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Miss Wicket and Miss Trigger

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Printed for Carington Bowles, No.69 in St. Pauls Church Yard, London, publish'd as the Act directs [after January 1, 1778?] Two well-dressed young ladies meet before a farm house. On the left, Miss Wicket leans on her cricket-bat turning towards Miss Trigger who advances with her dogs, holding aloft a pheasant and two partidges, as she tramples a paper marked "Effeminacy". Miss Wicket wears a chip hat and jacket with waistcoat, her sporting petticoat short enough to reveal her ankles. Miss Trigger wears a large hat of the bergeĢ€re style, a long coat with buttoned sleeves and boots. Behind the pair a young girl catches a ball.

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Item Information:

Identifier
00000029z
Collection
Art Works
Institution
Yale University Libraries
Date Issued
Jan. 1, 1778
Dates Covered
1778
Genre
Art
Places
England > Greater London > London
Topic(s)
Animals
Clothing
Social norms
Sports
Visual arts
Resource Type
Still Image
Analog Format
1 print : mezzotint with etching ; plate mark 152 x 114 mm., on sheet 17 x 13 cm.
Language
English
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