Category: Zeitdokumente

A Genuine Dandy or Walking Guy by John Lewis Marks (1818) 0

A first-tier dandy

I had scarce finished reading the above letter, when I received from my fashionable cousin, as a contribution to this Number, the following distinction between a box-lobby Lounger and an upper-box or first-tier Dandy....

Lacing in Style - or A Dandy Midshipman preparing for action by George Cruikshank , 1819 0

Dandyism

“Departure from the simplicity of Nature marked the decline of the Roman state.” Edinburgh Review. To the Editor of the Sporting Magazine. SIR, YOU have an article in your July number, written, I presume,...

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Tiger and Tigerism

(From the New Monthly Magazine) A TIGER, then, be it known, is by no means to be interpreted as signifying one of those inhabitants of the parish of Marylebone, which are located in the...

A fashionable fop 0

Picture of a Modern Fop (Continued)

WITH the beams of your approbation playing round my head, I feel encouraged to resume the brush, and make a bold exertion to give the finishing touches to the portrait of Lewis Q. Z....

Modern Pegasus or Dandy Hobbies in full speed, T. Tegg (1819) 0

Jonah Tink

As soon as it abroad was known, That Jonah was from service gone, A pert young coxcomb, proud and vain, Thought he could now her hand obtain; A dandy youth he was, whose mien,...

George Cruikshank: Monstrosities 0

Dandy Accident.

Saturday, as one of those straitlaced, stiffnecked things, known under the appellation of Dandies, was fluttering down Sackville street, Dublin, and at the same time ogling a fair Dandy, who was tripping along on...