Copy of "The Bagnio" (after the painting by Hogarth in the National Gallery); a bedroom in a brothel where the earl falls dying after being struck with a sword by Silvertongue whom he has surprised with the countess; the lawyer escapes through the window to left as watchmen enter to right; the floor is strewn with clothing including a hooped petticoat, masks, the countess's shoes and her stays; illustration to 'The London Journal' (September 20, 1848). Wood-engraving
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