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  • St Bartholomew's Hospital, London: the courtyard with eight people. Engraving by R. Sands after J. P. Neale, 1815.
  • A variety of beggars, members of the organization of the "Argot". Wood engraving by A. Rivaud after a tapestry in Reims.
  • Three men wearing orthopedic apparatus exercising; another is strapped into leg braces. Aquatint by P. Sandby (?), 1783.
  • A man with one foot moves with crutches accompanied by a little girl wearing a hat and her arm in a sling. Engraving with etching by P. Quast.
  • A variety of beggars, members of the organization of the "Argot". Wood engraving by A. Rivaud after a tapestry in Reims.
  • A woman doctor bandaging a young woman's hand. Mezzotint, 1787.
  • A gouty man seeking comfort in licentious surroundings. Coloured etching by T. Rowlandson, 1785.
  • Invalided soldiers in the garden of Fort Pitt, Chatham.
  • A bearded beggar dressed in rags walking on two crutches. Etching by R. Blake after J. Callot.
  • An obese gouty man exclaiming angrily. Coloured etching by N. Heideloff, 1806, after G. Sauley.
  • Christ healing the lame at the pool of Bethesda. Etching by M. Sorello after S. Conca.
  • Boer War: a one armed man helps a one legged man. Wash drawing by H.H. Piffard.
  • Two sailors with amputated legs, an eyepatch and an amputated arm moving with the aid of crutches. Etching by S.B., 1783.
  • A man wearing a 'german corn plaster', which has caused his leg to shrink. Coloured reproduction of an etching.
  • The crutch polka / by Paul Favart.
  • The pool of Bethesda. Oil painting by L. Chéron, ca. 1683.
  • Crowds gather as Christ heals sick people. Engraving by T. Phillibrown after B. West.
  • Christ healing the lame at the pool of Bethesda. Etching after P. Caliari, il Veronese.
  • Crowds of sick people and their families making the pilgrimage to Lourdes in the hope of a miraculous cure. Reproduction of a wood engraving after H. Lanos.
  • Queen Victoria with her entourage visiting invalided soldiers at Fort Pitt Hospital, Chatham. Wood engraving, 1855.
  • Queen Victoria and Prince Albert visiting soldiers wounded in the Crimean War, at Brompton Hospital, Chatham. Coloured lithograph by J.A. Verner, 1855, after J. Tenniel.
  • Doctor Bossy, an infamous medicine vendor, selling his wares to a crowd of sick and lame people at Covent Garden, London. Etching, 1795, after A. van Assen.
  • A gouty patient having his pulse taken by a doctor; representing George IV's opposition to Catholic emancipation, and Wellington's support of it. Coloured etching by T. Jones, 1829.
  • An old man with two crutches is sitting on the steps of a church begging for alms from two women entering the church. Etching by A. Legros.
  • A doctor giving a woman some medicine in front of a group of disagreeing men; representing Dr. Musgrave's attempt to bring charges against a group of politicians who had allegedly taken bribes from the French to complete the Treaty of Paris in 1763. Etching, 1769.
  • A man with gout seated at a table drinking with a parson and a woman. Coloured etching.
  • Crimean War: recuperating soldiers being nursed. Wood engraving by L. Huard.
  • Three men wearing orthopedic apparatus exercising; another is strapped into leg braces. Aquatint by P. Sandby (?), 1783.
  • Christmas benefit at University College Hospital, London. Wood engraving after G. Durand, 1874.
  • Doctor Bossy, an itinerant medicine vendor, selling his wares on stage with assistants at Covent Garden, London. Etching by W. Birch, 1792, after A. van Assen.