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La folie des deux partis, où vue politique de l'etat et de la nation Anglaise, avec les senateurs en personnes

La folie des deux partis, où vue politique de l'etat et de la nation Anglaise, avec les senateurs en personnes

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Summary

Print shows a wagon, driven by Lord Bute, mired in the mud, and several men, including an Anglican bishop, pushing the cart which is drawn by five mules labeled Weymouth, Richmond, Senechal, Germain, and North, with several dogs labeled Effingham, Fox, Gordon, Abingdon, Burke, Wilkes, Shanon, and Camden nipping at them; an airship carrying "Ld. Carlisle" and "Gouverneur Jenhson" sails for America. Includes two vignettes and a series of crests which satirize the British and British policy toward America.

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01/01/1778
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Old England17.99358, -77.46606
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