A Sure and Convenient Machine for Drawing Silhouettes by Thomas Holloway, 1792
From Johann Caspar Lavater, Essays on Physiognomy: Designed to Promote the Knowledge and the Love of Mankind
Verily it must be that crime is an enchanting affair, for, in truth, from the flames by which it licks us is kindled the torch of our lust. Only crime is sufficient, it alone inflames us, and only crime can ravish pleasure through all degrees of our sensibility.
Marquis de Sade, Justine, ou Les Infortunes de la Vertu, 1791
“Über die wirkungen der Schnürbrüste”: Comparative views of corseted and uncorseted females by Samuel Thomas von Soemmerring, Berlin, 1793
Et nous aussi serons mères; car…! by Jean-Jacques Lequeu, 1790