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  • A sick man at home in bed discussing his case with three physicians. Watercolour by T. Müller.
  • A physician talking to a patient about his illness, the patient is holding a basket containing a urine flask. Engraving.
  • Bodleian Library, Oxford: two panoramic views of the interior and a key. Line engraving by D. Loggan after himself.
  • A busy street corner with traders stopping for a tankard of beer and an artist painting a pub sign. Engraving, c. 1751, after W. Hogarth.
  • A short dentist (standing on a stool) extracting a tooth from an extremely tall lady who in her agony kicks over his work table. Coloured etching by G. Cruikshank, 1821, after A.E.
  • Interior of a pharmaceutical laboratory behind a shop, with people at work, the shop is visible through a doorway. Engraving, 1747.
  • An omniscient virtuoso gestures boastfully at all the knowledge that lies available to him. Etching by G.M. Mitelli, c. 1700.
  • A gouty man seeking comfort in licentious surroundings. Coloured etching by T. Rowlandson, 1785.
  • Astronomy: an astronomer in his study, reading, while holding a pair of dividers. Woodcut.
  • A busy street corner with traders stopping for a tankard of beer and an artist painting a pub sign. Engraving by T. Cook, c. 1800, after W. Hogarth.
  • The London Institution: the interior of the library. Drawing by H. Ansted, 1824.
  • Episcopal Seminary, Bruges: the interior of the library. Lithograph by H. Borremans after himself, 1837.
  • A physician examining a urine specimen in which a faint figure of a baby is visible, a female patient is crying and being shouted at by her angry mother, indicating that she is pregnant. Watercolour by I.T., 1826.
  • Astronomy: an astronomer [?] in his study, looking out of the window. Lithograph by M. Jackson after J. G.
  • Proceedings of the AIDS Conference 1986, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : edited by Peter Jones / Intercept Limited.
  • King's College, London: the interior of the theatre on prizegiving day. Engraving by H. Melville after T. H. Shepherd, ca. 1841.
  • A physician in his surgery examining a little boy's tongue, his sister waits for him holding a large umbrella. Wood engraving after H.B. Roberts.
  • A physician examining urine. Mezzotint by R. Houston after A. van Ostade.
  • An old physician is taking a young woman's pulse and pointing to her heart, implying that she is suffering from lovesickness, the physicians' assistant is grinning and mixing a concoction. Engraving by I.S. Helman, 1775, after J.B. Leprince, 1773.
  • Melancholia: a female figure contemplating a skull, surrounded by attributes of knowledge and learning. Engraving after D. Fetti.
  • The British Museum: the King's Library, with visitors. Wood engraving, 1851.
  • The British Museum: the interior of the reading room, in use. Wood engraving by [I.C.] after C. Gregory, 1874.
  • The young Christ lectures the doctors of the Temple. Engraving by E. Rouargue.
  • A physician talking to a patient about his illness, the patient is holding a basket containing a urine flask. Engraving.
  • Residents of Ephesus burn their books on the magic arts before Saint Paul. Engraving, 18th century, after J. Thornhill.
  • Catalogue of a bookseller's retail stock : comprising a variety of standard, miscellaneous works, juveniles, etc. : to be sold at auction / by Joseph Leonard, no.37 Tremont Row, on Tuesday, October 19, 1847.
  • Ambroise Paré, as an apprentice barber-surgeon in a busy shop in Paris. Wood engraving by J. Ansseau after E. Morin.
  • Personifications of medicine, pharmacy and surgery. Oil painting after (?) Nicolas de Larmessin.
  • A busy street corner with traders stopping for a tankard of beer and an artist painting a pub sign. Engraving, c. 1751, after W. Hogarth.
  • The British Museum: the reading room, with many readers. Engraving by H. Melville after T. H. Shepherd.