Photo, Print, Drawing[The monster melo-drama] Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Prints shows a four-footed monster, with the heads of Richard Brinsley Sheridan, John Philip Kemble, Joseph Grimaldi, and Harlequin, suckling playwrights in front of Covent Garden and Drury Lane theaters.
- Contributor: De Wilde, Samuel
- Date: 1807
Photo, Print, DrawingPidgeon hole. A Convent [sic] Garden contrivance to coop up the gods 1 print : engraving, hand-colored. | "A close-up view of one of the 'pigeon holes' which flanked the upper gallery at Covent Garden..." (Source: George)
- Contributor: Rowlandson, Thomas
- Date: 1811
Photo, Print, DrawingWolves triumphant or A fig for public opinion "A corner of the stage (right) at Drury Lane, with a section of the pit in the foreground (left). Kean, as Richard III, postures before his tent, frantically flourishing his sword, and exclaiming Richard is not himself again ha-- ..." (Source: George)
- Contributor: Cruikshank, Robert
- Date: 1825
Photo, Print, DrawingMonday after the "Great St. Leger." or Heroes of the turf paying & recieving [sic] at Tattersalls 1 print : engraving, color. | Quadrangle at Tattersalls filled with groups of betting men including Mr. Tanfield, Lord Sefton, Col. Hylton Jolliffe, Sir L. Skeffington, and John Gully, the ex-pugilist. A Jewish man sells wares from a basket. Over the doorway is a sign, "Horses must not be taken away without being paid for."
- Contributor: Cruikshank, Robert
- Date: 1824
Photo, Print, DrawingThe funeral procession of the celebrated Mr. Jonathan Wild Thief-Taker General of Great Britain & Ireland; together wth a list of ye principal Priggs, Hanging in Effegie, who were taken by him, ... 1 print : engraving, with text. | A poem, "The Complaint of Jonathan Wild," surrounded by images of a funeral/procession, rows of people hanging from gallows, and other scenes.
- Date: 1725
Photo, Print, DrawingA New humorous song, on the Cherokee chiefs Inscribed to the ladies of Great Britain : To the tune of, Caesar and Pompey were both of the horned / 1 print : engraving. | A broadside comprising seven verses in letterpress below an engraving, representing three Red Indian Chiefs in their national costumes; these men are named, "The Stalking Turkey", "The Pouting Pidgeon", "The Man killer". This satire refers to the arrival in London of three chiefs of the Cherokee Nation, on an embassy to the Court of George III, and the impression...
- Date: 1762
Photo, Print, DrawingTaste a-la-mode, 1745 ; Taste a-la-mode, 1790 1 print : engraving ; plate mark 245 x 670 mm, sheet 272 x 698 mm. | Print shows two designs on one plate both showing men and women in different styles of dress in 1745 and 1790 at St. James' Park in front of Buckingham House.
- Contributor: Boitard, Louis-Philippe, Active - Patton, Francis - Holland, William, Active - Boitard, Louis-Philippe - Holland, William
- Date: 1790
Photo, Print, DrawingThe friend of humanity and the knife-grinder,-scene. The borough, in imitation of Mr. Southey's sapphics,-Vide. Anti-Jacobin, p. 15 1 print : engraving, color. | George Tierney and a knife-grinder pushing his wheelbarrow in front of an ale-house.
- Contributor: Gillray, James
- Date: 1797
Photo, Print, DrawingA scene of scenes for the year 1853 1 print : engraving. | Cartoon showing king on pedestal leaning on tablet of 10 commandments, at bottom of which lies broken statue of queen; hanged man, and people with various disagreements in square in front of St. Paul's, London.
- Date: 1853
Photo, Print, DrawingA Woman of all trades, from Covent Garden 1 print : engraving.
- Date: 1782