Male Impersonators England Early Works To 1800 : The uufortunate [sic] maid cheated : being a true and very pleasant relation of one Jone Fletcher, of High-Holborn (in the parish of St. Giles's in the Fields) a tripe-maid, who instead of a man, married a woman in man's apparel, who went by the name of Black Richard, alias John Hilliard, and bedded together thirteen weeks before it was discovered, which was found out on Wednesday the 2d. of this instant November, 1699. As also an account how this female bridegroom went six years in man's apparel, and worked with one Mr. Dorell as a labourer, against the Cole-yard-Gate in High-Holbourn, with the manner how she courted several others; as likewise of their preparation for the wedding. Being asked three several times in St. Giles's Church, and then was married, where the bride now lives. Also, the manner of the whole discovery by means of an acquaintance of the bridegroom's, who proved the bridegroom to be of the female kind, and to have two children, and how the neighbours searcht her, and found her to be a woman. With the manner of her confession. With a pleasant discourse betwixt the bride and an old woman, her friend.
Malevich Kazimir 1878 1935 Exhibitions : Kasimir Malevich, 1878-1935 : an exhibition of paintings, drawings, and studies organised in association with the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and held at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, October-November 1959 : [catalogue] / [by W. Sandberg] ; [translated from the Dutch by C. Gray].; Sandberg, W.