CodeGB/BCA/5801
Dates1790-1866
Person NameMonteagle of Brandon; Thomas Spring-Rice, (1790-1866); Baron
SurnameMonteagle of Brandon
ForenamesThomas Spring-Rice,
EpithetBaron
Catalogue
RefNoTitleArtistDateMultimediaImage
mudyx1uA pressure from without!John Doyle, 1797-186818 Jul 1839mudyx1u.jpg 
mudyxg1Interesting situation of Baron Munchausen, from an original sketch supposed to have been
done on the spot and never before published
John Doyle, 1797-186817 Mar 1837mudyxg1.jpg 
mudyx5jA new instance of the mute-ability of human affairs.John Doyle, 1797-186810 Feb 1837mudyx5j.jpg 
mudyxxkDeficiency. --- surplusJohn Doyle, 1797-18689 Jul 1836mudyxxk.jpg 
mudyxydA scene for a Christmas pantomimeJohn Doyle, 1797-186810 Jan 1838mudyxyd.jpg 
mudyxn2Exchequer bill affair. A dark transaction!John Doyle, 1797-18688 Dec 1841.mudyxn2.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 
mudyx2eA disagreeable position!John Doyle, 1797-186813 Feb 1838mudyx2e.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 
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 
mudyx2hA ship in distress crew throwing the cargo over boardJohn Doyle, 1797-18685 Jul 1839mudyx2h.jpg 
mudyx2lAn Irish subjectJohn Doyle, 1797-18681 Aug 1839mudyx2l.jpg 
mudyxutTurning the tablesJohn Doyle, 1797-186825 Mar 1836mudyxut.jpg 
mudyx8yMay Day in 1837John Doyle, 1797-186813 May 1845mudyx8y.jpg 
mudyxaxThe road to ruin!John Doyle, 1797-186826 Aug 1839.mudyxax.jpg 
mudyx9tA row in the play-groundJohn Doyle, 1797-18683 Dec 1838mudyx9t.jpg 
mudyx22The Indian Juggler!John Doyle, 1797-18686 Jul 1839mudyx22.jpg 
mudyx24"The Age of Leetle Men..." scotch lectureJohn Doyle, 1797-186826 May 1838mudyx24.jpg 
mudyx93A fair game.John Doyle, 1797-186810 Jul 1835mudyx93.jpg 
mudyxaeThe fate of Marsyas. "Sarcasm means literally a peeling of the skin." Vide speech of Lord
Brougham.
John Doyle, 1797-186819 Nov 1838.mudyxae.jpg 
mudyx1qRevival of the good old constitutional practice of burning a Prime Minister in effigy!John Doyle, 1797-186814 Mar 1842mudyx1q.jpg 
mudyx71Church reform or "The bishop's saturday night".John Doyle, 1797-186826 May 1838mudyx71.jpg 
mudyxkrA cure for a broken head.John Doyle, 1797-18681 May 1839mudyxkr.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 
mudyx2jPitch=forking extraordinary getting in the harvest during an interval of sunshine in real
weather
John Doyle, 1797-186817 Oct 1837mudyx2j.jpg 
mudyx20Men of feeling!John Doyle, 1797-18681 Aug 1839mudyx20.jpg 
mudyxp7A Canadian winter, Skating extraordinary - A great smash! - Scene of confusion &c.John Doyle, 1797-186826 Jan 1838.mudyxp7.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 
mudyxey"The Irish tutor"John Doyle, 1797-186829 Apr 1836mudyxey.jpg 
mudyx5kDon Carlos & the in-quiz-ition in London.John Doyle, 1797-186810 Feb 1837mudyx5k.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 
mudyxamThe Royal cosset.John Doyle, 1797-18685 Feb 1838.mudyxam.jpg 
mudyxlgPlaying at nine pins! graphic practicing for a great match, shortly to come off.John Doyle, 1797-18681 May 1840mudyxlg.jpg 
mudyx82An Irish wakeJohn Doyle, 1797-18688 Nov 1839mudyx82.jpg 
mudyxd5The thimble rig!John Doyle, 1797-18685 Jun 1839mudyxd5.jpg 
mudyxd8Another peep into the play ground "You're none of my child."John Doyle, 1797-186831 Dec 1838.mudyxd8.jpg 
mudyxmpA battering train.John Doyle, 1797-18686 Jun 1836mudyxmp.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 
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