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  • New York Infirmary and Women's Medical College, New York City. Coloured wood engraving.
  • Crowds of old and infirm people arrive at the fountain of youth to drink the special water; to the left are a group of youthful people dancing and singing, rejuvenated by the spring. Engraving by Boilard, ca. 1720.
  • 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.
  • Town Hospital, Guernseey, Channel Islands: parade coming from the hospital. Lithograph by C. Haghe after De Garris.
  • A Russian gentleman being driven in a two-horse town carriage (or droschki), while a small dog runs alongside. Lithograph after A.O. Orlowski, ca. 1821.
  • Princess Alexandra taking a carriage ride with a convalescing Prince Albert Edward. Wood engraving by H. Harral, 1872.
  • A cart for transporting the dead in London during the great plague. Watercolour painting by or after G. Cruikshank.
  • Freetown, Sierra Leone: African men wearing loincloths are pulling the carriage of a European man holding a rod. Lithograph, 1830.
  • A Lowther cart: side view. Pen and ink drawing by Hamshaw.
  • A Scottish shepherd telling a doctor on the roadside about the death of his wife and how glad he is that he didn't take any of the medicine the doctor had prescribed for his wife. Wood engraving after L. Raven-Hill, 1908.
  • Knightsbridge Chapel: above, the interior, below a vignette of the exterior, with three details of carved inscriptions. Engraving by B. Howlett after R. B. Schnebbelie, 1818.
  • Abbots Hospital, Guildford, Surrey. Line engraving by H. Lacey.
  • The Foundling Hospital, Holborn, London: a bird's-eye view of the courtyard, numbered for a key. Coloured engraving after L. P. Boitard, 1753.
  • Crimean War: ambulances waiting for the wounded near Sebastopol. Wood engraving, 1855.
  • The main avenue, Allées d'Étigny, Bagnères de Luchon. Lithograph by E. Ciceri.
  • St. George's Hospital, Hyde Park Corner. Process print facsimile of an 18th century engraving.
  • Surya the sun deity driving in his chariot. Gouache drawing.
  • A mail-coach, overturned by a locomotive (Stephenson's Rocket). Line engraving, c. 1853 (?).
  • A horse-drawn carriage has arrived at a church in a poor part of a town: a newly wed couple walk down the steps towards it as the coachman holds the door open and spectators stand by. Lithograph by C. Motte after V. Adam.
  • The General Lying-in Hospital, York Road, Lambeth. Engraving by J. Shury, 1830, after N. Whittock.
  • A man driving a a horse-drawn waggon has stopped to ask the way of a man at the side of the road carrying a bundle: he tells him to go back in the opposite direction. Lithograph atributed to E. Purcell after C. Vernet.
  • A storm in a wild and rocky landscape: lightning flashes while a man drives a a coach and four hourses through the darkness. Mezzotint by S.W. Reynolds the elder after G. Morland, 1798.
  • Wounded soldiers being taken to hospital by ambulance. Wood engraving by J. Gaildrau, 1854.
  • The bureau of wet nurses in Paris - wet nurses waiting to be selected. Aquatint after C. Brocas, 1822.
  • London and the River Thames seen from the south, from Westminster to Greenwich. Wood engraving by F. J. Smyth, 1845.
  • Crimean War: Turkish ambulancemen conveying the sick to Balaclava. Wood engraving.
  • The Natural History Museum, South Kensington: plan, above, and the street elevation, below. Photo-lithograph after M. B. Adams, 1879, after A. Waterhouse.
  • The Foundling Hospital, Holborn, London: a bird's-eye view of the courtyard. Coloured engraving by T. Bowles after L. P. Boitard, 1753.
  • A party of finely-dressed women is arriving by carriage and horses at the steps of a mansion set in spacious grounds. Engraving.
  • Bullock's Museum, (Egyptian Hall or London Museum), Piccadilly. Coloured aquatint, attributed to T. H. Shepherd, 1815.