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[The human passions] : 26.
[Manchester? : s.n.], publish'd as the act directs June 1773.
1 print on wove paper : etching ; plate mark 12.6 x 19.8 cm., on sheet 17 x 23 cm.
Other prints in the series were designed and etched by either Tim Bobbin or Thomas Sandars. | Title assigned by cataloger. | Plate numbered '26' in upper right corner. | Restrike of a plate from: Human passions delineated in above 120 figures, droll, satyrical, and humourous: design'd in the Hogarthian style ... By Timo[thy] Bobbin. [Manchester] : Printed and published by John Heywood, Manchester, 1773. | Not in the Catalogue of prints and drawings in the British Museum. Division I, political and personal satires.
Local Subjects:
  •  Temporary local subject terms: Old women -- Farmers -- Itinerant vendors -- Wares: wooden spoons -- Tools: rakes.
  • Form / Genre:
  •  Satires (Visual works) - England - 1773.
  • Etchings - England - 1816.
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