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Pro bono publico - the public cluster in terrorem / WD.

Pro bono publico - the public cluster in terrorem / WD.

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Print shows a grapevine twisted about a gibbet from which hangs a pendulous bunch of grapes with the faces of various British ministers, the most prominent being that of Charles James Fox, with Lord North slightly lower on the left and Edmund Burke on the right, at the top is the Earl of Derby, and at bottom is Sam House, others depicted are Keppel, Stormont, Cavendish, Portland, and possibly Carlisle and Lee. On the ground is a pile of "Trophies" from their terms in office.

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Date

01/01/1784
person

Contributors

Dent, William, active 1783-1793, artist
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Location

Old England17.99358, -77.46606
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