Comfort in a hurricane [graphic].

Published/Created:
[London]
Publish'd May 12, 1803 by Laurie & Whittle, 53 Fleet Street, London
[12 May 1803]
Physical Description:
1 print : etching and engraving with stipple on wove paper ; plate mark 20 x 24.9 cm, on sheet 23 x 28 cm
Notes:
Title etched below image.
Plate numbered '298' in lower right corner.
From the Laurie & Whittle series of Drolls.
Other prints in the Laurie & Whittle Drolls series were executed by either Isaac Cruikshank or Richard Newton.
Three lines of caption below title: Bless me how we are tossed about, I never saw such rough weather in my life; I hope the boat will not upset; Pray ferry-man has there been many people lost in crossing here? "Lost, did you say! No I never knew of any one to be lost there's my brother he was drowned here last week, but we found him next day.
Not in the Catalogue of prints and drawings in the British Museum. Division I, political and personal satires.
Leverhulme-Auchincloss, vol. xi.
Abstract:
Two men and a dog in a row boat in rough water.
Associated Names:
Laurie & Whittle [Publisher]
Topics:
Dogs
Drowning
Ferries
Rowboats
Language:
English
Genre:
Engravings -- England -- London -- 1803
Etchings -- England -- London -- 1803
Satires (Visual works) -- England -- 1803
Stipple engravings -- England -- London -- 1803
Format:
Image
Content Type:
Prints & Photographs
Rights:
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Call Number:
803.05.12.01
Orbis Record:
8394949
Yale Collection:
Lewis Walpole Library
Digital Collection:
Lewis Walpole Library
Local Record Number:
lwlpr10403
Volume/Enumeration:
Digital version
OID:
15813654
PID:
digcoll:2782740