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Ann Davis, a woman with smallpox and horns growing out of her head. Stipple engraving by T. Woolnoth, 1806.

Woolnoth, Thomas, 1785-
Date
1 January 1806
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Publication/Creation

London : H.D. Symonds, 1 January 1806.

Physical description

1 print : stipple engraving

Lettering

Ann Davis, the cow-poxed, cornuted old woman, whose portrait is in the British museum. ... Woolnoth del et sculp.

Publications note

Not found in: British Museum Catalogue of political and personal satires, London 1870-1954

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 11759i

Lettering note

Lettering continues: "Dialogue. Q. Had she ever the cow-pox. A. Visable, demonstrable, better than an ox-check & equal in authority to most of Dr. Rowley's 440 cases."

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