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[Offerings to the sacred creatures (continued from the previous plate).]

Plate from blackwork ornament designs for gold- and silversmiths

Pastorals plate 9

Livre de toutes sortes de feuilles servant à l'orfèvrerie Plate 2

[Plate. Top scene is group of men pointing out their shadows on the ground; bottom scene is artist using lamp to project shadows onto a wall.]

[Plate. Parts of skeleton, nude man pulling sock over leg.]

The first plate of the regalia : the open pall, the supertunica of cloath of gold, the surcoat of crimson sattin, a armilla, the colobium sindonis, a buskin, a sandall, the spurrs, the ampulla or eaglet, the anointing spoon, King Edwards Chair in which his Majestie was crownd, curtana or the sword of mercy, the second sword, the third sword.

The second plate of the regalia : St. Edward's crown, The crown of state, the orbe, the queens circle, the crown wherwith the queen was crowned, the rich crown, the king's coronation ring, St. Edward's staff,..., the Queen's scepter.

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 5 [Her death]

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

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 5 [Her death]

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

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

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

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

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]

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 6 [Her funeral]

AHarlot's Progress, Plate 6 [Her funeral]

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

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

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...]

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 7 [Happy the Man...]

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

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

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

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

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 IV. [The Toilet Scene]

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

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

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

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 II. [The Breakfast Scene]

Marriage A-La-Mode (Plate I) [The Contract]

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

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

Marriage A-La-Mode (Plate I) [The Contract]

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

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

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 Idle 'Prentice Executed at Tyburn [plate 11]

The Idle 'Prentice Executed at Tyburn [plate 11]

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

The Industrious 'Prentice Lord-Mayor of London [plate 12]

The Industrious 'Prentice Lord-Mayor of London [plate 12]

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

The Industrious 'Prentice Alderman of London, the Idle one brought before him & Impeach'd by his Accomplice [plate 10]

The Idle 'Prentice at Play in the Church Yard, during Divine Service [plate 3]

The Idle 'Prentice at Play in the Church Yard, during Divine Service [plate 3]

The Industrious 'Prentice Alderman of London, the Idle one brought before him & Impeach'd by his Accomplice [plate 10]

The Industrious 'Prentice performing the Duty of a Christian [plate 2]

The Idle 'Prentice Executed at Tyburn [plate 11]

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

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

The Industrious 'Prentice a Favourite and entrusted by his Master [plate 4]

The Fellow 'Prentices at their Looms [plate 1]

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

The Industrious 'Prentice a Favourite and entrusted by his Master [plate 4]

The Idle 'Prentice turned away and sent to Sea [plate 5]

The Idle 'Prentice betray'd by his Whore, and taken in a Night Cellar with this Accomplice [plate 9]

The Idle 'Prentice turned away and sent to Sea [plate 5]

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

The Industrious 'Prentice performing the Duty of a Christian [plate 2]

The Industrious 'Prentice Lord-Mayor of London [plate 12]

The Industrious 'Prentice performing the Duty of a Christian [plate 2]

The Idle 'Prentice at Play in the Church Yard, during Divine Service [plate 3]

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

The Industrious 'Prentice Alderman of London, the Idle one brought before him & Impeach'd by his Accomplice [plate 10]

The Idle 'Prentice turn'd away, and sent to Sea [plate 5]

The Idle 'Prentice betray'd by his Whore, and taken in a Night Cellar with this Accomplice [plate 9]

The Fellow 'Prentices at their Looms [plate 1]

The Idle 'Prentice betray'd by his Whore, and taken in a Night Cellar with this Accomplice [plate 9]

The Fellow 'Prentices at their Looms [plate 1]

The Industrious 'Prentice a Favourite and entrusted by his Master [plate 4]

Carceri d'invenzione. [Title Plate]

Analysis of Beauty, Plate I

Analysis of Beauty, Plate II

Analysis of Beauty, Plate II

AnElection Entertainment. Plate I.

AnElection Entertainment. Plate I.

AnElection Entertainment. Plate I.

AnElection Entertainment. Plate I.

France, Plate 1st

England, Plate 2d

Canvassing for Votes. Plate II.

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