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A Cotillion

A Cotillion

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Date: 1788
Creator: Gillray, James
Description: One-half of a satirical cartoon depicts dancers in various poses in a horizontal line across the page.
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Economy

Economy

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Date: May 1816
Creator: Rowlandson, Thomas
Description: The humorous illustration depicts people behaving poorly at dinner. There is dialogue written above the heads of the diners.
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Microcosm Dedicated to the London Water Companies: Monster Soup Commonly Called Thames Water, being a Correct Representation of that Precious Stuff Doled Out to Us!!!

Microcosm Dedicated to the London Water Companies: Monster Soup Commonly Called Thames Water, being a Correct Representation of that Precious Stuff Doled Out to Us!!!

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Date: unknown
Creator: Heath, William & McLean, Thomas
Description: The illustration is a satire of the quality of London water.
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Robertena Peelena the Maid of All Work

Robertena Peelena the Maid of All Work

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Date: unknown
Creator: Heath, William
Description: The humorous image depicts a household servant wielding a wet mop that has the words, free trade, written on the bottom.
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Metallic Tractors

Metallic Tractors

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Date: unknown
Creator: Gillray, James
Description: The caption underneath the illustration of a man succumbing to the chicanery of a quack doctor says Metallic-Tractors.
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To Annihilate the Self-hood of Deceit

To Annihilate the Self-hood of Deceit

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Date: unknown
Creator: Blake, William, 1757-1827
Description: In the foreground, a man is seen from behind as he reaches around the neck of a bearded man. Across the top of the work is a frieze of five figures each playing a musical instrument. Across the bottom of the work is text quoting the poet Milton.
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New Year's Card with Characters Fuku and Ju

New Year's Card with Characters Fuku and Ju

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Date: 1911
Creator: unknown
Description: The horizontal oriented postcard is decorated with a English salutation of Happy New Year as well as a Japanese greeting. The design of the card is reminiscent of Art Nouveau.
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The Royal Arms Jubilant

The Royal Arms Jubilant

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Date: 1887
Creator: Mecham, William
Description: Queen Victoria, a lion picking his teeth, a unicorn, coat of arms, champagne, flags, meat on a platter, seascape, boats in the distance are all pictured in this satirical cartoon from the weekly magazine, St. Stephen's Review.
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Caricature of Pizarro Contemplating the Product of His New Peruvian Mine

Caricature of Pizarro Contemplating the Product of His New Peruvian Mine

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Date: 1780/1799~
Creator: Gillray, James
Description: None
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Very Unpleasant Weather, or the Old Saying Verified, Raining Cats, Dogs, and Pitchforks

Very Unpleasant Weather, or the Old Saying Verified, Raining Cats, Dogs, and Pitchforks

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Date: 1820
Creator: Cruikshank, George
Description: A group of people braving the rain and wind are pummeled by cats, dogs, and pitchforks falling from the sky.
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