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Image of Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Plate 1: An emblematic scene with an oval portrait of Samuel Butler mounted on a pedestal on which is carved a relief showing a satyr whipping figures of Rebellion, Hypocrisy and Ignorance dressed as puritans, while he drives a chariot drawn by Hudibras and Ralpho; in the foreground, on the left, a satyr holds up a volume of Butler's poem as a guide for the carver (a boy dressed only in an apron), and on the right a young satyr holds up a mirror to a figure of Britannia. Plate 2: A country scene with Hudibras and Ralpho mounted on emaciated horses; to left, a dog snarls at them; to right, a man holding a rake laughs and accidentally knocks over a table with baskets of vegetables to the cons

Image of Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Plate 3: Hudibras and Ralpho encounter a mob armed with sticks; in the foreground to right, a one-legged fiddler, a butcher and a dancing bear with his leader Plate 4: Hudibras is being beaten by masked men dressed as devils; the scene is the bedroom of the widow who stands in the doorway; to left, Ralpho hides behind a curtain. Upper image, plate 3, lower left: 'Design'd by W. Hogarth'; Upper image, plate 3, lower right: 'Engrav'd by T. Cook'; Lower image, plate 4, lower left: 'Design'd by W. Hogarth'; Lower image, plate 4, lower center: 'London Published by G. & J. Robinson Paternoster Row February 1st. 1802'; Lower image, plate 4, lower right: 'Engrav'd by T. Cook'

Image of Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Plate 5: Hudibras is sprawled on the ground with Trulla, a large country-woman, astride him fending off angry villagers, including a cobbler and a butcher, wielding clubs; to left, Ralpho is held by a man with a rope and another with a sword. Plate 6: Hudibras and Ralpho are in the stocks, the knight's boots, sword and pistols taking the place of the fiddle ;a sympathetic widow, accompanied by her maid, addresses Hudibras while villagers gather round to mock, and a small boy urinates on Ralpho's foot. Upper image, plate 5, lower left: 'Engrav'd by W. Hogarth'; Upper image, plate 5, lower center: 'London Published by G & J Robinson Pater noster Row April 1st 1802.; Upper image, plate

Image of Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Plate 7: Hudibras applies for help to a lawyer who sits at his desk in a baroque niche; below him sit two clerks at a low table, at his side shelves of books and papers, in the foreground a carved figure of Justice. Plate 8: Hudibras confronts the astrologer Sidrophel in an apothecary's laboratory; from the ceiling and wall hang a stuffed crocodile, swordfish, turtle and other creatures; to left, a cupboard door is open to reveal a skeleton with an owl on its shoulder; on the floor, are a glass jar containing a homunculus or foetus, a globe, various scientific instruments, a cat and a mouse-trap. Upper image, plate 7, lower left: 'Designed by W. Hogarth'; Upper image, plate 7, lower

Image of Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Plate 9: "The Committee"; gathering of Members of Parliament seated around a table, their hats hung on the wall behind them, two members standing and debating, to the left, standing in doorway, a man wearing long cloak, holding a staff. Plate 10: Hudibras has arrested the fiddler (see Plate 3) and is leading him to prison while Ralpho attaches his violin to the stocks; a ragged child with a hoop, a well-dressed woman and young man look on. Upper image, plate 9, lower left: 'Designd by W. Hogarth'; Upper image, plate 9, lower right: 'Engrav'd by T. Cook.'; Lower image, plate 10, lower left: 'Designd by W. Hogarth'; Lower image, plate 10, lower center: 'Pubished Octr 1-1802 by G. & J.

Image of Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Plate 11: A riotous scene in the street beside Temple Bar, the western boundary of the City of London, with the mob hanging and burning representations of members of the Rump Parliament; an effigy of Hudibras himself is carried on a pole. Above image, right: 'Plate XI'; Below image, left: 'Design'd by W. Hogarth'; Below image, center: 'Published December 1st 1801 by G & J Robinson Pater noster Row London'

Image of Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Hudibras - Hogarth, William, 1697-1764

Plate 12: A riotous scene in a country village where a shrewish wife and hen-pecked husband are mocked by their neighbours, cuckold's horns and a petticoat are held aloft while "rough music" is played; Hudibras rides into the crowd to protest at what he describes as a Devil's Procession. Above image, right: 'Plate XII.'; Below image, left: 'Design'd by W. Hogarth'; Below image, center: 'London Published by G & J. Robinson Pater noster Row February 1st 1802'; Below image, right: 'Engrav'd by T. Cook'