Title A lady retiring to bed, and ordering her maid to look after her artificial aids to beauty (wig, teeth, glass eye etc.). Coloured etching by P. Roberts after G.M Woodward.
Imprint London (28 Middle-row Holborn) : Pub'd by P. Roberts, [1803?-1806] ; London (111 Cheapside) : T. Tegg, [1807?]

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Physical description 1 print : etching, with watercolour ; platemark 35 x 26.5 cm
References Not in: British Museum, Catalogue of political and personal satires
Lettering note She says: "Molly, mind what I say to you. Lay my wig on the top of the drawers. Take care of my bosom and don't rumple it. Lay my eye in the dressing box, and the row of teeth by the side of it. And call in again for my eyebrows. Lay everything in such a manner that I may easily find them in the morning, as I wish to be made up by 12 precisely, in order to meet my Lord Ban-dash."
Bears number: 298
Cite as Wellcome Library no. 662684i
Lettering Celia retiring. Woodward delin. Etch'd by Roberts.
Author, etc. Woodward, G. M. (George Moutard), approximately 1760-1809.
Roberts, Piercy, active 1795-1824
Topic-LCSH Women.
Women household employees.
Breast prosthesis.
Eyes, Artificial.
Place name England.
Genre/Technique Caricatures.
Copy photo no. L 47932
System no. .b16626849
Record no. 662684i