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Mars stript of his armour or, The army display'd in all its true colours. Containing the characters of I. An army in general. II. A regiment, or battalion. III. A captain-general. IV. A lieutenant-general. V. A major-general. VI. A brigadier-general. VII. A colonel. VIII. A lieutenant-Colonel. IX. A major. X. A captain of the guards. XI. An aid de camp. XII. A partizan. XIII. A spy. XIV. A captain. XV. A lieutenant. XVI. An ensign. XVII. An adjutant. XVIII. A quarter-master. XIX. The chaplain of a regiment. XX. The surgeon. XXI. A serjeant. XXII. A grenadier. XXIII. A private centinel. XXIV. A provost. By a lover of the mathematicks.
- Ward, Edward, 1667-1731.
Phrenological propensities: language, ideality, wit, imitation and approbation, comparison; illustrated by foul-mouthed fishwives, a man imagining ghosts, a woman tricked in a churchyard, Mathews mimicking a phrenologist's lecture, a tall thin man passing a short fat woman. Coloured etching by G. Cruikshank, 1826, after himself.
- Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878.
- 1 August 1826