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    18th Century Material Culture

     Taverns, Booths, & Publicans

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     Taverns

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     “Figures in a Tavern / The Co! ee House Politicians” Attributed to Joseph Highmore c. “1725 or after 1750”

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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     “Figures in a Tavern / The Co! ee House Politicians”

     Attributed to Joseph Highmore c. “1725 or after 1750”(Yale Center for British Art)

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     “Figures in a Tavern / The Co! ee House Politicians”

     Attributed to Joseph Highmore c. “1725 or after 1750”(Yale Center for British Art)

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     A Harlot’s Progress

    by William Hogarth 1732(Lewis Walpole Library)

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     A Harlot’s Progress

    by William Hogarth 1732(Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “NOON”

    by William Hogarth 1738(Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “Evening Invented”

    by William Hogarth 1738(Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “Beer Street”

    by William Hogarth 1751(Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “Beer Street”

    by William Hogarth 1751(Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “GIN LANE”

    by William Hogarth 1751(Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “GIN LANE”

    by William Hogarth 1751(Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “The WAPPING LANDLADY”

    by Carington Bowles After Francis Hayman 1743(The British Museum)

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     “THE HUMOURS OF A WAPPING LANDLADY”

    by Carington Bowles After Francis Hayman 1743(The British Museum)

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     The Humours of an Election Series: “Canvassing for Votes”

    by William Hogarth c. 1755(Sir John Soane’s Museum, London)

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    Canvassing for Votes

    by Charles Griginion 1755 - 1758(Yale Center for British Art)

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    Canvassing for Votes

    by Charles Griginion 1755 - 1758(Yale Center for British Art)

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     Thomas Nuthall and Hambleton Custance

    by Francis Hatman c. 1748(Tate)

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     “Sea Captains Carousing in Surinam”by John Greenwood (American, 1727 - 1792)

    c. 1752 - 1758(St. Louis Art Museum)

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     “Sea Captains Carousing in Surinam”

    by John Greenwood (American, 1727 - 1792) c. 1752 - 1758(St. Louis Art Museum - Joel Bohy Photograph)

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     “Sea Captains Carousing in Surinam”

    by John Greenwood (American, 1727 - 1792) c. 1752 - 1758(St. Louis Art Museum - Joel Bohy Photograph)

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     “Sea Captains Carousing in Surinam”

    by John Greenwood (American, 1727 - 1792) c. 1752 - 1758(St. Louis Art Museum - Joel Bohy Photograph)

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     “Sea Captains Carousing in Surinam”

    by John Greenwood (American, 1727 - 1792) c. 1752 - 1758(St. Louis Art Museum - Joel Bohy Photograph)

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     “Sea Captains Carousing in Surinam”

    by John Greenwood (American, 1727 - 1792) c. 1752 - 1758(St. Louis Art Museum - Joel Bohy Photograph)

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    Interior of a Dutch Tavern - “The Seduction”

    by Jacobus Buys c. Mid 18th Century(The British Museum)

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     “Invasion”

    by William Hogarth 1756(Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “Invasion”

    by William Hogarth 1756(Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “Invasion”

    by William Hogarth 1756(Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “Invasion”

    by William Hogarth 1756(Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “The Tavern KITCHEN FRAY... A Dialogue between Nell and Her Mistress”

    c. 1760(Lewis Walpole Library)

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    European Tavern Scene

    c. 1760(Private Collection)

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     Tavern Scene

    by John S. C. Schaak 1762(Bonhams)

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     A CountryInn with Two Soldiersby Paul Sandby

    (The British Museum)

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     A Wayside Inn in England

    by Paul Sandby c. 1765(The British Museum)

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     An Inn on an English CommonPaul Sandby c. 1765

    (The British Museum)

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    Figures Outside a Village Pubc. 1765

    Paul Sandby 

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     The Fox Public House on Old Winsor Green

    by Paul Sandby(The Royal Collection)

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    Near Hackneyby Paul Sandby

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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    Near Hackneyby Paul Sandby

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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    Carriage & Figures Near an Inn

    by Paul Sandby c. 1780(Sotheby’s)

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    Carriage & Figures Near an Innby Paul Sandby c. 1780

    (Sotheby’s)

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     View on Blackheath

    by Thomas Luny Esq. c. 1780 - 1800(Royal Collection - King George III Personal Collection)

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     “The NAPPY LAD, or TOPING BUCK.”by Carington Bowles c. 1766 - 1790

    (The British Museum)

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     “The NAPPY LAD, or TOPING BUCK.”by Carington Bowles c. 1766 - 1790

    (The British Museum)

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     “THE SPORTSMAN TAKING REFRESHMENT.”by Charles Spooner 1767(Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “THE RECRUITING SERGEANT”by John Collet 1767

    (Alexander Chalmers)

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     “THE RECRUITING SERGEANT”by Thomas Bradford after John Collet 1769

    (The British Museum)

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    Outside an Innby Isaac Taylor, Published by Robert Sayer, After John Collet c. 1770

    (The British Museum)

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     “The Power of Music and Beauty”by August Herman Jakob Degmair, Published by Carington Bowles, After Robert Pyle c. 1750

    (The British Museum)

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     “The POWER of MUSIC and BEAUTY.“by James Watson, Printed and Sold by Carington Bowles c. 1770

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “The POWER of MUSIC and BEAUTY.“by James Watson, Printed and Sold by Carington Bowles c. 1770

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     The King’s Shilling Artist Unknown c. 1770(National Army Museum)

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     “A DECOY for the OLD as well as the YOUNG”by Carington Bowles 1773(Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “The ENRAGED MACARONI”by Philip Dawe 1773

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “The ENRAGED MACARONI”by Philip Dawe 1773

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “A Call to the Unconverted”by James Cole, W. Humphrey 1774

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “Billingsgate Triumphant, or - Poll Dab a Match for the Frenchman”by Carington Bowles 1775

    (The British Museum)

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     “The PRETTY BAR MAID“by John Collett, Printed and Sold by Carington Bowles 1778

    (The British Museum)

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     “Return from the Grand Tour”1778

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “The Court of Equity or a Convivial City Meeting” The Club Room at the Globe on Fleet Street byRobert Laurie, John Smith, after Rober Dighton 1779

    (The British Museum)

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     “The Court of Equity or a Convivial City Meeting” The Club Room at the Globe on Fleet Street byRobert Laurie, John Smith, after Rober Dighton 1779

    (The British Museum)

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     Tavern SignPictured in the Account Book of Abner Gilbert of Ridgefield & Danbury Connecticut

    (Connecticut Historical Society)

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     Tavern SignPictured in the Account Book of Abner Gilbert of Ridgefield & Danbury Connecticut

    (Connecticut Historical Society)

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    Ostler and Coachman Outside an Innby Henry William Bunbury

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “TIGHT BASTING, As it was perform'd at the W-e B-r [White Bear] in P-c-lly” - the West Bear Innby Anonymous 1780

    (The British Museum)

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     “THE ATTACK upon ODDS BOBBS & SYLLABUBS. An American Scene During the War”by C.S. Hamden 1780

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “TAYLORS returning from a BEAN FEST”c. 1780

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “RECRUITS”by William Dickinson after William Henry Bunbury 1780

    (The British Museum)

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     “RECRUITS”by William Dickinson after William Henry Bunbury 1780

    (The British Museum)

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     “RECRUITS”by William Henry Bunbury 1780

    (Private Collection)

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     “RECRUES ANGLOIS PARTANT POUR L'AMÉRIQUE Angliche recruits going to America”by William Henry Bunbury 1780

    (Ann S.K. Brown Collection, Brown University)

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     “A JOURNEYMAN PARSON GOING ON DUTY”by R. Sayer 1782

    (The British Museum)

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     “Sawney ganging back again being turned out of Place”by Francesco Bartolozzi, Published by George Kearsley, After George Towshend 1782

    (The British Museum)

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     “Sawney ganging back again being turned out of Place”by Francesco Bartolozzi, Published by George Kearsley, After George Towshend 1782

    (The British Museum)

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     “The Recruiting Sergeant”by J. Basire, London, 1783

    (Ann S.K. Brown Collection, Brown University)

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     “The CONTRAST”by Carington Bowles after Robert Dighton 1783

    (Christie’s)

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     “The CONTRAST”by Carington Bowles after Robert Dighton 1783

    (The British Museum)

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     “The CONTRAST”by Carington Bowles after Robert Dighton 1783

    (The British Museum)

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     “The Cheshire Farmers Policy, or Pitt Outwitted”by John Nixon 1784

    (The British Museum)

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     “HOW TO AVOID THE HORSE DUTY.”by John Nixon 1784

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “The Rainbow” / Travelers Outside the Bull Inby Philippe-Jacques de Loutherbourg 1784

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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     “The Rainbow” / Travelers Outside the Bull Inby Philippe-Jacques de Loutherbourg 1784

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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     “THE COUNTRYMAN’S DREAM OF COALESCING VIRTUE AND VICE”by J. Ridgway 1784

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “GILPIN GOING FARTHER THAN HE INTENDED”by Harrison & Co. 1784

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “THE TIMES... or a View of the Old House in Little Britain”by Thomas Rowlandson, printed by W. Humphrey 1784

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “Eagle Tavern and Co! ee House / BATH & LIVERPOOL HOTEL.”by Peter Mazell, After William Miller c. 1785

    (The British Museum)

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     “CLUB NIGHT”by Henry William Bunbury 1785

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “The Country Club”by William Dickinson, After Henry William Bunbury 1788

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “SETTLING the AFFAIRS of the NATION”by Bowles & Carver c. “1794 - 1800” but based on an earlier Genre Painting

    (Winterthur)

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     “SETTLING the AFFAIRS of the NATION”by Bowles & Carver c. “1794 - 1800” but based on an earlier Genre Painting

    (Winterthur)

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     A Tavern Scenec. 1785

    (The British Museum)

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    English Tavern Sceneby English School c. Late 18th - Early 19th Century

    (Skinner)

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     Tavern Signs

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    Hartwell Tavern along the Battle Road, Massachusetts

    Our “Home Away from Home” 

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     Tavern SignEarly 18th Century

    (Stewart Museum, Montreal)

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     “Entertainment by E.N.”Probably Connecticut 1777

    (Noel Barrett Auctions)

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    Sign for Bull’s Inn of Essex, Connecticut 1749 “ENTERTAINMENT FOR MAN & HORS”

    (Connecticut Historical Society)

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    Connecticut Sign for the Duke of Cumberland TavernRocky Hill, Connecticut c. 1753 - Repainted in 1773

    (Connecticut Historical Society)

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     American Tavern Sign Board “Entertainment By A. Walker”

    c. 1760

    (Private Collection)

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    Sign for Uriah Hayden’s Inn of Essex, Connecticutc. 1762

    (Connecticut Historical Society)

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    Connecticut Tavern SignUnknown Proprietor “Entertainment For Man & Hors” 1768

    (Connecticut Historical Society)

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    Massachusetts Sign for the General Wolfe Tavernc, 1767

    (Georgetown Historical Society - Brocklebank House - Photo Courtesy Bill Poole & Alexander Caine)

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    Connecticut Sign for the General Wolfe TavernOwned by General Israel Putnam c, 1768

    (Connecticut Historical Society)

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    Sign for the General Wolfe Tavern of Rochester, New Hampshire1770 with 1799 on the Reverse

    (New Hampshire Historical Society)

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    Sign of the Bunch of Grapes Tavern on King Street, Boston18th Century

    (Private Collection)

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    Boston Tavern Sign Board1774

    (Private Collection)

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     Tavern Sign for the Royal Oak Tavern by Jonathan Porter of Medford, Massachusetts1769

    (The Royall House & Slave Quarters)

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     Tavern Signc. 1780 - 1790

    (Private Collection)

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    Connecticut Sign for the Black Horse Tavern “Entertainment” c. 1771

    (Connecticut Historical Society)

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    Connecticut Sign for the Grosvenor Innc. 1772 - 1786

    (Connecticut Historical Society)

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    Connecticut Tavern Sign “J. Alderman” 1797 painted over “A. Bissell” 1760

    (Connecticut Historical Society)

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    Ephraim Wells Tavern Sign, Greenfield, Massachusetts (1772 - 1818)c.” 1780” (Likely 1785 - 1795)

    (Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, Deerfield, Massachusetts)

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    Connecticut Sign for the Bird in Hand Tavernc. 1786

    (Connecticut Historical Society)

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    Connecticut Sign for Bement’s Inn c. 1786 - 1810Originally owned by Deodate Bement (1751 - 1836)

    (Connecticut Historical Society)

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    Connecticut Sign for Blatchly’s Tavernc. 1788, Repainted 1794

    (Connecticut Historical Society)

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    Sign for Marsh’s Inn of Connecticut "SIGILL. REIP. / CONNECTICUTENSIS"c. 1785 - 1810

    (Connecticut Historical Society)

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     American Tavern Sign from New Bedford, MassachusettsFor Nicholas Taber, Who Operated a Tavern in His Home Late 18th Century

    (Private Collection - Courtesy Nathan Barlow)

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     Tavern Sign

     “M WRIGHT 1793” 

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    R. Hammon Inn1770

    (Need to authenticate this one - may be a repro)

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     Tavern Sign

    Late 18th - Early 19th Century 

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     Tavern Bills

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    Statement of Board, Food, Liquor and Horse - KeepingJoshua Brackett of Boston 1768

    (Massachusetts Historical Society)

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    Bills for Joshua Brackett’s Cromwell’s Head Tavern on School Street in Bostonby Paul Revere 1768

    (Winterthur & American Antiquarian Society)

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    Bills for Joshua Brackett’s Cromwell’s Head Tavern on School Street in BostonDated to 1785 - 1786 but Possibly Earlier

    (Massachusetts Historical Society)

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    English Tavern Bills1784 = 1785

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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    Publicans

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     “A Victualler or Publican Erected out of his own Implements without the Assistance of Nature”by George Bickam the Younger c. 1730 - 1750

    (The British Museum)

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     “A Victualler or Publican Erected out of his own Implements without the Assistance of Nature”by George Bickam the Younger c. 1730 - 1750

    (The British Museum)

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     “A Victualler or Publican Erected out of his own Implements without the Assistance of Nature”by George Bickam the Younger c. 1730 - 1750

    (The British Museum)

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     “A Victualler or Publican Erected out of his own Implements without the Assistance of Nature”by George Bickam the Younger c. 1730 - 1750

    (The British Museum)

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     “Lebeck” - a Publicanby Andrew Miller, Published by John Bowles, After Sir Godfrey Kneller 1739

    (The British Museum)

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     “Sir JOHN BARLEY CORN’s Arm Supporters”1779

    (Ex. Col.: Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd)

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     “The Publican's Coat of Arms Explain'd and Figure'd” A Satire of the Overcharging of Tavern Keepers by George Bickham the Younger c. 1736 - 1751

    (The British Museum)

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    Portrait of a Hostby Peter Jakob Horemans 1765

    (Public Domain)

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     “The Publican's Race”18th Century

    (Tate)

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    Old John, Head Waiter at the King's Head in Derbyby John Wright of Derby c. 1780

    (Private Collection)

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     “THE MANCHESTER HERO, or ARTS yield to ARMS”by Carington Bowles

    (Private Collection)

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     “THE MANCHESTER HERO, or ARTS yield to ARMS”by Carington Bowles

    (Private Collection)

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     “THE MANCHESTER HERO, or ARTS yield to ARMS”by Carington Bowles

    (Private Collection)

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    FairBooths & Stalls

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    Frost Fair on the ThamesUnknown Artist 17th Century

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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    Frost Fair on the ThamesUnknown Artist 17th Century

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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    Bartholomew Fair, Covent Gardenc. 1721

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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    Bartholomew Fair, Covent Gardenc. 1721

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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     “A Horse Fair”by Philibert Benoît de La Rue c. 1725

    (The British Museum)

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    Southwark Fairby William Hogarth 1733

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    Southwark Fairby William Hogarth 1733

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    Southwark Fairby William Hogarth 1733

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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     “Les marchands de chevaux”by John Moyreau c. 1733 - 1734

    (The British Museum)

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     “FROST FAIR”by Edward Ryland 1740

    (The British Museum)

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     “THE CHEVALIERS MARKET, OR HIGHLAND FAIR.”1745

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     “THE CHEVALIERS MARKET, OR HIGHLAND FAIR.”1745

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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     The Fair at Cheltenhamby Edward Eyre 1775

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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     The Fair at Cheltenhamby Edward Eyre 1775

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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    La Fête à Saint-Cloudby by Jean-Honoré Fragonard c. 1775 - 1780

    (Paris, Banque de France)

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    La Fête à Saint-Cloudby by Jean-Honoré Fragonard c. 1775 - 1780

    (Paris, Banque de France)

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     “Pot Fair. Cambridge”by James Bretherton, After Henry William Bunbury 1777

    (The British Museum)

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    Donnybrook Fair 1782by Francis Wheatley 1782

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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    "An encampment Drawn Novr. 1784 by James Malton.”1784

    (The British Museum)

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    "An encampment Drawn Novr. 1784 by James Malton.”1784

    (The British Museum)

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    Donnybrook Fair 1788by Francis Wheatley 1788

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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     “Great Britain's Union; Or Litchfield Races Transpos'd.”1748

    (The British Museum)

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     “Great Britain's Union; Or Litchfield Races Transpos'd.”1748

    (The British Museum)

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     ““WINTER AMUSEMENT, A View near Hyde Park from the Sluce at the East End”by Eyde, published by Robert Sayer after Julius Caesar Ibbetson 1787

    (The British Museum)

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      “ The Thames Frozen Over, near the Tower of London”  by Samuel Collings c. 1788 - 1789

    (The British Museum)

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      “ The Thames Frozen Over, near the Tower of London”  by Samuel Collings c. 1788 - 1789

    (The British Museum)

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      “ The Thames Frozen Over, near the Tower of London”  by Samuel Collings c. 1788 - 1789

    (The British Museum)

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      “ The Thames Frozen Over, near the Tower of London”  by Samuel Collings c. 1788 - 1789

    (The British Museum)

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    HOB

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     “Hob Taken Out of Ye Well”by John Laguerre c. 1720 - 1730

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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    Hob Selling Beer at the Wakeby John Laguerre c. 1725

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    Hob Continues Dancing in Spite of his Fatherby John Laguerre c. 1725

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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    Hob's Defenceby John Laguerre c. 1725

    (Yale Center for British Art)

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    "HOB Carrying Mr. Friendly’s Letter to Mrs. Flora. Plate I"by Robert Sayer after John Laguerre c. 1760

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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    "HOB Surprised by St. Thomas with Mr. Friendly’s Letter. Plate II"by Robert Sayer after John Laguerre c. 1760

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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    "HOB’s PETITION to St. Thomas to be saved from the Well. Plate III"by Robert Sayer after John Laguerre c. 1760

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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    "HOB Drawn out of the Well by his Father & Mother. Plate IV"by Robert Sayer after John Laguerre c. 1760

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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    "HOB Welcomes Mr. Friendley to the WAKE. Plate V"by Robert Sayer after John Laguerre c. 1760

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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    "HOB Welcomes Mr. Friendley to the WAKE. Plate V"by Robert Sayer after John Laguerre c. 1760

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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    "FRIENDLY as a Ballad Singer at Ye Country Wake. Plate 6"by Robert Sayer after John Laguerre c. 1760

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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    "HOB Continues Dancing in Spite of his Father. Plate 7"by Robert Sayer after John Laguerre c. 1760

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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    "HOB Triumphs over St. Thomas. Plate 8"by Robert Sayer after John Laguerre c. 1760

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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    "HOB Triumphs over St. Thomas. Plate 8"by Robert Sayer after John Laguerre c. 1760

    (Lewis Walpole Library)

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    LiquorPeddlers

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     “La Vie, La Vie.” - Brandy Peddlerby Anne Claude Philippe de Tubières, Comte de Caylus after Edme Bouchardon 1737

    (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

     Acknowledgements

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