early part of the Century.--Thackeray's Difficulty.-Caricatures on the “Dandies"
of 1818.-Robert and his Fellow-Caricaturists ridicule the sham “Corinthians "
and “Corinthian Kates” of their day.-Hollow Pretensions of the “Dandies."
“The Dandy Dressing at Home” and “The Dandy Dressed.”_"A Dandyess.”
-Robert's Satires on the “Dandies" of 1819.-" The Mysterious Fair One, or
the Royal Introduction to the Circassian Beauty.”_Other Caricatures of his
of 1819.-His Satires on the Trial of Queen Caroline.-His Caricatures of 1821.
-Duel between the Dukes of Bedford and Buckingham.-Other Satires by him
in 1822.-Interference of Louis XVIII. in Spanish Affairs.-- Robert's Satires
on Louis and his Son.-" The Golden Ball.”_Other Caricatures by Robert in
1823. — The Tenth Hussars.—Maria Foote and “ Pea-green Hayne.”-Other
satires by Robert in 1824.-Colonel Fitz-Bastard and Mr. Judge.-Cox v. Kean.
--Sir Walter Scott.—"The Living Skeleton.”—Popple and Stockdale.--Other
Subjects of 1825. -" Cruikshankiana.” . . . . . PP. 89-108.
Book Illustrations of Isaac Robert Cruikshank.— The “Life in London.”_
Injustice done to Robert with reference to this Book. — The “ Lise" Dramatized.
-Excitement it Occasioned.-The Portly Stranger in the Duke's Box.-Queer
Visitors at Rehearsal.--Horror of the Serious People.The Mistake which they
made.-" The Finish." - Pierce Egan's Position with reference to the “Life.”_
Origin of “Bell's Life in London."-Charles Molloy Westmacott.-" The Eng.
lish Spy."-_“The Oppidans' Museum.”—The “King at Home."-Rowlandson's
contribution to “The English Spy."-Westmacott and the Literature of Foote and
Hayne.-Robert's Carelessness. -"Points of Misery.”—“Doings in London."
“Cruikshank's Comic Album."--"Monsieur Nong-tong-paw.”—Three Books
Illustrated by Robert.--Death. . . . . . . . Pf. 109-124.
Caricatures of George Cruikshank.--"No Plan, no Ambition.”The Asser.
tion Disproved.-Why George's Caricatures possess so remarkable an Interest.
_"The Scourge."-Lord Sidmouth's Bill to amend the Toleration Act.-Oppo.
sition to the Measure by the Nonconformists.-George's Satire upon them.--
Satire upon the Medical Profession.--" The Satirist, or Monthly Meteor.”-
“Fashion."-" The Loyalists' Magazine."-An Early Satire.—“Meditations
amongst the Tombs."--Other Satires of 1813.-“ Little Boney gone to Pot.”
--Alexander of Russia and the Duchess of Oldenburg.--The Princess Caroline. -
Joanna Southcott.—The Obnoxious Corn Laws of 1815.-Satires thereon.-
Escape of Napoleon.-Outlawed by the Powers.-Excitement caused by this
Event.-George's Satires thereon.— Napoleon endeavours to Establish Friendly
Relations.-Silent Hostility of Europe. - He Sets out for the Army.-George's
Satire thereon.-Surrender of Bonaparte - The Bellerophon off the English
Coast. --Other Satires of 1815. - The Regent's Repugnance to Retrenchment and
Relorm.--Marriage of the Princess Charlotte. -Satire on the Purchase of the
"Elgin Marbles."-Other Satires of 1816.-John Bull's Bankruptcy Proceedings.
-Remanded for Extravagance.- His “Schedule."-Seditious Troubles of 1817.
--A Satire on the Princess Caroline.-Death of the Princess Charlotte.-Other
Satires of 1817--of 1818.—The “ Bank Restriction Note."-Satires of 1819. —
Queen Caroline and other Caricatures of 1820 and 1821.- Death and Funeral of
the Queen.---The Populace force the Procession to go through the City.—The
Military fire on the People.--Alderman Sir William Curtis in Highland Costume.
-Indignation of the King.–Satires on both.—Statue of Achilles.-Other Cari-