The Five ALL'S - John Kay
Satirical cartoon by Scottish caricaturist John Kay (1742-1826) entitled The Five All's, depicting five characters and their interpretations of their reltion to All'. From the left, the Vicar states "I Pray For All", the Barristers states "I Plead For All", then the Farmer states "I Maintain For All", then the Military Officer states "I Fight For All" and in a wicked twist, the devil then states "I Take All"!
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English gentleman held captive by two Papal guards
English gentleman held captive by two Papal guards in uniform in a room in Avignon. A prisoner at Avignon. Handcoloured copperplate engraving after an illustration by Thomas Rowlandson from Journal of Sentimental Travels in the Southern Provinces of France, translated and abridged from Moritz August von Thummel's Reise in die mitt??glichen Provinzen van Frankreich im Jahre 1785'??1786, Rudolph Ackermann, London, 1821
Mlle Scriwaneck in costume as Satan in Les
Mlle. Scriwaneck in costume as Satan in Les Enfers de Paris at Theatre des Varietes. . Augustine-Celestine Scriwaneck (1825-1910) had a sharp and wiry voice, but played comedies in a very charming and graceful manner. Handcoloured lithograph by Alexandre Lacauchie from Galerie Dramatique: Costumes des Theatres de Paris 1853
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