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  • A carriage or bathing machine drawn by a sea monster is driven below cliffs: the animal inside has its tail caught in one of the rear wheels; the coachmen and two other passengers speak. Soft-ground etching.
  • Farm carts, and a weighing device. Engraving by Mutlow.
  • The Foundling Hospital, Holborn, London: a bird's-eye view of the courtyard. Coloured engraving by T. Bowles after L. P. Boitard, 1753.
  • St Luke's Hospital, Cripplegate, London: the facade from the east. Engraving after T. H. Shepherd.
  • The blind school, Southwark. Coloured engraving by R. Acon, 1829, after T. H. Shepherd.
  • A well groomed itinerant medicine vendor selling his wares from a smart carriage. Steel engraving by K. Schüler (?) after F. Piloty.
  • Design for museums at south Kensington. Wood engraving by J. S. Heaviside after B. Sly after R. Kerr, 1864.
  • Phrenological properties of drawing: colour, form, space, order. Etching by G. Cruikshank, 1826.
  • Agriculture: peasants, ploughs and carts of Sardinia. Coloured engraving by A.J. Lallemand after Gonin after Cominotti.
  • The London Hospital, Whitechapel: seen from the northern side of the Whitechapel Road. Wood engraving, after an engraving of c.1753.
  • Queens hospital, Birmingham. Etching.
  • Busy street-life in front of Edinburgh University, Scotland. Line engraving by W.H. Lizars, 1829, after T.H. Shepherd.
  • The Foundling Hospital: the main buildings seen from the north, with a farmyard in the foreground. Engraving by J. P. Malcolm after himself, 1808.
  • A French physician on his rounds with his entourage. Etching by J. Caldwell, 1771, after M. Brandoin.
  • A horse-drawn military ambulance, c. 1850, with one patient being carried on a stretcher. Coloured pencil drawing.
  • Three episodes about the fate of Mr. Rapp's party guests, after an evening of overindulgence. Letterpress and wood engraving.
  • A senior German army doctor being driven at speed in a horse-drawn carriage. Coloured lithograph, c. 1870.
  • The refurbishment (or building) of a Lock Hospital; men with various ailments are stepping out of Pandora's box; a rich, smiling, doctor drives by in a carriage. Coloured etching by T. Williamson, 1802.
  • London Ophthalmic Infirmary, and the Catholic church, Finsbury. Coloured engraving by R. Acon after T. H. Shepherd.
  • Panoramic view of Buxton with a key to the sights. Line engraving by Newman & Co.
  • The Royal museum and foreground. Lithograph by W. Loeillot.
  • Abbot's Hospital, Guildford, Surrey. Line engraving, 1861.
  • Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. Line engraving after T. Jacobsen.
  • Mademoiselle Hardouin, a woman who is paralysed in both legs and has to be transported everywhere. Engraving.
  • An English fool acting as spokesman for a Dutch quack doctor; an ornate border composed of the paraphernalia of quackery surrounds his proclamation. Engraving by G. Bickham.
  • University College, London: the main building. Coloured engraving by T. Higham after W. Wilkins.
  • The blind school, Southwark. Coloured engraving, 1813.
  • Farming: a threshing machine designed by Richard Hornsby mounted on a cart: cutaway side elevation, and details. Wood engraving after R. Hornsby, 1862.
  • The Royal College of Physicians, Trafalgar Square: the facade. Engraving by T. Barber, 1828, after T. H. Shepherd.
  • A doctor meets an old Scottish convalescent who bemoans the cost of health care. Wood engraving, 1914.