Three episodes about Mr. Rapp, Mr. Jones and Mr. Manhug - medical students out on a botany field trip. Letterpress and wood engraving, 1842.
Joseph Grimaldi rides on horseback behind Mr Norman astride a tiny horse in a hunting scene from the pantomime, Red Dwarf. Etching by W. Heath, ca. 1811.
Two episodes about three drunken medical students - Mr. Rapp, Mr. Manhug and Mr. Jones arriving back at their digs. Letterpress and wood engraving.
Two episodes about three medical students - Mr. Rapp, Mr. Manhug and Mr. Jones out on a botany field trip at Windsor. Letterpress and wood engraving.
Three episodes about Mr. Rapp, Mr. Manhug, Mr. Jones, Mr. Muff and Mr. Randle and their end of term frolics. Letterpress and wood engraving, 1842.
Mr. Lambkin trying to find a new cure for his illness; riding a horse in wet clothes. Lithograph by G. Cruikshank.
Mr. Lambkin ill trying the recuperative powers of walking and drinking fresh milk. Lithograph by G. Cruikshank.
Three episodes about the further adventures of Mr. Rapp's party guests after much overindulgence. Letterpress and wood engraving.
Thomas Wakley shown as Orpheus with his lyre, opposing the Literary Copyright Act of 1842 on the grounds that he could write poetry according to a recipe; and British tradesmen offering shoddy coats for sale. Letterpress and wood engraving.
Mr. Lambkin playing the fool at a picnic with his loved one and friends. Lithograph by G. Cruikshank.
Episode in Samuel Foote's play The devil upon two sticks: the cobbler Dr Last is examined for entry to the Royal College of Physicians by Dr Hellebore, the president of the college. Mezzotint by J. Finlayson after J. Zoffany, 1769.
Mr. Lambkin and friends in court before a magistrate for being drunken and disorderly. Lithograph by G. Cruikshank.
A man is projecting on to a sheet the images of a magic lantern to three children. Etching by J. Ouvrier after J.E. Schenau, 17--.
Mr. Lambkin behaving in a drunken and disorderly manner resulting in being restrained and arrested by a policeman. Lithograph by G. Cruikshank.
Three episodes about the fate of Mr. Rapp's party guests, after an evening of overindulgence. Letterpress and wood engraving.
A prosperous cobbler in Grub Street recommends his shop to a hungry poet. Etching by I. Cruikshank, 1808.
Mr. Lambkin walking down a street on his way to court a lady, unknown to him a placard has been stuck on to his back declaring his intentions to all. Lithograph by G. Cruikshank.
The death of General Simon Fraser at the Battle of Bemis Heights, Saratoga: key print. Letterpress and etching, 1803, after J. Graham.
Two episodes about the party of Mr. Rapp - a medical student of Joseph Muff, an unscrupulous surgeon. Letterpress and wood engraving.
Gloucester smallpox epidemic, 1896: Mr Perks of Gloucester as a smallpox patient. Photograph by H.C.F., 1896.
Iris: she caries a vase through which the rays of the sun pass to form the rainbow. Engraving by G. Folo, 1814, after G. Head.
The desiccated corpse of a boy, about twelve years old, found in a vault under Saint Botolph's Aldgate old Church in 1742. Coloured etching by H. Rogers, ca. 178-.
The desiccated corpse of a boy, about twelve years old, found in a vault under Saint Botolph's Aldgate old Church in 1742. Coloured etching by H. Rogers, ca. 1779.
Four men in the basket of a balloon with some equipment. Wood engraving by Smyth after a photograph by Mayall.
Pierre Dionis lecturing on surgery at the Saint-Côme lecture theatre in Paris. Engraving by Jean-Baptiste Scotin the younger, 1707.
Mr. Lambkin in an old bachelors' club, completely recovered from his illness and contemplating the errors of his ways. Lithograph by G. Cruikshank.
Mr. Lambkin suffering from excess food and wine, his friends try to make him feel better. Lithograph by G. Cruikshank.
The coffin containing the remains of Mr. Peabody on display in the chapel on board of the ship "The Monarch". Wood engraving, 1869.
A precocious child telling a dentist exactly what is wrong with her teeth. Process print after L. Baumer, 1936.
The lower half of a man with a greatly enlarged scrotum; and a diseased part of the body. Lithograph.
A man in uniform is buying something from the woman with a basket in front of her as another woman looks on in amusement. Lithograph by Charles.
Marianne wearing a Phrygian hat is being chased by a doctor holding an enema and a trade-unionist holding a flag. Colour lithograph by M.R., 25 June 1910.