Person NameBrougham and Vaux; Henry Brougham, (1778-1868); Baron
SurnameBrougham and Vaux
ForenamesHenry Brougham,
mudyxm6Twa quarrelsome dogs wot are always a snarling but dont fight.John Doyle, 1797-186819 Feb 1844.mudyxm6.jpg 
mudyxg4Modern Phoenix. "The bird wot exists single and rises again out of its own ashes."John Doyle, 1797-186826 Mar 1842mudyxg4.jpg 
mudyx8j[No caption]John Doyle, 1797-186827 Jan 1836mudyx8j.jpg 
mudyxd6Another scene from Don Giovanni. or A commentary upon the use of the terms "My Noble
Friend" in a late Debate.
John Doyle, 1797-18685 Jun 1839.mudyxd6.jpg 
mudyxa2A curious figure that kicks all kinds of ways!John Doyle, 1797-1868Mar 1843mudyxa2.jpg 
mudyxwuMock heroics or, A scene from Macbeth dreadfully burlesquedJohn Doyle, 1797-1868Jul 1845mudyxwu.jpg 
mudyx6nCupid before Psyche, (a Parisian "on dit"!) suggested as a frontispiece to the lady's
John Doyle, 1797-18683 Jul 1838mudyx6n.jpg 
mudyx9wThree United-States-Men Scene, PiccadillyJohn Doyle, 1797-186820 Apr 1843mudyx9w.jpg 
mudyx2f"A trip to Dover"John Doyle, 1797-186817 Oct 1839.mudyx2f.jpg 
mudyxg7DentatusJohn Doyle, 1797-186829 Mar 1839mudyxg7.jpg 
mudyxxjA ticklish subjectJohn Doyle, 1797-186819 Dec 1837mudyxxj.jpg 
mudyxljFriar Tuck and the sacristan Holding a "devils mass" upon the supposed death of Athelstane.
(Vide Sir W. Scott, Ivanhoe)
John Doyle, 1797-18688 Nov 1839mudyxlj.jpg 
mudyxx9Sailing before the wind, with breakers ahead a narrow escapeJohn Doyle, 1797-186819 Aug 1846mudyxx9.jpg 
mudyx68The three singlesJohn Doyle, 1797-186813 Feb 1838mudyx68.jpg 
mudyxk5Nicholas Nickleby's introduction to Squeers!John Doyle, 1797-186825 Feb 1841mudyxk5.jpg 
mudyx9jA scene from the beggars operaJohn Doyle, 1797-18688 Aug 1844mudyx9j.jpg 
mudyxmnInteresting subject for discussion, between two learned natural theologians.John Doyle, 1797-186822 Jun 1836.mudyxmn.jpg 
mudyx6xA deserter.John Doyle, 1797-186829 Jan 1839mudyx6x.jpg 
mudyx6aThe wolf & the lamb a parody on Mr Mulready's highly popular picture.John Doyle, 1797-18687 Mar 1838mudyx6a.jpg 
mudyxf1[No caption]John Doyle, 1797-186824 Dec 1836mudyxf1.jpg 
mudyx8e"The stormy pet'rel." or One of mother Carey's chickens.John Doyle, 1797-186822 Jun 1841mudyx8e.jpg 
mudyxglIM : Patience in a punt. or otium cum dignitate - versus - the CoronationJohn Doyle, 1797-186821 Jul 1838mudyxgl.jpg 
mudyxydA scene for a Christmas pantomimeJohn Doyle, 1797-186810 Jan 1838mudyxyd.jpg 
mudyx01A masked batteryJohn Doyle, 1797-18684 Oct 1830mudyx01.jpg 
mudyx9qA triangular duel "Not from Midshipman Easy"John Doyle, 1797-186829 Jan 1839mudyx9q.jpg 
mudyxpdCoursing extraordinary.John Doyle, 1797-186814 Jun 1838.mudyxpd.jpg 
mudyx72The disowned.John Doyle, 1797-186829 Jan 1839mudyx72.jpg 
mudyxl3Sheep shearingJohn Doyle, 1797-18683 Apr 1838mudyxl3.jpg 
mudyx2eA disagreeable position!John Doyle, 1797-186813 Feb 1838mudyx2e.jpg 
mue030kThe broom sold!!Robert Cruikshank, 1789-1856Jul 1827mue030k.jpg 
mudyxmyStothard's admired picture of 'the procession of the flitch of bacon'. somewhat
John Doyle, 1797-186811 Feb 1841mudyxmy.jpg 
mudyxfjAn original sketch from which it is presumed Hogarth took his well-known picture of The
Cock Pit
John Doyle, 1797-186816 Feb 1837mudyxfj.jpg 
mudyxy9The _ machineJohn Doyle, 1797-186829 Aug 1835mudyxy9.jpg 
mudyxywSee: Dan to Vaux: All and back againJohn Doyle, 1797-186829 Aug 1835mudyxyw.jpg 
mudyx92Something between the sublime & the ridiculous A Conservative vision - a little
John Doyle, 1797-186827 Apr 1837mudyx92.jpg 
mudyx1mJaffiers introduction to the conspirators- or, The plot discoveredJohn Doyle, 1797-186810 Jan 1838mudyx1m.jpg 
mudyx1wA lesson in elephant riding! studied from nature in the Zoological GardensJohn Doyle, 1797-186814 May 1844mudyx1w.jpg 
mudyx9tA row in the play-groundJohn Doyle, 1797-18683 Dec 1838mudyx9t.jpg 
mudyx22The Indian Juggler!John Doyle, 1797-18686 Jul 1839mudyx22.jpg 
mudyx27"The rival quixotes" A parody upon a parodyJohn Doyle, 1797-186812 Feb 1839mudyx27.jpg 
mudyxq2Diogenes in search of an honest ministryHenry Heath, fl. 1824-185030 Apr 1827mudyxq2.jpg 
mudyx9kGood breeding versus education (from the code of etiquette) or a well known scene from the
Beggars Opera
John Doyle, 1797-186815 Dec 1837mudyx9k.jpg 
mudyxm8He would be a recruit.John Doyle, 1797-186830 Mar 1844.mudyxm8.jpg 
mudyx9uThe fate of ActaeonJohn Doyle, 1797-186814 Apr 1843mudyx9u.jpg 
mudyxaeThe fate of Marsyas. "Sarcasm means literally a peeling of the skin." Vide speech of Lord
John Doyle, 1797-186819 Nov 1838.mudyxae.jpg 
mudyx8kNew version of the Two kings of Brentford smelling at one Rose! "I hold up the olive branch
to France and England" &c Vide Lord B-'s speech on the address
John Doyle, 1797-1868Feb 1843mudyx8k.jpg 
mudyxghThe dis-organistJohn Doyle, 1797-186829 Jan 1839mudyxgh.jpg 
mudyxkqAuction extraordinaryJohn Doyle, 1797-186823 Feb 1838mudyxkq.jpg 
mudyx5fChristmas show.John Doyle, 1797-186828 Dec 1844mudyx5f.jpg 
mudyx94A normal school for the study of the gracesJohn Doyle, 1797-186810 Aug 1835mudyx94.jpg 
mudyx1eAn Irish version of Galileo and the Inquisitors! 'e pur si muoveJohn Doyle, 1797-18688 Aug 1844mudyx1e.jpg 
mudyxwyA small copy of "The comical figure wot kicks all manner of ways" With a slight alteration
in the back-ground
John Doyle, 1797-186823 Jun 1845mudyxwy.jpg 
mudyx9fHercules assisted by Iolas attacks the (Indian) HydraJohn Doyle, 1797-186814 May 1844mudyx9f.jpg 
mudyx5xA cutter for sale! or A br...m at the mast headJohn Doyle, 1797-186817 Mar 1843mudyx5x.jpg 
mudyx5w"A song of triumph" Very freely taken from the celebrated picture by Rubens. In the
possession of a cabinet minister.
John Doyle, 1797-186822 Mar 1843mudyx5w.jpg 
mudyxl2A contrast.John Doyle, 1797-186819 Nov 1838.mudyxl2.jpg 
mudyx7pSimple arithmetic a sum in addition!John Doyle, 1797-18682 Oct 1841mudyx7p.jpg 
mudyxnwThe march of Silenus.John Doyle, 1797-18681 Mar 1838mudyxnw.jpg 
mudyxayPractising for the tournament!John Doyle, 1797-186826 Aug 1839.mudyxay.jpg 
mudyxhfDemosthenes on the sea shore. Giving a lesson to a new disciple.John Doyle, 1797-186818 Dec 1838mudyxhf.jpg 
mudyxd2Symptoms of insubordination.John Doyle, 1797-18681 Aug 1839.mudyxd2.jpg 
mudyxunAlarming case of indigestion: the doctor called inJohn Doyle, 1797-186814 May 1847mudyxun.jpg 
mudyx9hNot altogether out of placeJohn Doyle, 1797-18688 Aug 1844mudyx9h.jpg 
mudyxldA new version of "Can't get out"John Doyle, 1797-186824 Jun 1839.mudyxld.jpg 
mudyxdaDry nursesJohn Doyle, 1797-186821 Jul 1838.mudyxda.jpg 
mudyxp7A Canadian winter, Skating extraordinary - A great smash! - Scene of confusion &c.John Doyle, 1797-186826 Jan 1838.mudyxp7.jpg 
mudyxkdBallad [sic] singers _ Canadian boat [crossed out] glee _ with a catch accompanimentJohn Doyle, 1797-186810 Jan 1838mudyxkd.jpg 
mudyxnjLaocoon, a classified subject!John Doyle, 1797-1868Oct 1838mudyxnj.jpg 
mudyxkwA case of consumption.John Doyle, 1797-186826 May 1838.mudyxkw.jpg 
mudyxgeScene from Macbeth - Banquo's ghostJohn Doyle, 1797-18683 Dec 1838mudyxge.jpg 
mudyxwgSparring A set to, without the gloves, by way of wind up!John Doyle, 1797-186828 Aug 1846mudyxwg.jpg 
mudyxwwExtraordinary musician wot plays on various instruments - all at once! Vide Times June 1845John Doyle, 1797-1868Jul 1845mudyxww.jpg 
mudyxntDon Giovanni in London. Infernal chorus -"turn out! turn out!"John Doyle, 1797-186815 Apr 1839.mudyxnt.jpg 
mudyx78A coachman wanted - candidates for the place.John Doyle, 1797-186829 Jan 1839mudyx78.jpg 
mudyxgnJonah thrown overboard to appease the stormJohn Doyle, 1797-186821 Jul 1838mudyxgn.jpg 
mudyxamThe Royal cosset.John Doyle, 1797-18685 Feb 1838.mudyxam.jpg 
mudyx82An Irish wakeJohn Doyle, 1797-18688 Nov 1839mudyx82.jpg 
mudyxd8Another peep into the play ground "You're none of my child."John Doyle, 1797-186831 Dec 1838.mudyxd8.jpg 
mudyxuxBreaking up for the vacationJohn Doyle, 1797-186811 Aug 1840mudyxux.jpg 
mudyxmpA battering train.John Doyle, 1797-18686 Jun 1836mudyxmp.jpg 
mudyxaqOld and young stagers.John Doyle, 1797-186813 Feb 1838mudyxaq.jpg 
mudyxupA fancy ball winding up with Sir Roger de Coverley in appropriate costumeJohn Doyle, 1797-186826 Jul 1846mudyxup.jpg 
mudyxf7Going to the fair with it! A cant phrase for doing any thing in an extravagant way - known
it is presumed to most persons
John Doyle, 1797-186830 Mar 1837mudyxf7.jpg 
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