The Works of William Hogarth: In a Series of Engravings With Descriptions, and a Comment on Their Moral Tendency
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The Works of William Hogarth: In a Series of Engravings With Descriptions, and a Comment on Their Moral Tendency

By John Trusler
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  • THE WORKS OF WILLIAM HOGARTH; IN A SERIES OF ENGRAVINGS: WITH DESCRIPTIONS, AND A COMMENT ON THEIR MORAL TENDENCY, BY THE REV. JOHN TRUSLER. TO WHICH ARE ADDED, ANECDOTES OF THE AUTHOR AND HIS WORKS, BY J. HOGARTH AND J. NICHOLS.
    • THE LIFE OF HOGARTH.
    • LIST OF ENGRAVINGS.
      • VOL. I.
    • VOL. I.
  • HOGARTH'S WORKS.
    • THE RAKE'S PROGRESS.
    • PLATE I. THE YOUNG HEIR TAKING POSSESSION.
    • PLATE II. SURROUNDED BY ARTISTS AND PROFESSORS.
    • PLATE III. THE TAVERN SCENE.
    • PLATE IV. ARRESTED FOR DEBT.
    • PLATE V. MARRIES AN OLD MAID.
    • PLATE VI. SCENE IN A GAMING HOUSE.
    • PLATE VII. PRISON SCENE.
    • PLATE VIII. SCENE IN A MADHOUSE.
    • THE DISTRESSED POET.
    • THE BENCH. CHARACTER, CARICATURA, AND OUTRE.
    • THE LAUGHING AUDIENCE.
    • GATE OF CALAIS. O, THE ROAST BEEF OF OLD ENGLAND!
    • THE POLITICIAN.
    • TASTE IN HIGH LIFE, IN THE YEAR 1742.
    • THE HARLOT'S PROGRESS. PLATE I.
    • THE HARLOT'S PROGRESS. PLATE II.
    • THE HARLOT'S PROGRESS. PLATE III.
    • THE HARLOT'S PROGRESS. PLATE IV.
    • THE HARLOT'S PROGRESS. PLATE V.
    • THE HARLOT'S PROGRESS. PLATE VI.
    • THE LECTURE. DATUR VACUUM.
    • THE CHORUS. REHEARSAL OF THE ORATORIO OF JUDITH.
    • COLUMBUS BREAKING THE EGG.
    • A MIDNIGHT MODERN CONVERSATION.
    • CONSULTATION OF PHYSICIANS—THE UNDERTAKERS' ARMS.
    • DANIEL LOCK, ESQ. F.A.S.
    • THE ENRAGED MUSICIAN.
    • MASQUERADES AND OPERAS. BURLINGTON GATE.
    • MORNING.
    • NOON.
    • EVENING.
    • NIGHT.
    • SIGISMONDA
    • MARTIN FOLKES, ESQ.
    • THE COCKPIT.
    • CAPTAIN THOMAS CORAM.
    • THE COUNTRY INN YARD; OR, THE STAGE COACH.
    • INDUSTRY AND IDLENESS.
    • PLATE I. THE FELLOW-'PRENTICES AT THEIR LOOMS.
    • PLATE II. THE INDUSTRIOUS 'PRENTICE PERFORMING THE DUTY OF A CHRISTIAN.
    • PLATE III. THE IDLE 'PRENTICE AT PLAY IN THE CHURCH-YARD DURING DIVINE SERVICE.
    • PLATE IV. THE INDUSTRIOUS 'PRENTICE A FAVOURITE AND INTRUSTED BY HIS MASTER.
    • PLATE V. THE IDLE 'PRENTICE TURNED AWAY AND SENT TO SEA.
    • PLATE VI. THE INDUSTRIOUS 'PRENTICE OUT OF HIS TIME, AND MARRIED TO HIS MASTER'S DAUGHTER.
    • PLATE VII. THE IDLE 'PRENTICE RETURNED FROM SEA, AND IN A GARRET WITH A COMMON PROSTITUTE.
    • PLATE VIII. THE INDUSTRIOUS 'PRENTICE GROWN RICH, AND SHERIFF OF LONDON.
    • PLATE IX. THE IDLE 'PRENTICE BETRAYED BY A PROSTITUTE, AND TAKEN IN A NIGHT CELLAR WITH HIS ACCOMPLICE.
    • PLATE X. THE INDUSTRIOUS 'PRENTICE ALDERMAN OF LONDON; THE IDLE ONE BROUGHT BEFORE HIM, AND IMPEACHED BY HIS ACCOMPLICE.
    • PLATE XI. THE IDLE 'PRENTICE EXECUTED AT TYBURN.
    • PLATE XII. THE INDUSTRIOUS 'PRENTICE LORD MAYOR OF LONDON.
    • SOUTHWARK FAIR.
    • GARRICK IN THE CHARACTER OF RICHARD III.
    • THE INVASION; OR, FRANCE AND ENGLAND.
    • PLATE I. FRANCE.
    • PLATE II. ENGLAND.
      • FOOTNOTES:
      • Transcriber's Note.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • Transcriber's Note.
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