moosehead Lake, Maine.

A hint from the world's fair - why not have a "bureau of public comfort" in every large city? / F. Opper.

A hint from the world's fair - why not have a "bureau of public comfor...

Print shows a vignette cartoon with, at center, a place for Republican's to go to commiserate while awaiting the next election with such stalwart Republicans as George F. Edmunds, John Sherman, William M. Evart... more

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