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to “ James Hatfield and the Beauty of Buttermere.” [With R. W. Buss and T. Wageman.) “Cumberland's British and Minor Theatre.” Fourteen etchings to Abraham Elder's “Tales and Legends of the Isle of Wight.” Nine aqua-tinta plates to Hugo Playfair's “Brother Jonathan, the Smartest Nation in all Creation."

From 1845 to 1849. “Sketches of Pumps Handled by Robert Cruikshank." Twentyfour etchings to “The Orphan; or, Memoirs of Matilda” (a translation of Sue's " Mathilde”). Forty etchings to “The Bertaudiere" (Chronicles of the Bastile).

And the following. Francis L. Clarke's “Life of Wellington." Kentish's “Hudibrastic History of Lord Amherst's Visit to China.” “The London Directory and London Ambulator.” “Golden Key of the Treasures of Knowledge.” “The Little World of Great and Good Things.” E. Thomson's “ Adventures of a Carpet.” “Raphael's Witch; or, Oracle of the Future” (ten coloured designs). “The London Stage ” (a collection of about 180 plays, with a cut to each play; 4 vols.). Portrait of Mr. Oxberry as “Humphrey Gull” in the “Dwarf of Naples," etc., etc.

APPENDIX II.

SOME MISCELLANEOUS WORX OF ROBERT SEYMOUR

EXECUTED BETWEEN 1822 AND 1836.

“Views from the Poets.” “The Devil on Two Sticks” “Ovid.” “Demosthenes.” Views of Newstead Abbey, Margate, Dover, etc. Designs for “Benevolence, Friendship, and Death.” “Quarrels of the Poets.” “Anatomical Theatre.” “Vanities of the Human Race.” “The Happy Family.” “The Gin-shop.” “The Sleepwalker.” “The Sluggard.” “Don Juan.” “The Economist.” “The Chemist.” “The March of Intellect.” “The Great Joss and his Playthings.” “The R- Speech.” The Works of Wordsworth, Southey, Gay, and other poets. Robinson's “History and Antiquities of Enfield.” Shakspeare's “Seven Ages." Hogarth's “ Apprentices,” and “Rake's Progress.” “Uncle Timothy.” Views of London. Sporting Almanacks. “Percy Anecdotes.” “ Book of Martyrs.” “Portraits of Public Characters.” “Death in London.” “Spectre Bride." “Midnight Embrace.” “The Red King." “The Ghost with ye Golden Casket.” “The Devil's Ladder.” “ Assisting, Resisting, and Desisting.”

Contributions to “Friendship’s Offering." 1824-36.
“Seymour's Comic Annual: a Perennial of Fun."
Miss Louisa Sheridan's “Comic Offering.” 1831-1835.

The National Omnibus," a journal of literature, etc. (designs on wood, with Cruikshank), 1831-1832 ; "The Comic Magazine," 1832-1834; Richardson's “Minor Drama," 1827-1830; Piers Shafton Granton's “ Vagaries in Quest of the Wild and Wonderful"; “Mrs. Greece and her Rough Lovers" (Russia and Turkey] (McLean), 1828 ; " How to Spell Harrowgate” (C. King), 1828 ; “Going by Steam” (G. King); “The Political Bellman”; “A Musical Genius” (G. Creed); “A Man of Taste and Feeling” (G. Creed).

The following, among others, for McLean, in 1829. “Search after Happiness” (two plates); Portrait of O'Connell; “Buonaparte in his Study”; “State of the Nation”; “Treasure Seeking”; “ The Raft”; “O'Connell's Dream”; “London"; “Plot Discovered ”; “ Death of the Giraffe” (a series of plates); “Rival Actresses”; “Moments of Reflection ” ; “Ennui”; “The Ear-wig”; “The Lost Key ”; “ The Man Wot Steers ”; “Raising the Wind”; “Catholic State Wagon.”

“The Looking Glass ” (a series of political and other caricatures, in which he was assisted by William Heath). 1830-1836.

“Sycophant Saints and Sabbath Sinners." Circa 1832.

[With Isaac Robert Cruikshank.] “Cruikshank at Home," and “The Odd Volume.” 1836.

“ The Omnibus” (a series of humorous etchings on copper); and “The Heiress ” (six plates, each consisting of about five subjects).

Upwards of three hundred designs on wood for “ Figaro in London.” 1831-1836.

“Valpurgis; or, the Devil's Festival.” Four woodcuts. (Kidd.) 1831.

“The Extraordinary Black Book” (an exposition of the incomes of the aristocracy, Church, civil list, list of sinecurists, etc.), one caricature plate. 1831.

The Comic Magazine.” 1831-1834.

“Maxims and Hints for an Angler" (twelve beautifully-finished drawings on stone).

“The Schoolmaster Abroad” (aimed at Lord Brougham's educational movement).

“New Readings by Old Authors ” (a small lithographic series comprising upwards of three hundred plates, the subjects being suggested by readings in Shakespeare, Schiller's “William Tell," and Byron's “ Giaour.")

Several hundred illustrations for Maddeley, the publisher.

The “Humorous Sketches ” ; “Hood's Comic Almanack," 1836 (thirteen woodcuts); “Squib Annual of Poetry, Politics, and Personalities” (twelve designs); [with Cruikshank] “Sayings worth Hearing, and Secrets worth Knowing”; “ Terrific Penny Magazine”; T. K. Hervey's “Book of Christmas,” 1836; the early plates to “Pickwick”; some of the plates to the “ Pocket Magazine" (Robins' series), eleven vols., etc., etc.

APPENDIX III.

SOME OF THE ILLUSTRATED WORK OF JOHN LEECA.

1835. “Etchings and Sketchings, by A. Pen, Esq." 1837. “ Jack Brag,” by Theodore Hook.

1840. “The Comic Latin Grammar," by Paul Prendergast. (Percival Leigh.) Plates and cuts.

“The Comic English Grammar," by Gilbert à Beckett. Fifty illustrations.

“The Fiddle-Faddle Fashion Book," by Percival Leigh. Four coloured plates.

[With Hablot Knight Browne and another.] “The London Magazine, Charivari, and Courrier des Dames.”

" Bentley's Miscellany,” 1840 to 1849, containing etchings to the “ Ingoldsby Legends,” “Stanley Thorn,” “Richard Savage,” “ Adventures of Mr. Ledbury,” “Fortunes of the Scattergood Family," * Marchioness of Brinvilliers," “ Brian O’Linn," etc., etc.

1841. " The Children of the Mobility," seven lithographs in a wrapper.'

“Written Caricatures,” by C. C. Pepper (pseud.).
“Punch, or The London Charivari.” 1841 to 1864.

( With Isaac Robert Cruikshank.] “Merrie England in the Olden Time," by George Daniel. 1842.

“New Monthly Magazine," 1842 to 1844. “ Hood's Comic Annual.”

1843. “The Wassail Bowl,” by Albert Richard Smith, ,etchings and woodcuts.

" Jack the Giant-Killer."
“The Illuminated Magazine,” 1843 to 1845.
1844. “The Comic Arithmetic," designs on wood.
“Punch's Snap-Dragon for Children,” four etchings.

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"A Christmas Carol,” by Charles Dickens, four coloured plates and cuts. 1843-4.

“Jessie Phillips," by Mrs. Trollope, eleven plates. [With George Cruikshank.] “Colin Clink," by Charles Hooton.

1845. [With Doyle and others.] “The Chimes,” by Charles Dickens.

“ Hints in Life; or, How to Rise in Society,” frontispiece.
“ Young Master Troublesome ; or, Master Jacky's Holidays."

“Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine," 1845 to 1848. Etchings to “St. Giles and St. James.”

1846. “The Quizziology of the British Drama," by Gilbert à Beckett, frontispiece.

“ The Comic Annual” (a re-publication of “Hood's Whimsicalities "), forty-five illustrations.

[IVith Duyle and others.] “The Battle of Life," by Charles Dickens.

1847. “The Comic History of England,” by Gilbert à Beckett, coloured etchings and numerous, designs on wood.

1848. “The Life and Adventures of Oliver Goldsmith,” by John Forster [with another).

“The Rising Generation,” twelve large, tinted lithographs, issued from the Punch office.

“ The Struggles and Adventures of Christopher Tadpole," by Albert Smith, etchings.

[With John Tenniel and others.) “The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain,” by Charles Dickens. 1847-8.

[With Richard Doyle and Alfred Crowquill.] “Bon Gaultier's Book of Ballads,” by Theodore Martin and Professor Aytoun. 1849.

“A Man made of Money,” by Douglas Jerrold, twelve etchings. “Natural History of Evening Parties," by Albert Smith. 1851. “The Month," edited by Albert Smith. 1852. “Dashes of American Humour,” by Howard Paul.

“ The Comic History of Rome," by Gilbert à Beckett, ten coloured etchings and numerous designs on wood.

1853. “The Fortunes of Hector O'Halloran and his man Mark Antony Toole,” by W. H. Maxwell, etchings.

“Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour,” by R. W. Surtees, twelve coloured etchings and numerous designs on wood.

1854. “The Great Highway,” by S. W. Fullom.

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