Humours of Oxford - frontispiece by William Hogarth, 1729. Comedy play by James Miller. Peformed at Drury Lane, London. Showing the Vice Chancellor with his beadle surprising two Fellows of a College, one of whom is drunk, at a tavern. Engraved by T. Cook.

Humours of Oxford - frontispiece by William Hogarth, 1729. Comedy play by James Miller. Peformed at Drury Lane, London. Showing the Vice Chancellor with his beadle surprising two Fellows of a College, one of whom is drunk, at a tavern. Engraved by T. Cook. Stock Photo
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Lebrecht Music & Arts / Alamy Stock Photo

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3350 x 5300 px | 28.4 x 44.9 cm | 11.2 x 17.7 inches | 300dpi

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15 January 2013

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