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Mount with seventeen admission tickets and two invitations, to dinners, anniversaries etc. Text within  indicates handwritten notes:
J,9.171: Ticket to a dinner of the Royal Independent Volunteers Blue; the name of institution on oval plaque, with soldier in full suit of armour holding spear and scroll that rests next to plaque, left blank. Dated by Banks 1782.
J,9.172: Ticket to a dinner by the 'Select & Independent Black Friars'; a draped female figure sitting on rock, holding mask and plaque with name of institution; in oval: "Admit one to Dinner / T. J. Woodman Sculp". Dated by Banks 1781.
J,9.173: Ticket to the "Royal Oak's Feast / For May 29. 1776"; lettering on oval ring around crowned oak tree, surrounded by garlands palms, medals hanging from oak branches, and a putto playing a horn, a sword and sceptre below with hanging acorn.
J,9.174: Ticket, the same as J,9.172; on scroll [voto viv (unclear)].
J,9.175: Ticket to dine with the Protestant Association: "The Committee of the Protestant Association desire the Favour of your Company to Dine with their President the Rt Honble Ld G. Gordon, His Grace the Duke of Gordon & the rest of the noble family at the London Tavern on Wednesday, March 14, 1781. By order of the Committee, [Joshua Bangs Secretary]. Dinner on table at 4 o'clock"; surrounded by palm leaves, clouds, and putti, one holding caduceus. Inscribed by Banks below [Invitation from Lord George Gorden to Mr Kenyon].
J,9.176: Ticket for a meeting of the "Hanover Square Corps of St George", the name around oval with officer holding gun, the royal arms above, Britannia with lion and St George slaying the dragon on either side. Ticket inscribed "Comrade, You are desired to meet our laudable Corps at _ precisely at _ o'Clock on _ By order of the Commander / Secretary".
J,9.177: Ticket to dinner: "The Lord Provost and Magistrates present their Compliments to _ and request the honor of his Company on _ next to dinner at _ at _ o'Clock _ day the _ of _ 178_". with sign of tree on fish with hanging bell and bird. Dated by Banks 1785 and identified as Glasgow.
J,9.178: The same as J,9.177, with the coat of arms of Aberdeen, three castles on shield flanked by leopards. Dated by Banks 1785.
J,9.179: Ticket for a meeting/dinner of the United Sons of Liberty; a large flag held by putti with union jack at top left corner; the eye of God shining rays onto the Magna Charta rolled at foot of flag; a female figure in drapery holding cap of liberty to the left. On flag [United Sons of Liberty]. On mount below by Banks [This ticket was used by a Society at the time of Mr Wilkes's Popularity called the United Sons of Liberty of which himself & several people of consequence in the city were members.]
J,9.180: Ticket to dinner with the "Independent Freeholders of the County of Middlesex / On Wednesday Janry 18th 1786 / Dinner on Table at 4 o'Clock", with list of stewards, and "Ticket 6s Wine included".
J,9.181: Invitation to an anniversary dinner: "Refuge for the Destitute / Dinner / Sir, Your company is requested to meet H.R.H. the Duke of York, President; the Vice Presidents and Committee of this Society, at their anniversary dinner, at the City of London Tavern, in Bishopsgate-street, on Thursday the 25th Instant, at Six o'Clock precisely. / Tickets to be had, 12s 6d each, of the Treasurer, Stewards, Secretary, and the Collector, Mr Robert Elwin, 7, Somer's Place, West, Somer's Town. / I am Sir / Your most obedient Servant, Daniel Williams Sec. / Cuper's Bridge, Lambeth, 11th January 1810". Addressed in pen to Joseph Banks at Soho Square.
J,9.182: Advertisement for the anniversary dinner of the Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce, dated May 5, 1814.
J,9.183: Ticket " To Dine with the Parrillero in the several courts of law and equity on [Friday] the [28th] day of [February] 17 at [Cliffords Inn Hall] At three o'clock precisely"; at top a bust of man wearing cap, ruff, cloak and Garter chain, flanked by allegorical figures of Liberty and Justice. "This ticket will admit only Mr [Abraham Greenwood].
J,9.184: Ticket to dinner "This Ticket admits one person to dine at Pewterers Hall on _ the _ of _ 17_", surrounded by garlands, vines, and coat of arms. Dated by Banks 1788.
J,9.185: Ticket to an anniversary celebration for Charles James Fox, "Anniversary of Mr Fox's first Election for Westminster / At the Shakespear Tavern, Covent Garden / Monday 10th October 1785 / Right Honble Chas Jas Fox in the Chair / Dinner on Table at 1/2 past 3. Ticket 7:6d", with list of stewards. Surrounded by flourishes with arms and Britannia. "Long sc. Clements Lane"
J,9.186: Ticket to anniversay of Charles James Fox, similar to the above, for the year 1786; surrounded by architectural frame with garlands and arms, and cornucopia in centre.
J,9.187: Invitation and admission ticket to dinner: "[The Chairman, Deputy Chairman, and Director of the West India Dock Company request the Honor of Sir Joseph Banks's presence on Saturday the 12th July instant at the Isle of Dogs to Witness the Ceremony of laying the First Stone of the Buildings to be erected there, and afterwards to Dinner at the London Tavern at half past five o'Clock. The company will assemble at the London Tavern and proceed from thence to the Isle of Dogs precisely at One 'Clock". Dated by Banks 1800.
J,9.188: Ticket for a meeting of the "Hanover Square Corps of St George", the name around oval with officer holding gun, the royal arms above, Britannia with lion and St George slaying the dragon on either side. Ticket inscribed "Comrade, You are desired to meet our laudable Corps at _ precisely at _ o'Clock on _ By order of the Commander / Secretary". Dated by Banks 1793.
J,9.189: Ticket to dinner: "The friends of Sir Watkin Lewes will hold their annual Dinner at the Globe Tavern, Fleet Street, on Wednesday the 19th of Novr Inst being the Anniversary of that Gentleman's Election to represent the City of London in Parliament / Sir Watkin Lewes in the Chair", with list of stewards, and at top Britannia holding cap of liberty, and motto "Triumph of Liberty". "Dinner at 3 o'Clock. Ticket 6s.6d".
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Height: 244 millimetres (largest)
Height: 82 millimetres (smallest)
Width: 204 millimetres
Width: 73 millimetres
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- On the original mount. J,9.181-2 are loose.
- Not on display
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