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Viewing: Alken, Thomas Henry, 1785-1851

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Image of One of the Right Sort.  Who hunts because he likes it. - Alken, Thomas Henry, 1785-1851

One of the Right Sort. Who hunts because he likes it. - Alken, Thomas Henry, 1785-1851

London: Published by S.B. Fuller Gallery of Fine Arts, 61 Pall Mall Companion to AC.W7.091.

Image of One of the Wrong Sort.  Who goes out with hunters because it is the fashion. - Alken, Thomas Henry, 1785-1851

One of the Wrong Sort. Who goes out with hunters because it is the fashion. - Alken, Thomas Henry, 1785-1851

London: Published by S.B. Fuller Gallery of Fine Arts, 61 Pall Mall. Companion to AC.W7.090.

Image of Songs - Alken, Thomas Henry, 1785-1851

Songs - Alken, Thomas Henry, 1785-1851

From a set of four prints that comically depict the songs of the day. Hand colored. Inscription Content: H.v. Alken. Del.t London, Published by Thos McLean Repository of Wit & Humour, 26, Haymarket. 1822. Go breeze that sweeps the orange grove. Happys' the love that meets return. I wanderd once at break of day. He wood he won her, simple heart. Ho imperfect is expression.

Image of Songs - Alken, Thomas Henry, 1785-1851

Songs - Alken, Thomas Henry, 1785-1851

From a set of four prints that comically depict the songs of the day. Hand colored. Inscription Content: H.v. Alken. Del.t London, Published by Tho McLean Repository of Wit & Humour, 26, Haymarket. 1822. Oh were my lot. Ostay. Ostay. Fie Liza, scorn the little art. Which meaner beauties use. Alas where is my lover gone. Turn fair Clora. Go false Damon. Fly to the Desert wit me. Give ear to me both high and low. Fly swiftly ye moments.

Image of Songs - Alken, Thomas Henry, 1785-1851

Songs - Alken, Thomas Henry, 1785-1851

From a set of four prints that comically depict the songs of the day. Hand colored. Inscription Content: H.v. Alken. Del.t London, Published by Tho McLean Repository of Wit & Humour, 26, Haymarket. 1822. Ye gentle gates that fan the air. What are teh boasted joys of love. What art thou death that I should fear. To boast what one's born to is nonsense & pother. When I cast my eyes round the gay circle of joy. What is glory what is fame.......that a shadow this a name.

Image of Songs - Alken, Thomas Henry, 1785-1851

Songs - Alken, Thomas Henry, 1785-1851

From a set of four prints that comically depict the songs of the day. Hand colored. Inscription Content: H.v. Alken. Del.t London, Published by Thos McLean Repository of Wit & Humour, 26, Haymarket. 1822. Mary dear, Mary, list awake. And like the moon thy slumbers break. A poor little Orphan neglected am I. Thy father! I renounce the soft claim. Thou spot to my honour, then blas to my fame. Now all thy virgin sweets are mine. My banks are furnish'd with bees, whose murmers......