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The slip, or, Miss, willing to be in the ton
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Miss willing to be in the ton
London : Printed for R. Sayer & J. Bennett, No. 53 Fleet Street, as the Act directs 10 Augt. 1778.
1 print : mezzotint with etching ; plate mark 151 x 113 mm. on sheet 20 x 14 cm.
Reduced and later version of George 4631.
An old woman in street attire and a hat is seated on a chair, her left hand raised in admonishment, her right on the hip of a young girl who stands before her weeping. The girl is flanked on either side by an angry man gesticulating with his walking stick and another woman, also weeping.
LWLPRSAT 778.08.10.03 copy 1: Lewis-Auchincloss coll., v. 3. | LWLPRSAT 778.08.10.03 copy 2: Lewis-Auchincloss coll., v. 4.
Local Subjects:
  •  LWLPRSAT 778.08.10.03 copy 2 from worn plate, with illegible imprint.
  • Subjects:
  •  Girls.
  • Child discipline.
  • Clothing & dress - England - 1770-1780.
  • Form / Genre:
  •  Mezzotints - England - London - 1778.
  • Genre prints - England - London - 1778.
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