1. Gin Lane (1751). Etching and Engraving by William Hogarth.
  2. "Laughing, or A Pleased Audience" (1733). From Engravings by Hogarth.
  3. Brawling peasants at Tyburn Gate, London.
  4. Peddlar hawking tarts.
  5. "Enraged Musician" (1741) from Engravings by Hogarth.
  6. The Royal Exchange. Engraving by Bartolozzi.
  7. London ladies shopping for fabric. From Rudolph Ackermann's Repository of Arts (1800).
  8. Vauxhall Gardens (1784). A drawing by Thomas Rowlandson.
  9. James Boswell, Samuel Johnson, Hester Thrale, and Oliver Goldsmith in a supper box at an evening concert. A detail of Thomas Rowlandson's drawing Vauxhall Gardens (1784).
  10. The Duchess of Devonshire (arms folded) talks with her sister while gossips try to overhear. A detail of Thomas Rowlandson's drawing Vauxhall Gardens (1784).
  11. The actress Mary "Perdita" Robinson (later a popular author) nestles with her lover, the Prince of Wales, while her withered husband glowers below. A detail of Thomas Rowlandson's drawing Vauxhall Gardens (1784).
  12. Tobias Smollett.
  13. John S. Muller after Samuel Wade, 1721–1786. A General Prospect of Vaux Hall Gardens.
  14. Ladies at the opera, from Gallery of Fashion (1796).
  15. Painting of the interior of the Drury Lane Theater. Thomas Rowlandson.
  16. A riot mob in Covent Garden (1763).
  17. Plate #4 of "The four times of the day" from Engravings by Hogarth.

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