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George Moutard Woodward
Woodward, G. M.
Woodward, George Montard
Woodward, George Moutard
Woodward, George Moutard (English caricaturist, ca. 1760-1809)
Woodward, George Murgatroyd
Two-dimensional nonprojectable graphic
Anónimo inglés s. XVIII
Cruikshank, George (1792-1878)
Cruikshank, Isaac (1756?-1811?)
Rowlandson, Thomas (1756-1827)
Stevens, George Alexander (1710-1784)
Studdy, G. E. (1878-1948)
Studdy, George Ernest (1878-1948)
Tegg, Thomas (fl. ca 1820)
Ward, Leslie Sir, 1851-1922
Whitelaw, George Alexander (1887-1957)
art of walking the streets of London, The
Confederation; or, the First Fruits of Liberty!
Convenção de Sintra
Convention of Cintra, a Portuguese Gambol for the amusement of Iohn Bull, The
dictionary of British Book Illustrators and caricaturists: 1800-1914, The
gay Lothario, The
Irish binding for the Caricature Magazine
John Bull peeping into Brest
[Miseries of human life]
mothers hope, The
Mr and Mrs Bull. Looking over their accounts
National Institute's first interview with their President, The
National opinions on Bononaparte
new phantasmagoria for John Bull!!, A
night constable, The
Odd fellow from Downing Street complaining to John Bull
Off she goes
old clothes auction in the country, An
Old friends with new faces, or welcome visitors to John Bull
old womans complaint, or the Greek alphabet, The
Oratorical hints to members of Parliament
parish meeting, on the subject of invasion! John Bull in the chair, A
Patience at Paddington or angling in the Junction Canal
peep at the gas lights in Pall-Mall, A
political fair, A
poney race, A
Popular opinions on public proceedings
[Practical jokes played on unsuspecting friends, and costumes of the locals of Hogs Norton]
Preparations for the spring campaign
Pretty Polly say when I was away did your fancy never stray to some new lover?
progress of the Empress Josephine, The
Proof positive or no deceiving a sailor
Quaker, and the Commissioners of excise, The
ray of hope, The
Refinement of language
return from a march or a false alarm in a country village!!, A
rival gardeners, The
road to London or the countryman and the Quakers, The
Royal amusement or nature will prevail.!!
sailor and the quack doctor!!, The
sailor at a Quakers funeral, A
sailor's journal, The
sailor sitting for his miniature, A
sailors defence, The
Sailors eating pork
Sailors rigging out poll
Savoyards of fashion or The musical mania of 1799
seamans wifes reconing, A
secret history of Crim Con. figr 1, The
Setting out for Margate
Sir for the great valour shown by your Corps at the late fire at the soap boilers, I present you with these colours
Sketches of Fairy Land or a comparison between England & Lilliput. Pl. 1
Sketches of Fairy-Land or a comparison between England & Lilliput, Pl. 2
Smoking a parson!!
Solomon in all his glory!!
Spy's taken at Greenwich on Easter-Monday
St. Stephens Fair
Stop Doctor I have a little account to settle with you
sudden emotion, A
sudden explosion or The astonishing effect's of quackery, A
sudden thought, A
Supplementary cavalry and infantry
surgeons petition, or The barbers triumphant, The
sweet little girl that I love, The
Symptoms of drunkenness. Sketch 1st, In high spirits!
Symptoms of drunkenness. Sketch 2, Half groggy!
Symptoms of drunkenness. Sketch 3d, Three parts gone?
Symptoms of drunkenness. Sketch 4th, How came you so?
Symptoms of drunkenness. Sketch 5th, As drunk as a Lord?
Symptoms of drunkenness. Sketch 6th, Quite finished?
Symptoms of marching---quick time
Temptation for lawyers
Together let us range the fields
Triumphs of temper!!
turkey in danger, The
unfortunate union; or The old maid in a panic!, An
visit to the doctor, A
Vive la bagatelle
Volunteer wit or not enough for a prime
way to save trouble, The
Welch sailor's mistake or tars in conversation, The
Whims of the moment or The Bedford level!!
Who's afraid or The effects of an invasion!!
Witches in a hay loft
Wonders! Wonders!! Wonders!!!
Wont you come Mr. Mug Vide. Colman
Yorkshire bumkins mistake, The
[You have spoilt all the pipes in my yard]
Young gentlemen in the dress of the year 1798