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  • The seven-headed beast is worshipped by men of all nations, as told in the Book of Revelations. Engraving.
  • A man influenced by the devil to deprive his three daughters of an adequate dowry so that they must stay at home clothmaking. Engraving by T. Galle after J. Stradanus (Van der Straet), ca. 1600.
  • Protection against witchcraft and demons through the name and attributes of Jesus Christ. Woodcuts and letterpress, 159-.
  • An army of demons armed with clysters, one of which is a huge cannon, attack a man tied to a tree; suggesting the awful experience of having an enema. Pen drawing.
  • A woman suffering the pain of colic; illustrated by demons tugging on a rope wound around her stomach. Coloured etching by G. Cruikshank, 1819, after Captain F. Marryat.
  • A devil buggering a man. Gouache painting by an Indian painter.
  • Witchcraft: Robert Hunt, with two other men, surmounted by a devil. Woodcut, 1720.
  • Witchcraft: a witch and a devil in a circle. Woodcut, 1720.
  • A white angel-like figure with wings being embraced by a black demon-like creature with ears with a quote from Friedrich Dürrenmatt stating that love is a miracle but evil is never very far away; a warning about AIDS by the AIDS-Hilfe Vorarlberg. Colour lithograph by Kurt Dornig.
  • Tropium Chlordiazepoxide B P : 'turns' the emotional and behavioural effects of anxiety and stress to normality.
  • Witchcraft: witches giving babies to the devil. Woodcut, 1720.
  • The distillery of Deacon Giles seen as the work of the Devil. Coloured wood-engraving after G. B. Cheever, ca. 1835.
  • A witch holding a plant in one hand and a fan in the other. Woodcut, ca. 1700-1720.
  • William Hunter (1718-1783) in his museum in Windmill Street on the day of resurrection, surrounded by skeletons and bodies, some of whom are searching for their missing parts. Engraving, 1782.
  • Witchcraft: witches and devils dancing in a circle. Woodcut, 1720.
  • A gouty man who is drinking wine and playing the cello; the pain is represented by a devil burning his foot. Coloured etching after H.W. Bunbury.
  • A wretched man with an approaching depression; represented by encroaching little devils. Coloured lithograph, 183-.
  • Eleven scenes of witchcraft. Woodcut, 1720.
  • Daniel O'Connell and the devil represented as the Siamese twins joined at the chest; representing alleged atrocities by Roman Catholics. Coloured etching attributed to A. Sharpshooter, 1829.
  • Drs. Hermanus Schaepman and Abraham Kuyper, shown as witches, stoke the fire of a cauldron from which emanate devils; symbolising their struggle to institute suffrage, against prevailing resistance in the Dutch second chamber. Reproduction of a lithograph after Van Geldorp, 1901.
  • Hospital Saturday Fund : [fold-out presentation album of T. Stevens and W.H. Grant's 14 street collection flags from between 1886 to 1897 with a 1996 congratulatory telegram from Mr. and Mrs. Eusden and their business card].
  • Four scenes from W. Combe's verse Dr. Last or the devil upon two sticks, a parody of the Royal college of physicians and John Fothergill (in particular). Engraving, 1771, after W. Combe.
  • The naked are led to hell on the day of judgement. Etching.
  • Daniel O'Connell and the devil attempt to saw an oak beam that unites England and Ireland. Coloured lithograph by H.B. (John Doyle), 1843.
  • Witchcraft: a man on horseback. Woodcut, 1720.
  • A bottle of liquor pointing a finger at a devil; representing alcohol as a cause of delirium tremens. Colour lithograph after I.A. Vol'nova, 1984.
  • A credulous congregation listening to a sermon by a fiery preacher. Engraving by T. Cook, 1798, after W. Hogarth.
  • A magician stands in the middle of a circle holding a stick in one hand and a book in the other as he is watched by the devil in the form of a dragon. Woodcut, ca. 1700-1720.
  • An ill man next to his empty hearth tormented by the miseries of life; presented surrounded by assorted chastising demons. Coloured etching by G. Cruikshank, 1835.
  • A circle of witches dance around a central figure. Woodcut, ca. 1700-1720.