From Kook Science
Joseph (Joe) Lisle was a British caricaturist and satirical artist, noted as the founder of the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes. Among other works, he published "Joe Lisle's Play Upon Words" (1828), and contributed a frontispiece to "The Dens of London Exposed" (1835; may have been written by Thomas Miller).
- Gertz, Stephen J. (11 March 2013), The Benny Hill (Or Soupy Sales) of 19th C. British Caricaturists, booktryst.com, http://www.booktryst.com/2013/03/the-benny-hill-or-soupy-sales-of-19th-c.html
- The British Museum's Digital Collection of Joseph Lisle prints, britishmuseum.org, http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/collection_online/search.aspx?people=117033&peoA=117033-2-60
- Yale University Library's Digital Collection of Joe Lisle prints, library.yale.edu, http://findit.library.yale.edu/?utf8=%E2%9C%93&id=digcoll%3A2755646&search_field=all_fields&q=joe+lisle
- Wellcome Images' Digital Collection of Joseph Lisle prints, wellcomeimages.org, https://wellcomeimages.org/indexplus/result.html?create_creator_name_name%3atext=%22Joeseph%20Lisle%22&%24%3dsort=sort%20sortexpr%20image_sort&%2asform=wellcome-images&_IXACTION_=query&_IXFIRST_=1&_IXSPFX_=templates%2fb&_IXFPFX_=templates%2ft&%24%20with%20image_sort=.&s=vBQMod263Tu
- I'd Be a Butterfly, Born in a Bower, http://www.michaelfinney.co.uk/catalogue/category/item/index.cfm?asset_id=4673 — depicting a street seller on crutches, and a gentleman on horseback
- "395. LONDON, The Dens of, Exposed, with fearfully coloured frontispiece by Joe Lisle, fcap. 8vo, original boards, uncut, 10s 6d. Published by the Author, 1835", Sotheran's Price Current of Literature (London: H. Sotheran & Co.): 20, 1890, https://books.google.com/books?id=2d-TgRt-J44C&pg=RA3-PA20&lpg=RA3-PA20
- "London "Low Life," and London "Dens."", Notes and Queries: A Medium of Inter-Communication for Literary men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, Etc. (London: Bell & Daldy, 186 Fleet Street) 4 (83): 88-89, 1 August 1857, https://books.google.com/books?id=TTXHOIBaEUkC&pg=PA88&lpg=PA88, "I suspect the work to be one of the first literary trials of the "basket-maker" author, Thomas Miller; nor ought he, as I conceive, to be ashamed of its paternity, the purpose being as useful, as much of the writing is graphic."