King Henry VIII leads Anne Boleyn towards the throne. A melancholy Cardinal Wolsey leans his head in his hand as he glances sideways toward the couple. In the background Katherine of Aragon sitting in another throne and turns away from the couple to converse with Anne’s former lover, Lord Percy. A young page carries the train of Anne’s dress as she enters the palace.
Uniform Title:[Biographical anecdotes of William Hogarth. German]
Title: Beiträge zu Wilhelm Hogarth’s Lebensbeschreibung. Nebst einem nach der Zeitfolge geordneten und mit Erklärungen begleiteten Verzeichnisse seines Kupferstichwerks. Aus dem Englischen mit einiger Abkürzung.
Published: Leipzig : Bei Iohann Gottlob Immanuel Breitkopf, 1783.
“A regal table of sovereigns of England, and Great Britain, from Egbert the Great to the present period”–p. . “A genealogical account of the descent of George III. from Egbert, the first King of England”–p.  in final sequence.
Author: Russel, William Augustus.
Title: A new and authentic history of England : from the most remote period of genuine historical evidence, to the present important crisis : containing an interesting chronicle of the monarchs ; an accurate chronological account of remarkable events; an entertaining recital of singular occurrences; and an impartial biographical narrative of the lives of eminent persons: including, in the whole, all that is worthy of observation in the annals of the British empire … / by William Augustus Russel, Esq.
Published: London : Printed for J. Cooke, at Shakespeare’s-Head, No. 17, in Pater-Noster Row, MDCCLXXVII 
Frontispiece portrait of Mrs. Jordan, with ten additional portraits: one each of William IV and their children together.
Title: Public and private life of that celebrated actress, Miss Bland, otherwise Mrs. Ford, or, Mrs. Jordan : late mistress of H.R.H. the D. of Clarence; now King William IV., founder of the Fitzclarence family … Accompanied by numerous remarks and anecdotes of illustrious and fashionable characters / by a confidential friend of the departed ; embellished by portraits of the Fizclarence family.
Published: London : Published by J. Duncombe, 19, Little Queen Street, Holburn; and sold by all booksellers in the Kingdom, [1832?]
Simon Fraser, eleventh Lord Lovat (1667/8-1747), Jacobite conspirator, army officer, and outlaw is shown sitting on a chair in a jail cell (The Tower of London?), his gouty foot raised on a small stool. He has a pen in his hand and on the table beside him rests an open journal and a box with two ink pots.
Title: Lovat to His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland sends greeting
Portrait of Mrs Yates as Jane Shore; bust in an oval frame, right arm raised, resting her forehead against it, eyes half-closed, with dark hair loosely dressed up with tresses over the shoulders, and a low-necked dress; scratched-letter state after engraver’s name.
Portrait of David Garrick standing whole-length to front with legs crossed and leaning on bust of Shakespeare that stands on a plinth in a garden; he holds a stick in his left hand, as he looks to the right; the Palladian bridge at Prior Park can be seen in the distance at the right; proof before title and margin cleaned, with scratched production details.
Printmaker: Green, Valentine, 1739-1813.
Title: David Garrick, Esqr. / T. Gainsborough pinxit.; Val. Green fecit.
Published: [London] : Published April 2nd 1769, by J Boydell Cheapside No. 90, [2 April 1769].
Set of 12 engravings depicting Lady Emma Hamilton performing tableaux in Greek costume.
Author: Rehberg, Fredrich, 1758-1835.
Title: Drawings faithfully copied from nature at Naples : and with permission dedicated to the Right Honourable Sir William Hamilton, His Britannic Majesty’s Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the court of Naples / by his most humble servant Frederick Rehberg, historical painter in His Prussian Majesty’s service at Rome, MDCCXCIV.
Published: [London] : Publish’d October 12th, 1797, by S.W. Fores, No. 50 Piccadilly, corner of Sackville Street. Prints & drawings lent out on the plan of a circulating library, [October 12th, 1797].