English People in the Eighteenth Century

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The Custom House, London32
From Thomas Malton, Picturesque Tour through the Cities of London and Westminster, 1792 British Museum, Department of Printed Books
Smugglers Attacked32
From an engraving by R. Earlom, 1793 British Museum, Department of Printr and Drawings
Trade Card for the Liverpool Packet, 179433
British Museum, Department of Prnt., and Drawing,
The Funeral of Trade, 178533
British Museum, Department of Prints and Drawings
Portrait Group by Daniel Gardner, 177548
From the painting in the possession of the Earl of Omlow
Group of Englishmen in Rome, attributed to Reynolds48
From a painting surmounting a mirror in the possession of the Hon. Mrs. Ionides
The Morning Visit49
From Tim Bobbin, Human Passions Delineated, 1773 British Museum
London Merchants at the Royal Exchange49
From an engraving by Bartolozzi after a drawing by J. Chapman in which the figures were by de Loutherbourg, 1798 From The original in the Guildhall Library
The Attorney and the Steward64
From etchings by Rowlandson after drawings by G. M. Woodward, 1799
Harvest Home64
An illustration by Rowlandson from The Totr of Dr. Syntax in Search of the Pietwefqw, 1815 British Museum, Department of Printed Books
The Cottage Girl65
From J. A. Atkinson, Picturesque; Representation of Naval, Military and Miscellaneous Cosimme of Grwt Britain, Volume I, 1807 British Museum, Department of Printed Books
A Farmer and his Wife65
From an etching by Rowlandson, 1787 British Museum, Deparment of Printi and Drawings
Old Palace Yard, Westminster80
From an engraving by Medland, 1796 British Museum, Department of Prints and Drawings

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