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SOME ILLUSTRATIVE WORK OF ISAAC ROBERT CRUIKSHANK.
Coloured frontispiece to the "Age of Intellect; or, Clerical Show Folk and Wonderful Lay Folk, by Francis Moore, Physician. 1819.
"Lessons of Thrift, published for the general benefit, by a Member of the Save-all Club," eleven coloured full-page etchings. 1820.
"The Total Eclipse, a Grand Politico-Astronomical Phenomenon," (Dolby, Strand.) 1820.
"A Peep at the P. C. N.; or, Boiled Mutton with Caper Sauce at the Temple of Joss." (Effingham Wilson.) 1820.
"The Men in the Moon; or, the Devil to Pay." (Dean & Munday.) 1820.
[With his brother George.] Designs to Nightingale's " Memoirs of Queen Caroline." (J.Robins.) 1820.
"Radical Chiefs." One caricature illustration. 1821.
"The Royal Game of Chess" 1821.
"The Political All-my-knack for the Year of our Lord 1821."
"The Queen and Magna Charta; or, the Thing that John Signed." (Dolby, Strand.) 1821.
"Tales of the Cordelier Metamorphosed" 1821.
[With his brother George.] "Life in London." (Sherwood, Nealy & Jones.) 1821.
"The Commercial Tourist; or, Gentleman Traveller." (A satirical Poem), five coloured plates. 1822.