'The Plumb Pudding in Danger' – James Gillray's 1805 cartoon depicting then British Prime Minister William Pitt the Younger and the French leader Napoleon Bonaparte, carving up the world between them.
Losing America – James Gillray's 1783 cartoon for The Times newspaper, depicting a figure representing England being reproached by France, Spain and Holland for "losing" America.
'Dido in Despair' – James Gillray's cartoon depicting Lady Emma Hamilton -- wife of Sir William Hamilton and mistress of Admiral Nelson -- bemoaning the departure of her lover to the Battle of the Nile.
'Two pairs of portraits - presented to all the unbiased electors of Great Britain by John Horne Tooke' – James Gillray's cartoon depicting political opponents William Pitt the Younger and Charles James Fox.
'John Bull and his family leaving off the use of sugar' – James Gillray's 1792 portrait of a couple modeled on King George III and Queen Charlotte, advocating the consumption of unsugared tea, for humanitarian and economical reasons.
' A Little Music, or the Delights of Harmony' – James Gillray's cartoon from c.1800 mocking drawing-room musicians. Caption:circa 1800: A Little Music, or the Delights of Harmony, mocking drawing-room musicians.
Lancing boils – James Gillray's 1801 cartoon depicting a doctor using "metalic tractors" to lance boils. On the table, a publication says the tractors are a panacea for "red noses, gouty toes, windy bowels, broken legs and humpbacks."
To war – James Gillray's cartoon c. 1800 showing John Bull -- personifying Great Britain going to war.
Dancing bear – James Gillray's 1805 cartoon depicts Henry Addington, Viscount Sidmouth playing music for British statesman William Wyndham Grenville and his dancing bear, Charles James Fox.