"British Infantrymen of a Royal Regiment in an Encampment" by an unknown artist (1760) at the National Army Museum, London - While soldiers were billeted in inns and houses when they were stationed in a town or garrison, while on campaign, they were in camps much like this one. The woman and baby in the foreground would also have been a common sight: camp followers (including a restricted number of soldiers' wives) were allowed to stay in order to help with chores in the camp (ex. laundry).
The Jovial Gipsies, A family gathered in front of a pitched tent, with a woman on the right stiring a pot on an open fire, three couples sitting nearby, including a woman plucking a goose, with a dog and a donkey on the left, a woman filling her cup standing behind the main group and a man approaching with a bundle of firewood in the background. 1794 British Museum 2010,7081.1192
John Sell Cotman, 1782-1842, British, Caricature of a Sailor (One of a Set of Three), ca. 1799, Watercolor and gouache on medium smooth bright white wove paper. Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection.