Anne Siggs, an eccentric lame beggar. Engraving, 1804.
- 1 June 1804
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Anne Siggs, of Swallow St. St. James's. A remarkable character, well known in most parts of London.
[London] (16 Paternoster Row) : Alex. Hogg, & Co., 1 June 1804.
1 print : etching and line engraving ; image 17.5 x 12.1 cm
Shearer West, 'Eccentricity and the self', in Andrew Kahn (ed.). Representing private lives of the Enlightenment , Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2010. fig. 19
Wellcome Library no. 1817i