Interior of the Cockpit on the south side of St James's Park with two fighting cocks in the pit and forty male spectators ranging from a sow-gelder, a butcher, a black footman, coachmen and a sweep to the blind Lord Albermarle Bertie (in the centre); below a representation of a silver admission ticket. 1759 Etching and engraving

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1868,0822.1618

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Interior of the Cockpit on the south side of St James's Park with two fighting cocks in the pit and forty male spectators ranging from a sow-gelder, a butcher, a black footman, coachmen and a sweep to the blind Lord Albermarle Bertie (in the centre); below a representation of a silver admission ticket. 1759 Etching and engraving

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  • Interior of the Cockpit on the south side of St James's Park with two fighting cocks in the pit and forty male spectators ranging from a sow-gelder, a butcher, a black footman, coachmen and a sweep to the blind Lord Albermarle Bertie (in the centre); below a representation of a silver admission ticket. 1759 Etching and engraving

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  • Interior of the Cockpit on the south side of St James's Park with two fighting cocks in the pit and forty male spectators ranging from a sow-gelder, a butcher, a black footman, coachmen and a sweep to the blind Lord Albermarle Bertie (in the centre); below a representation of a silver admission ticket. 1759 Etching and engraving

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