Cartoons -- See Caricatures and cartoons --subdivision Caricatures and cartoons under names of individual persons, families, and corporate bodies and under classes of persons, ethnic groups, topical subjects, and individual wars, for collections or discussions of caricatures or pictorial humor about these persons or topics; and headings for individual cartoon characters, e.g. Mickey Mouse (Fictitious character)
Cartoons, Political -- See Political cartoons --subdivisions History--Caricatures and cartoons and Politics and government--Caricatures and cartoons under countries, cities, etc., e.g. United States--Politics and government--1969-1974--Caricatures and cartoons
Great Britain -- Religion -- 17th century -- Cartoons, satire, etc. : Rules to get children by with handsome faces: or, Precepts for the extemporary sectaries which preach, and pray, and get children without book to consider and look on, before they leape. : That so, their children may not have such strange, prodigious, ill-bodeing faces as their fathers, who (unhappily) became so ill-phisnomied themselves, not only by being born before their conversion, by originall sin, and by being crost over the face in babtisme; but by the lineall ignorance of their parents too in these presepts, for begetting children of ingenuous features and symmetrious limbes. / Composed by George Spinola.
Great Britain -- Religion -- 17th century -- Cartoons, satire, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : Three speeches, being such speeches as the like were never spoken in the city. : The first by Master Warden to the fellowes of his company, touching the affaires of the kingdome. The second by Mistris Warden, being her observations on her husbands reverent speech, to certain gentlewomen of Ratliffe and Wapping. The third by Mistris Wardens chamber-maid as she was dressing her mistris, the wifedome and learning whereof will amaze your judgements. / Published by Antibrownistus Puritanomastix.