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An entertainment in Vauxhall Gardens[1] (c.1785) by Thomas Rowlandson is an engraving of the Vauxhall Gardens. The two women in the centre are Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire and her sister Lady Duncannon. The man seated at the table on the left is Samuel Johnson, with James Boswell to his left and Oliver Goldsmith to his right. To the right the actress and author Mary Darby Robinson stands next to the Prince of Wales, later George IV

"Vauxhall" was engraved by Robert Pollard 1755-1838 and aquatinted by Francis Jukes 1747-1812, pub. by John Raphael Smith.



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