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Inside a tent on Mitcham Common Featured George Smith Print

Inside a tent on Mitcham Common

Inside a tent on Mitcham Common, the home to two men, their wives, and fourteen children of various ages. Mr. George Smith, social reformer of Coalville, Leicester, visited this encampment and commented on the "wretched and miserable" living conditions. Finding a woman recently given birth in this tent, Smith was moved to give her a small amount of money, on which the mother insisted in her gratitude that he could name the child whatever he chose. The child was named 'Deliverance'.

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George Smith (1777-1836) as Schampt in 'The Woodman's Hut' by W Featured George Smith Print

George Smith (1777-1836) as Schampt in 'The Woodman's Hut' by W

BAL13502 George Smith (1777-1836) as Schampt in 'The Woodman's Hut' by W.H. Arnold at the Drury Lane Theatre, 1816-17 (w/c on paper) by Wilde, Samuel de (1748-1832); 37.8x23.7 cm; Somerset Maugham Theatre Collection, London, UK; English, out of copyright

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Influenza epidemic, satirical artwork Featured George Smith Print

Influenza epidemic, satirical artwork

Influenza epidemic. Satirical artwork of the influenza epidemic of 1803, showing a group of British physicians presenting an address of thanks to a figure representing the disease. Various medical sayings associated with the doctors are included, and remedies are shown on and under the table at left. This artwork, designed by the amateur artist Temple West, was published in London by S. W. Fores on 20 April 1803. This copy is from the German book 'Die Karikatur und Satire in der Medizin' (Caricature and Satire in Medicine, 1921) by the German art historian and physician Eugen Hollander (1867-1932)