He and his drunken companions raise a riot in Covent Garden

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“Plate from a pirated series of Hogarth’s Rake’s Progress, not based on one of the original prints: Covent Garden with St Paul’s church and the buildings at the north-western corner of the piazza; the Rake (here called Ramble) and drunken friends are accosting women passers-by and the watch has arrived to set about them with staves.”–British Museum online catalogue.

 

  • Printmaker: Bowles, Thomas, II, active 1712-1767, printmaker.
  • Title: He and his drunken companions raise a riot in Covent Garden [graphic].
  • Publication: [London] : [John Bowles], [1735]

Catalog Record

Hogarth 735.00.00.19+

Acquired January 2021

Cary’s survey of the high roads from London to Hampton Court

Covers south east portion of England.
Roads are from London to: Hampton Court, Bagshot, Oakingham, Binfield, Windsor, Maidenhead, High Wycombe, Amersham, Rickmansworth, Tring, St. Albans, Welwyn, Hertford, Ware, Bishops Stortford, Chipping Ongar, Chelmsford, Gravesend, Rochester, Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells, East Grinsted, Ryegate, Dorking, Guildford, Richmond.

  • AuthorCary, John, approximately 1754-1835.
  • TitleCary’s survey of the high roads from London to Hampton Court, Bagshot … Guildford, Richmond : on a scale of one inch to a mile, wherein every gentleman’s seat, situate on, or seen from the road, (however distant) are laid down, with the name of the possessor : to which is added the number of inns on each separate route, also, the different turnpike gates, shewing the connection which one trust has with another.
  • PublishedLondon : Printed for J. Cary, engraver & map seller, the corner of Arundel Street, Strand, July 1st 1790.

Catalog Record

15 790C

Acquired March 2017