Cries of London, illustrated 1803 from Spitalsfield blog The Bellman's Oration

"But I am determined not to think on it. crying over. spilt milk," Mrs Bennet said haltingly. This pic - "Milk Below" - New Cries of London, 1803

Scheveningse visloopster, Paulus Constantijn la Fargue, 1775

"Scheveningse visloopster" (fish runner from Schevingen) by Paulus Constantijn la Fargue. Schevingen, DenHaag (The Hague), ZuidHolland (South Holland), Netherlands.

"Green Hastings!" from "The New Cries of London" (1803) - "Hastings" was a term used to refer to peas at the time.

In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London

A Young Woman, Full Length, with Her Left Arm Outstretched  Paul Sandby  (Nottingham 1730–London 1809)

A Young Woman, Full Length, with Her Left Arm Outstretched Artist: Paul Sandby (British, baptized Nottingham London) Date: ca.

Another 1804. Closer in waistline and overall appearance to the style I'd expect to see, but still much in keeping with carryover styles.

"Strawberries, Covent Garden" by Richard Phillips Edwards, England, Museum of London, nr.

"All a growing, a growing, heres Flowers for your Gardens" from "Cries of London" by Thomas Rowlandson, 1799.

"All a growing, a growing, heres Flowers for your Gardens" from "Cries of London" by Thomas Rowlandson,

A handsome outfit. Costume parisien, 1808 Note the short spencer jacket over the usual tail coat and waistcoat for extra warmth (and style)

Paul Sandby, 1731-1809, British, London Cries: A Girl with a Basket of Oranges, undated, Watercolor on medium, cream, moderately textured laid paper, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

Containers - Baskets - English & American London Cries: A Girl with a Basket of OrangesPaul Sandby c. Center for British Art)

"Past Ten O'Clock!" from "The New Cries of London" (1803) - This is a night watchman.

'Darcy rode hell for leather for the city, reaching the outskirts as a night watchman rang his bell and cried midnight.' This pic - "Past Ten O'Clock!" from "The New Cries of London" - This is a night watchman.

H Beard Print Collection        Object:        Print      Place of origin:        London, England (published)      Date:        probably 18th century (published)      Artist/Maker:        Jackson, H. (commissioner)      Materials and Techniques:        hand-coloured mezzotint      Museum number:        S.1977-2009

H Beard Print Collection

H Beard Print Collection Object: Print Place of origin: London, England (published) Date: probably century (published) Artist/Maker: Jackson, H. (commissioner) Materials and Techniques: hand-coloured mezzotint Museum number: red petticoat

Old Chairs to Mend! Francis Wheatley (1747-1801) Cries of London series

"Old Chairs To Mend" by Francis Wheatley (British Artist Cries of London Series Engravings

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