Printed by J. Catnach, 2, Monmouth-Court, 7 Dials, London
The illustration of an age and youth in a churchyard is after an engraving by Thomas Bewick in British Birds, vol. 1, 1797, p. 202. See Iain Bain, The watercolours and engravings of Thomas Bewick, vol. 2, p. 147.
Title: A voice from the grave. To those who wish to attain everlasting happiness
First Line: All you who doth these lines behold
Title: The labourer's return to his family with his weekly pay
First Line: Now wife and children let's be gay
Themes: Working class
31AA235: Sitting figure - AA - female human figure
25H217: River bank
31B6214(+82): Weeping (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
41D211: Dress, gown
42E131: Mourning the dead
25G3(WILLOW): Trees: willow
44B191: Crown (symbol of sovereignty)
42E43: Churchyard, cemetery
31D16: Old man
41D263: Walking-stick, staff
31D11221: Boy (child between toddler and youth)
31D5: Young versus old age; young and old
43C723: (bowling a) hoop
11Q7129: Ruin of church, monastery, etc.
11R51: Scenes symbolizing 'Vanitas'
71C3136: Laban comes to meet Jacob at the well and brings him to his house
Shelfmark: Harding B 7(6)