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  • Formation of the human foetus: five figures, showing the development from five months to nine months gestation. Colour engraving, by J. Pass after D. Dodd, 1794.
  • The martyrdoms of the Bishops Ridley and Latimer: both men are stripped to the waist, tied together to a stake and burnt alive. Etching by Taylor after D. Dodd.
  • The martyrdom of two sisters of Simeon, Bishop of Salencia: Two women, stripped to the waist are shackled to wooden boards and sawn in quarters in a marketplace. Etching after D. Dodd.
  • The martyrdom of seventy Protestants in Rome: a man kneels outside a prison, having the executioner covering his eyes with his hands and is about to have his throat cut while monks avert their eyes in horror. Etching after D. Dodd.
  • Martyrdom of a French bookseller in Avignon: tied to the stake with books bound around his neck a man raises his hands toward heaven while a priest attends to him and a man stokes the fire of the pyre. Etching after D. Dodd, 1765.
  • A man hypnotising a woman using the animal magnetism method. Engraving, 1802, after D. Dodd.
  • The martyrdom of two young ladies, Flora and Mary at the hands of the Saracens in Cordoba: one of the ladies is kneeling down, blindfolded, waiting for the executioner to behead her with his scimitar, while the other lady is looking on, restrained by a servant. Etching after D. Dodd.
  • The martyrdom of Cypriania Bustia: Cypriania lies emaciated and dead in a marketplace, his stomach being devoured by hungry dogs. Etching after D. Dodd.
  • The martyrdom of the French Protestant merchant John Calas: tied to a wheel with his arms and legs spread he is beaten to death in the presence of a priest and with a crowd looking on. Etching after D. Dodd.
  • The St Bartholomew's Eve Massacre: men, women and children are thrown out of windows or slaughtered with swords and pikes on the streets of Paris in 1572. Engraving after D. Dodd, 1765.
  • The martyrdom of Julitta and her infant son Cyricus: while Julitta is on the rack before the governor's throne, an enraged governor is lifting her son to hurl him on the steps of his throne. Etching after D. Dodd.
  • Formation of the human foetus: five figures, showing the development from embryo at conception, to foetus of four months gestation. Colour engraving by J. Pass after D. Dodd, 1794.
  • John Smith, known as Buckhorse, a pugilist. Stipple engraving by R. Cooper, 1822, after D. Dodd.
  • Dissection of the torso of a pregnant woman, showing the internal organs and the foetus. Colour engraving by J. Pass after D. Dodd, 1794.
  • A man hypnotising a woman using the animal magnetism method. Engraving, 1802, after D. Dodd.
  • Ebenezer Sibly. Stipple engraving by J. Pass, 1794, after D. Dodd.
  • The martyrdom of Scottish people who ignored a religious observance: four men are hanging together on a scaffold while a group of people is trying to force a naked woman with an infant to climb into a sack for the purpose of being thrown into the river and drowned. Etching after D. Dodd.
  • Saint Adalbert: his martyrdom. Engraving after D. Dodd, 1765.