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Two women open a cupboard in which a skeleton stands. Engraving by Brown after W.M. Craig, 1819, after E. Haywood.

  • Haywood, Eliza Fowler, 1693?-1756.
Date
Jan.y 1. 1819
Reference
36575i
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Description

An episode in 'The history of Anziana', by Eliza Haywood, in her collection The fruitless enquiry (1727)

Publication/Creation

[London] : T. Kinnersley, Jan.y 1. 1819.

Physical description

1 print : engraving, over etching ; image 14 x 10 cm

Lettering

Search after happiness. Remember, Anziana, it is for your crime that I am thus, let contrition take up the remainder of your days, and peace be a stranger to your soul, till you become as I am. Brown scl. W.M. Craig del.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 36575i

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  • English

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