Person NameO'Connell; Daniel (1775-1847)
mudyxx3Valentine & OrsonJohn Doyle, 1797-186815 Apr 1845mudyxx3.jpg 
mudyxgrWho's to have the stick?John Doyle, 1797-186815 Apr 1839mudyxgr.jpg 
mudyxxf"Not caught yet." after E. Landseer's admired pictureJohn Doyle, 1797-186822 Dec 1845mudyxxf.jpg 
mue0318Taking it coolly sketches of Irish characterWilliam Heath, 1795-184026 Dec 1829mue0318.jpg 
mudyxj6Irish M.P'sWilliam Heath, 1795-1840[ca 1830]mudyxj6.jpg 
mudyx17Irish poucha! or, Hase of the Fairies Vide Heath's Picturesque Annual for 1837John Doyle, 1797-18681 Dec 1836mudyx17.jpg 
mudyx5g[No caption]John Doyle, 1797-18685 Mar 1845mudyx5g.jpg 
mudyxf8The new Lord Mayor of Dublin (that is to be)John Doyle, 1797-186825 Mar 1836mudyxf8.jpg 
mudyx50Looking out.John Doyle, 1797-186828 Apr 1837mudyx50.jpg 
mudyxjfA dreamWilliam Heath, 1795-184015 Aug 1829mudyxjf.jpg 
mudyx8wRetzsch's extraordinary design of Satan playing at chess with man for his soulJohn Doyle, 1797-186829 Sep 1837mudyx8w.jpg 
mudyxp5Newest edition of Mrs. Partington and her mop.John Doyle, 1797-18687 [Oc 1840.]mudyxp5.jpg 
mudyxphThe lions share.John Doyle, 1797-18685 Feb 1838.mudyxph.jpg 
mudyxl0An agricultural subject!John Doyle, 1797-18685 May 1841mudyxl0.jpg 
mudyxxlBeggary _ and _ independence a prospective sketch A second Daniel come to judgementJohn Doyle, 1797-186811 Jul 1836mudyxxl.jpg 
mudyxx2Two penitents kneeling at the same shrineJohn Doyle, 1797-186823 Apr 1845mudyxx2.jpg 
mudyxm4The lion and the mouse.John Doyle, 1797-186819 Feb 1844.mudyxm4.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 
mudyx9yAlarming comet of 1835John Doyle, 1797-186810 Aug 1835mudyx9y.jpg 
mudyxa3John Wilkes something between Lord LovatJohn Doyle, 1797-18682 Dec 1843mudyxa3.jpg 
mudyxfpA travestieJohn Doyle, 1797-186813 Nov 1835mudyxfp.jpg 
mudyxy7Swallowing the leekJohn Doyle, 1797-186825 Oct 1843mudyxy7.jpg 
mudyx7tA scene from the comedy of the Hypocrite.John Doyle, 1797-18685 May 1841mudyx7t.jpg 
mudyx6kThe wandering minstrel. Or, A solo on the Union pipes.John Doyle, 1797-18683 Dec 1840mudyx6k.jpg 
mudyx0wThe dog & the shadow.John Doyle, 1797-186815 May 1837mudyx0w.jpg 
mudyx6wBarnaby Rudge & his raven.John Doyle, 1797-186830 Aug 1841mudyx6w.jpg 
mudyxfrThe fate of Milo! wedged in the timber which he strove to rendJohn Doyle, 1797-186820 Nov 1843mudyxfr.jpg 
mudyx2aA Council of "War"!John Doyle, 1797-186812 Mar 1839mudyx2a.jpg 
mudyx15New patent safety cabJohn Doyle, 1797-186830 Mar 1837mudyx15.jpg 
mudyxl8Breaking up of the ice - a sad disaster.John Doyle, 1797-186821 Feb 1842mudyxl8.jpg 
mudyxaaA trap-ist on retreat.John Doyle, 1797-186810 Oct 1838.mudyxaa.jpg 
mudyxyfDon Quixote attacking the windmill.John Doyle, 1797-186811 Dec 1835mudyxyf.jpg 
mudyx1gExtraordinary escape of an old rat. suggested by Mr. Forbes amusing picture, "There's much
between the cup & the lip."
John Doyle, 1797-186815 Oct 1844mudyx1g.jpg 
mudyxwlA great actor between tragedy and comedyJohn Doyle, 1797-18685 Aug 1845mudyxwl.jpg 
mudyx18Satan alias The Arch Agitator. this sketch of Milton's hero, on the burning Lake (Query
Bog) is intended as a frontispiece to a new edition of Paradise Lost
John Doyle, 1797-18681 Dec 1836mudyx18.jpg 
mudyx4tA cartoon of Raphal after Carlow-Doleci!John Doyle, 1797-186822 Mar 1836mudyx4t.jpg 
mudyx8q[No caption]John Doyle, 1797-186827 Dec 1836mudyx8q.jpg 
mudyx16Shooting rubbish.John Doyle, 1797-186831 Aug 1837mudyx16.jpg 
mudyx1hDropping it like a red -hot poker! A favorite [sic] clown and Pantaloon Trick,- lately
performed in Ireland! with very amusing effect
John Doyle, 1797-186828 Dec 1844mudyx1h.jpg 
mudyx0yThe modern Orpheus or, The Progress of Civilisation -first stage-John Doyle, 1797-186810 Jul 1835mudyx0y.jpg 
mudyxmgAstonishing exhibition! Bedoin Arabs (outdone)John Doyle, 1797-186822 Jun 1836.mudyxmg.jpg 
mudyx11Sinbad carried away by the rockite "I was borne so high that I could not see the Earth; and
then carried downwards so swiftly that I lost my senses", Sinbad's 2nd voy.
John Doyle, 1797-186810 Jul 1835mudyx11.jpg 
mudyxn6The giant & the dwarf.John Doyle, 1797-18681 Mar 1838.mudyxn6.jpg 
mudyx8pSharp practice or, Baron Munchausen fairly outdone!John Doyle, 1797-186826 Jul 1836mudyx8p.jpg 
mudyx12Friar Tuck and Little John (again) with a slight change of situationJohn Doyle, 1797-186810 May 1836mudyx12.jpg 
mudyxfqThe naughty boy. From Edwin Landseer's admired pictureJohn Doyle, 1797-1868[1843?]mudyxfq.jpg 
mudyxygA bad shot.John Doyle, 1797-18687 Oct 1835mudyxyg.jpg 
mudyxh5The Shuttlecock ministryJohn Doyle, 1797-18687 Aug 1840mudyxh5.jpg 
mudyxuqFishing for gudgeonsJohn Doyle, 1797-186814 Nov 1835mudyxuq.jpg 
mudyxw4[No caption]John Doyle, 1797-186824 Dec 1836mudyxw4.jpg 
mudyxa8Supposed colloquy between a top sawyer and his brother labourer.John Doyle, 1797-18683 Jul 1843mudyxa8.jpg 
mudyxykSanctity of a modern oath.John Doyle, 1797-186812 Jun 1835mudyxyk.jpg 
mudyxfyA scene from the "Critic". Puff. - There's a situation for you! ... I have them all at a
dead lock! for every one of them is afraid to let go first.
John Doyle, 1797-186827 Jul 1843mudyxfy.jpg 
mudyxmdWho's to strike first? or, How long is this to last? An anti-fighting-in-the-cockpit
regulation during the late war, was to place the hostile parties astride an arms chest nailing
them fast by the stern sheets, at such distance that neither could strike without the other's
John Doyle, 1797-18685 Sep 1843.mudyxmd.jpg 
mudyxfxCharacteristic dialogue between two Irish chieftains taken from a curious illumination
lately discovered
John Doyle, 1797-186810 Aug 1843mudyxfx.jpg 
mudyxy8Catching a tartar!John Doyle, 1797-186821 Mar 1836mudyxy8.jpg 
mudyxmmSerpent charmers, exhibiting their astonishing feats.John Doyle, 1797-18681 Jun 1836.mudyxmm.jpg 
mudyxkuA leaf out of Nicholas Nickleby with slight variations Nicholas quits the company -
theatrical emotion of Mr. Vincent Crummles
John Doyle, 1797-186826 Mar 1839mudyxku.jpg 
mudyxg0A new illustration of the story of FrankensteinJohn Doyle, 1797-186830 Jun 1843mudyxg0.jpg 
mudyx4wA scene from Hudibras. "The knight & squire in hot dispute, within an ace of
falling out."
John Doyle, 1797-18681 Dec 1836mudyx4w.jpg 
mudyxuwAnother scene from HudibrasJohn Doyle, 1797-186810 Feb 1837mudyxuw.jpg 
mudyx1xPope Joan (John)- A Devotee Doing HomageJohn Doyle, 1797-186812 Dec 1837mudyx1x.jpg 
mudyx9xNew tale of a tub! The climax - a knotty point Taken from an illustrated poem, lately
published by Messrs. Colnaghi & Pucle, founded upon a ludicrous Indian Adventure
John Doyle, 1797-1868[1841?]mudyx9x.jpg 
mudyxgpA Greenwich pensioner!John Doyle, 1797-18683 Apr 1838mudyxgp.jpg 
mudyx25A metamorphosis surpafsing [sic] any thing to be found in Ovid or, Poor John Bull turned
into a Milch Cow
John Doyle, 1797-186815 Aug 1838mudyx25.jpg 
mudyx7rA Brown [Bruen] study!John Doyle, 1797-186831 Dec 1840mudyx7r.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 
mudyxx0"Soirées mysterieuses." wonderful performance at St. Stephen's theatreJohn Doyle, 1797-186812 Jun 1845mudyxx0.jpg 
mudyxy9The _ machineJohn Doyle, 1797-186829 Aug 1835mudyxy9.jpg 
mudyxg9John Bull labouring under nightmare! The effects of a little over indulgenceJohn Doyle, 1797-18682 May 1838mudyxg9.jpg 
mudyx7yA design-partly taken from the antique of the destruction of the Niobe family. Not quite
John Doyle, 1797-186819 Aug 1841mudyx7y.jpg 
mudyxywSee: Dan to Vaux: All and back againJohn Doyle, 1797-186829 Aug 1835mudyxyw.jpg 
mudyxmlA mis-representation of the ghost scene in Hamlet. Something between the sublime &
the ridiculous.
John Doyle, 1797-18681 Jun 1836.mudyxml.jpg 
mudyxatThe game of Pope-Joan! As lately played at CourtJohn Doyle, 1797-186810 Dec 1839mudyxat.jpg 
mudyx2lAn Irish subjectJohn Doyle, 1797-18681 Aug 1839mudyx2l.jpg 
mudyx92Something between the sublime & the ridiculous A Conservative vision - a little
John Doyle, 1797-186827 Apr 1837mudyx92.jpg 
mudyx8yMay Day in 1837John Doyle, 1797-186813 May 1845mudyx8y.jpg 
mudyxaxThe road to ruin!John Doyle, 1797-186826 Aug 1839.mudyxax.jpg 
mudyxa5"Where there's smoke there's fire"John Doyle, 1797-18683 Jul 1841mudyxa5.jpg 
mudyx95An Irish faction fightJohn Doyle, 1797-186818 Jul 1846mudyx95.jpg 
mudyxgmA coroner's inquest, that was to have beenJohn Doyle, 1797-18681 May 1839mudyxgm.jpg 
mudyx22The Indian Juggler!John Doyle, 1797-18686 Jul 1839mudyx22.jpg 
mudyx79Coach-dinner - Castle Inn - Windsor.John Doyle, 1797-186831 Dec 1838mudyx79.jpg 
mudyxfmA study for Rotten Row, Hyde ParkJohn Doyle, 1797-186818 Mar 1837mudyxfm.jpg 
mudyx23New patent safety cab.John Doyle, 1797-186814 Jun 1839mudyx23.jpg 
mudyxf3A Brummagim martyrdom or Saxon persecution in the year 1846John Doyle, 1797-18689 May 1846mudyxf3.jpg 
mudyx7hBeauty and the beast.John Doyle, 1797-18686 Feb 1840mudyx7h.jpg 
mudyxh7The beggar's petition. 'this was the most unkindest cut of all'John Doyle, 1797-18689 Apr 1840.mudyxh7.jpg 
mudyxn8A sheriff's sale, or, Auction extraordinary.John Doyle, 1797-18686 [Fe 1840.]mudyxn8.jpg 
mudyx93A fair game.John Doyle, 1797-186810 Jul 1835mudyx93.jpg 
mudyxmhThe rival quacks, or, Black draught versus universal pills.John Doyle, 1797-186812 Dec 1837.mudyxmh.jpg 
mudyx1f"Open locks, whoever knocks" witches' scene from Macbeth, with a New Cast of CharactersJohn Doyle, 1797-186812 Oct 1844mudyx1f.jpg 
mudyx7wTam O'Shanter.John Doyle, 1797-18681 Jul 1840mudyx7w.jpg 
mudyxlqGood training. (Vide "Times" March 1842)John Doyle, 1797-186826 Mar 1842mudyxlq.jpg 
mudyxw0[No caption]John Doyle, 1797-186824 Dec 1836mudyxw0.jpg 
mudyx1qRevival of the good old constitutional practice of burning a Prime Minister in effigy!John Doyle, 1797-186814 Mar 1842mudyx1q.jpg 
mudyx8hNew exhibition of dissolving views.John Doyle, 1797-18681 Jun 1841mudyx8h.jpg 
mudyx1eAn Irish version of Galileo and the Inquisitors! 'e pur si muoveJohn Doyle, 1797-18688 Aug 1844mudyx1e.jpg 
mudyxfnSt. George and the dragon.John Doyle, 1797-186826 May 1840,mudyxfn.jpg 
mudyx9mIn the lion's mouthJohn Doyle, 1797-18687 Oct 1835mudyx9m.jpg 
mudyx7qSteering between Scylla & Charybdis.John Doyle, 1797-186819 May 1841mudyx7q.jpg 
mudyx65Carlo-W setting Bruen at the top of the pole!John Doyle, 1797-186830 Mar 1839mudyx65.jpg 
mudyxg8Oliver introduced to the respectable old gentlemanJohn Doyle, 1797-186826 Feb 1839mudyxg8.jpg 
mudyxkkAltered circumstances of Mr. Mantalini!John Doyle, 1797-186817 Oct 1839mudyxkk.jpg 
mudyxkhNew game of snap-apple.John Doyle, 1797-18681 Jul 1840mudyxkh.jpg 
mudyxh4Ulysses and the syrens.John Doyle, 1797-18683 Mar 1840mudyxh4.jpg 
mudyxnwThe march of Silenus.John Doyle, 1797-18681 Mar 1838mudyxnw.jpg 
mudyxkrA cure for a broken head.John Doyle, 1797-18681 May 1839mudyxkr.jpg 
mudyxkyVacation amusements.John Doyle, 1797-18685 Oct 1840mudyxky.jpg 
mudyxguForbidding the bannsJohn Doyle, 1797-18683 Jul 1838mudyxgu.jpg 
mudyxd1The wren and the eagle (Query vulture.). No fable! In a certain part of the South of
Ireland a feast is held in honor of the Wren on St. Stephens(!) day. Vide Crofton Crokers
Researches &c.
John Doyle, 1797-186817 Oct 1839.mudyxd1.jpg 
mudyxayPractising for the tournament!John Doyle, 1797-186826 Aug 1839.mudyxay.jpg 
mudyxd3A scene from Der Freischutz.John Doyle, 1797-186819 May 1847.mudyxd3.jpg 
mudyxhdGuy FawkesJohn Doyle, 1797-186816 Nov 1840mudyxhd.jpg 
mudyx8dPolitical showbox.John Doyle, 1797-18681 Dec 1840mudyx8d.jpg 
mudyx4uThe half-way house.John Doyle, 1797-186829 Aug 1835mudyx4u.jpg 
mudyxxq"A swinish multitude"!John Doyle, 1797-186813 Nov 1835mudyxxq.jpg 
mudyxmrA pitiful looking group.John Doyle, 1797-186822 Jun 1836.mudyxmr.jpg 
mudyxw2Great Western General Booking OfficeJohn Doyle, 1797-186831 Aug 1837mudyxw2.jpg 
mudyxgxStart for the Great Westminster trial stakes!John Doyle, 1797-186811 Feb 1841mudyxgx.jpg 
mudyxkwA case of consumption.John Doyle, 1797-186826 May 1838.mudyxkw.jpg 
mudyx0xFollowing the leaderJohn Doyle, 1797-186812 May 1837mudyx0x.jpg 
mudyx8uThe rival newsmongers or anticipated effects of the new alteration in the stamp dutiesJohn Doyle, 1797-186826 Jul 1836mudyx8u.jpg 
mudyx10A classical subject! "demitto auriculas ut iniquoe mentis ascellus Cum gravius dorso subiit
John Doyle, 1797-186810 May 1836mudyx10.jpg 
mudyxey"The Irish tutor"John Doyle, 1797-186829 Apr 1836mudyxey.jpg 
mudyxwjThe fall of Caesar "Not that I loved Caesar less, But that I loved Rome more"John Doyle, 1797-186818 Jul 1846mudyxwj.jpg 
mudyxwwExtraordinary musician wot plays on various instruments - all at once! Vide Times June 1845John Doyle, 1797-1868Jul 1845mudyxww.jpg 
mudyx5kDon Carlos & the in-quiz-ition in London.John Doyle, 1797-186810 Feb 1837mudyx5k.jpg 
mudyxxwHB discovered! in his studio who's graphic pencil in this description of portrait painting
is so well known and so justly appreciated Vide late speech of Lord Lyndhurst
John Doyle, 1797-186826 Mar 1839mudyxxw.jpg 
mudyxm1Angling extraordinary!John Doyle, 1797-186828 Dec 1843mudyxm1.jpg 
mudyxmfFancy ball - Jim Crow dance & chorus.John Doyle, 1797-186817 Apr 1837.mudyxmf.jpg 
mudyx75[No caption]John Doyle, 1797-186826 Mar 1840mudyx75.jpg 
mudyxh1Van Amburgh. Outdone!.John Doyle, 1797-18683 Dec 1838mudyxh1.jpg 
mudyxp4Maternal solicitude - unnatural offspring. A political simile.John Doyle, 1797-186810 Oct 1838mudyxp4.jpg 
mudyx7fApollo and the tuneful nine!John Doyle, 1797-18681 May 1840mudyx7f.jpg 
mudyxl1Vingt-un versus fives!John Doyle, 1797-18685 May 1841mudyxl1.jpg 
mudyxarComus and the lady! a Mask!John Doyle, 1797-18689 Apr 1840.mudyxar.jpg 
mudyx80Beginning in good old English style.John Doyle, 1797-186813 Sep 1841mudyx80.jpg 
mudyx82An Irish wakeJohn Doyle, 1797-18688 Nov 1839mudyx82.jpg 
mudyxuxBreaking up for the vacationJohn Doyle, 1797-186811 Aug 1840mudyxux.jpg 
mudyxwnNew version of John Gilpin after StotharJohn Doyle, 1797-18682 Mar 1846mudyxwn.jpg 
mudyx98Cicero in Catilinam A Classical fragmentJohn Doyle, 1797-186822 Mar 1841mudyx98.jpg 
mudyxmpA battering train.John Doyle, 1797-18686 Jun 1836mudyxmp.jpg 
mudyxh9The corn doctors! A fair subjectJohn Doyle, 1797-186815 May 1841mudyxh9.jpg 
mudyxlnAnother heavy blow" ...John Doyle, 1797-18688 Nov 1839mudyxln.jpg 
mudyxh8Omnibus raceJohn Doyle, 1797-18689 Apr 1840mudyxh8.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 
mudyxp0Feeding the animals - change of diet!John Doyle, 1797-186812 Feb 1839mudyxp0.jpg 
AH0426The Talks - at one stage in the Chequers talks, the two Prime Ministers were reported to be alone.Arthur Horner28 Jan 1950 - 31 Dec 1975AH0426.jpg 
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