Volume/Folder: The Cries of Philadelphia, 1810

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Record Number: 1091
Call number: Am 1810 Cri
Reproduction restrictions: None
Author: Johnson & Warner
Printer: John Bouvier
Address: Philadelphia, PA
Date of Original: 1810
Original Format: Printed Matter, Prints › Woodcuts
Inscription text: THE CRIES OF PHILADELPHIA: ORNAMENTED WITH ELEGANT WOOD CUTS.

PHILADELPHIA: PUBLISHED BY jOHNSON AND wARREN, NO. 147, MARKET STREET. JOHN BOUVIER, PRINTER. 1810.
Inscription location: Title page
Image description: A small booklet describing the street-life and "cries" of 1810 Philadelphia. It includes wood cut illustrations of the following street scenes: the harbor of Philadelphia; a watchman; a scene of watchmen putting out a fire; a woman selling strrawberries, a women selling cherries; a man selling oranges, lemons, and limes; a man selling pineapples; a man selling watermelons; a woman selling radishes; a group of customers around a pepper pot soup; a woman selling peaches; a woman selling baked pears; a woman selling hot corn; a man selling rusk; a matchgirl; a man selling bread from a cart; a man selling muffins; a man selling gingerbread; a grinder sharpening on his grindstone-cart; a man selling sand; a man selling images; a man selling oysters; two young chimney sweeps; a milkman; and a man selling clams.

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