“Piracy of plate IV of Hogarth’s Rake’s Progress with considerable differences: a scene in St James’s Street with the Rake (here named Ramble) emerging from a sedan-chair to be arrested for debt; figures in the foreground include a Welshman, probably the creditor, honouring St David’s day (March 1st) with a leek in his hat, “Nanny” offering a handful of money to reprieve her former lover, and a lamp-lighter carelessly spilling oil on the Rake’s coat; in the distance to left, a group of street-boys point to “Taffy”, a mannikin, perched on a lamp-post, and beyond the gate of St James’s Palace.”–British Museum online catalogue.
- Printmaker: Bowles, Thomas, -1767, printmaker.
- Title: Going to court he’s arrested at St. James’s Gate [graphic].
- Publication: [London] : [John Bowles], 
Hogarth 735.00.00.20+ Box 200
Acquired January 2021