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London

Sala regalis cum curia West-Monasterij, vulgo Westminster Haall.

Pascaarte van Engelant, van't voorlant tot Blakeney waer in te sien is de mont van de Teemse ; Rivier van London.

A prospect of the inside of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter in Westminster, from the Quire to the East End, with the furniture thereof, as it apeared before the Grand Proceeding entred; shewing the position of the altar, theatre, thrones, chairs, pulpit, benches, seats and galleries.

A groundplot of part of the citty of Westminster.

Children of the choir of Westminster in number 8; the sergeant porter; the sergeant of the vestry; children of his Majesty Chapel Royal, in number twelve.

The history of the coronation of ... James II ... King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, and of ... Queen Mary ... in ... Westminster ... the 23 of April ... 1685 ... [Title page]

A ground plott of Westminster Hall, shewing the position and dimensions of the severall tables, seats, cupboards, galleries &c on the day of their Majesties coronation. 23 Apr. 1685.

The sub-dean & confessor; the prebemdaroes pf Westminster, in number 12; the dean of Westminster; the master of the tewell house; privy councellors, not peers.

The choir of Westminster in number 16; the groom of the vestry; the organ blower; two sackbuts, and double courtal; gentlemen of the Chapel Royal, in number 32.

A prospect of the inside of Westminster Hall, shewing how the King and Queen, with the nobility and others, did sit at dinner on the day of the coronation, 23 Apr. 1685, with the manner of serving up the first course of hot meat to their Majesties table.

The Queens Majestic; the Bishop of London; the Bishop of Winchester; the Dutchess of Norfork; four earls daughters; sixteen barons of the Qnaue ports; a lady of the Bed chamber; two of her majesties women; gentlemen pensioners.

The closet keeper of the Chapell Royal; the Kings chaplains having dignities, in number 14; Aldermen of London, in number 21.

The Kings Herb-woman, & her 6 Maids, with baskets of sweet herbs & flowers, strewing the way; the deans beadle of Westin; the high constable of Westminster; a fife; drums; the drum major.

The ground plot of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter in Westminster with two profiles relating thereunto...23 Apr. 1685.

North America : corrected from the observations communicated to the Royal Society at London and the Royal Academy at Paris

North America : corrected from the observations communicated tothe Royal Society at London and the Royal Academy at Paris

North America : corrected from the observations communicated tothe Royal Society at London and the Royal Academy at Paris

The Humours of Oxford [frontispiece]

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 5 [Her death]

AChorus of Singers

AChorus of Singers

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 4 [Beating Hemp in Bridewell]

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 5 [Her death]

Sarah Malcolm

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 3 [Apprehended by a Magistrate]

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 1 [Her arrival in London]

Sarah Malcolm

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 4 [Beating Hemp in Bridewell]

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 3 [Apprehended by a Magistrate]

Sganarelle ou le Cocû Imaginaire.

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 1 [Her arrival in London]

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 2 [Quarrels with her Protector]

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 2 [Quarrels with her Protector]

AMidnight Modern Conversation

Rich's Glory, or his Triumphant Entry into Covent Garden

Sarah Malcolm

Sarah Malcolm

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 6 [Her funeral]

AMidnight Modern Conversation

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 6 [Her funeral]

The Laughing Audience

Southwark Fair (or The Humours of a Fair)

ARake's Progress, Plate I [O Vanity of Age...]

ARake's Progress, [Plate 8; Madness...]

ARake's Progress, Plate 6 [Gold, thou bright Son of Phoebus...]

ARake's Progress, Plate 6 [Gold, thou bright Son of Phoebus...]

ARake's Progress, Plate 4 [Reason awakes...]

ARake's Progress, Plate I [O Vanity of Age...]

ARake's Progress, Plate 5 [New to ye School of hard Mishap...]

ARake's Progress, Plate 4 [Reason awakes...]

Woman Swearing a Child to a grave Citizen

ARake's Progress, Plate 7 [Happy the Man...]

ARake's Progress, Plate 2d [Prosperity, (with Horlot's smiles...]

ARake's Progress, Plate 2d [Prosperity, (with Horlot's smiles...]

ARake's Progress, Plate 3 [Woman, form'd for Social Love...]

ARake's Progress, Plate 3 [Woman, form'd for Social Love...]

ARake's Progress, [Plate 8; Madness...]

ARake's Progress, Plate 7 [Happy the Man...]

The Sleeping Congregation

After

Scholars at a Lecture

The Sleeping Congregation

The Company of Undertakers

Before

After

Before

The Company of Undertakers

The Right Hon[oura]ble Frances Lady Byron

The Distressed Poet

The Company of Undertakers

London surveyed or a new map of the cities of London and Westminster and the borough of Southwark. ...

Morning

Strolling Actresses Dressing in a Barn

Night

Evening

Strolling Actresses Dressing in a Barn

Noon

Noon

Evening

Night

Morning

Marriage A-La-Mode. Plate I. [The Contract]

Marriage A-La-Mode (Plate III) [The Scene with the Quack]

Marriage A-La-Mode (Plate VI) [The Death of the Countess]

Marriage A-La-Mode. Plate IV. [The Toilet Scene]

Marriage A-La-Mode (Plate II) [The Breakfast Scene]

Marriage A-La-Mode. Plate V. [The Death of the Earl]

Marriage A-La-Mode (Plate V) [The Death of the Earl]

Marriage A-La-Mode (Plate VI) [The Death of the Countess]

Marriage A-La-Mode (Plate IV) [The Toilet Scene]

Simon Lord Lovat

Simon Lord Lovat

Taste in High Life [small version]

Mr. Garrick in the Character of Richard the 3d

Anno 1720. Habe dise Boehren Hatz nach der Natur gezeichnet.

The Industrious 'Prentice grown rich and Sheriff of London [plate 8]

The Industrious 'Prentice out of his Time and Married to his Master's Daughter [plate 6]

The Stage-Coach, or the Country Inn Yard

The Idle 'Prentice return'd from Sea, and in a Garret with a common Prostitute [plate 7]