"Walks about Town by an Antiquated Trio," three designs.
"The Condition of the West Indian Slave contrasted with that of the Infant Slave in our English Factories."
"Cruikshank and the New Police, showing the great Utility of that Military Body."
"Cruikshank versus Witchcraft"; "Mary Ogilvie"; "Wee Watty."
"Robert Cruikshank versus Sir Andrew Agnew."
W. S. Moncrieff's "March of Intellect," six designs.
[With Kenny Meadows.] "The Devil in London."
"A Slap at the Times."
Illustrations to Foote's "Tailors," and "Mayor of Garratt"; O'Hara's "Midas"; "The Beggars' Opera"; "Katherine and Petruchio," and others.
The following between 1831 and 1836.
Design on wood for "Figaro in London."
[With Seymour and others.] Illustrations to a periodical called "The Thief."
Twenty illustrations to W. R. Macdonald's "Comic Alphabet" (A rival to George Cruikshank's work of the same title.)
Eighty-five designs on wood to Crithannah's "Original Fables." Six designs on wood for "Readings from Dean Swift His Tale of a Tub, with Variorum Notes, and a Supplement for the use of the Nineteenth Century," by Quintus Flestrin Grildrig.
Johann Abricht's "Divine Emblems." And [with his brother] illustrations to J. Thomas's "Burlesque Drama." 1838.
[With Seymour.] The series known as "Cruikshank at Home," and "The Odd Volume."
The following in 1839-1840.
Ten vignettes to "The Lady and the Saints." Twelve designs on wood to "Colburn's Kalendar of Amusements in Town and Country." "Cozi Toobad." [With W. Lee.] Twenty-three steel plates and designs on wood for "Jem Blunt," by Barker (author of the celebrated "Greenwich Hospital").
1842 and 1844.
[With John Leech.] "Merrie England in the Olden Time," by George Daniel. (Since rep. by Warne & Co.) Three illustrations