4.

TRANSLATION: Mr. John Law, king's councilor in all affairs, control...

5.

TRANSLATION: The wind-buyers paid in wind, or those who are last wi...

7.

TRANSLATION: The wholesale wind-peddler’s fair.

8.

TRANSLATION: The wind-buyers or wind-catchers, who lose money and g...

10.

TRANSLATION: The rising and falling of the share-dealers.

11.

TRANSLATION: The Atlas of share-paper à la mode with his accomplice...

13.

TRANSLATION: Many became crazy because they believed in schemes.

14.

TRANSLATION: Quinquempoix.

15.

TRANSLATION: The stock boys’ shop gives pleasure and sorrow in stea...

17.

TRANSLATION: Harlequin stockholder.

18.

TRANSLATION: Result of the wind trade.

19.

TRANSLATION: Quinquampoix destroyed.

24.

TRANSLATION: Bombario, o death! You were no friend to Law, when you...

27.

TRANSLATION: The world is a stage; everyone acts his part and gets ...

28.

TRANSLATION: The defeated stock-jobber seated in the chair with jin...

29.

TRANSLATION: The South Sea Company, having risen to the top by wind...

30.

TRANSLATION: The Great Gathering-Place of The Wind-Dealers in The Y...

31.

TRANSLATION: Law, like another Don Quixote, sits on Sancho's ass, b...

32.

TRANSLATION: Encounter of the carousing bubble lords and menacing p...

34.

TRANSLATION: Directress of the decayed stock-regiments, and particu...

35.

TRANSLATION: Bombario the share-jobber and the ghost of Aesop.

36.

TRANSLATION: The night singer of shares, with his magic-lantern.

37.

TRANSLATION: Natural stock doctor, or bubbling bubble master.

38.

TRANSLATION: Appearances are deceitful.

39.

TRANSLATION: The rector magnificus of un-actined (shareless) litera...

40.

TRANSLATION: The boaster, covered (with armor?) who has escaped.

41.

TRANSLATION: Drinking cup, of Fi-ane or Vianen.

42.

TRANSLATION: The controller of the fortunate and miserable lapis s...

43.

TRANSLATION: No better remedy, than this highlands Nectar beverage,...

44.

TRANSLATION: No better shield, than that which nature has given us;...

45.

TRANSLATION: The ruined share-holders restored by the triumphant Ha...

46.

TRANSLATION: The Babel-tower of the confused stock-jobbers.

47.

TRANSLATION: The tollgate of Vianen for the shareholders arriving f...

49.

TRANSLATION: Mirror for the reason of the despairing stockbrokers.

51.

TRANSLATION: The bedizened shareholders shown during their honor an...

54.

TRANSLATION: The actions and designs of the world go round as if in...

55.

TRANSLATION: The rocking little boat of shares with Madame Company ...

56.

TRANSLATION: The chevalier of the Golden Calf, or captain of the ea...

57.

TRANSLATION: Apollo's verdict on the stock-jobbers.

58.

TRANSLATION: You poor Bubble Lords, well, well, By Jove, you are i...

59.

TRANSLATION: You poor Bubble Lords, well, well, By Jove, you are i...

60.

TRANSLATION: The tree of shares withering and dying.

61.

TRANSLATION: The falsely-fair share-sphinx springs down from the hi...

63.

TRANSLATION: The hunting bubble boy.

64.

TRANSLATION: Springwater or potion for the sick shareholder.

65.

TRANSLATION: The inventor of stock-jobbery in his triumphal car.

68.

TRANSLATION: The laughing Aesop, present at the cole, or cabbage-fe...

69.

TRANSLATION: Title print of the stockshop or court of Quinquempoix.

70.

TRANSLATION: Harlequin and Bombario in mourning.

71.

TRANSLATION: Virtue and Probity. The useful and useless merchant.

72.

TRANSLATION: Law laughing, the shareholders mourning, and Mercury e...

73.

TRANSLATION: Anatomy of the stock-jobbery or Bombario gone to the d...

75.

TRANSLATION: The strapping share-hawk pierced and the bubble rat be...

76.

TRANSLATION: Covetousness tries either to overtake or to out-run fo...

79.

TRANSLATION: Mississippi, or the world-famous Goldland in the fancy...

80.

TRANSLATION: Frederick Henry arisen, the ancient patron of ill-plac...

81.

TRANSLATION: Rise, middle, and no-end of the crafty John Law.

82.

TRANSLATION: Shrove Tide's wreath of joy and the drama.

83.

TRANSLATION: The world of wastepaper is by fire turned to ashes.

85.

TRANSLATION: Ball or the world in masquerade.

86.

TRANSLATION: The end of the stockworld

87.

TRANSLATION: The god of schemes has spent his fury and leaves only ...

88.

TRANSLATION: Contemplation for the greedy world on the rise and fal...

89.

TRANSLATION: The king and the queen of the Mississippi.

90.

TRANSLATION: The dying Bubble-lord in the lap of Madame Company.