Below the title: '(Intended as a Companion to the second appearance of Miss Bailey's Ghost, Just Publish'd)', see BMSat 10677. Heading to engraved verses: 'Sung by Mrs Jordan, with unbounded Applause at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane.' A young woman registers grief outside a cottage (r.), in which a woman is spinning. She is watched by two fashionably dressed passers-by. The verses end: 'I am sure it is not my fault, That I must die an old Maid.' 1 August 1806 Etching
1806 portrait of a man wearing ear-rings, with his hands on and over the keyboard of a piano, looking round, with eyes turned up, and mouth wide. An attack on large fees to foreign opera-dancers and singers. Bust in profile to the right, of an elderly, lean, sharp-featured, sour-looking prude, with closed eyes. Bust in profile to the left, of a lean, elderly, wrinkled, sour-looking man. Bust of an old man, laughing cynically, intended for Democritus.
In a sitting room an old maid, Miss Withers, makes advances on Roderick Random, who recoils in disgust as she touches his arm; in oval frame with architectural border, a quiver above and scowling cat standing over a torch on top; after Richard Corbould, illustration to Smollett's 'Roderick Random', from 'Cooke's Pocket Editions of Select Classics'. 1799 Etching and engraving
A grotesquely fat woman, much decolletee, sits at a piano (left) singing and playing, her left foot on the pedal. With upturned eyes and gaping mouth she sings: "Just like love . . ." [three times]. Her music book is open at: 'Just like Love a Favorite Song Sung by Mr Braham'. A fat man in old-fashioned dress, standing just behind her, his hands raised in surprise, turns to address two younger men who are fashionably dressed. He asks: "Don't my Lady play and Sing delightfully? she was…
An imitation of BM Satires 14901; four women, not arm-in-arm, walk left to right: High Price, tall, fashionable, and haughty, looks through an eye-glass. Low Price, small, pert, fashionable but vulgar, looks up at the stout flamboyant Full Price who holds a parasol. Half Price, thin and sour, and clearly an old maid, also holds a parasol. Rails and trees suggest Hyde Park. 26 January 1825. Hand-coloured etching
An elderly woman, the old maid of caricature, sits screaming in a water-closet, with raised petticoats. Behind her four cats are fighting and she has been (incidentally) scratched in the fray. 4 May 1801 Hand-coloured etching
A macaroni woman standing addressing a maid, while pointing at her young daughter, who she holds by the wrist, while the girl who stands on the left in front of a sofa, covertly receives a note from a footman, holding out her hand behind her left. 1777 Mezzotint with some etching