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Sin, Death, and the Devil - vide Milton

Sin, Death, and the Devil - vide Milton

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A satire on the struggle between Pitt and Thurlow travestied as a scene from Paradise Lost. Pitt is Death, wearing only the king's crown. Thurlow is Satan. The Queen is Sin, naked, with two writhing serpents for legs, attempting to protect Pitt.

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01/01/1792
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Contributors

Gillray, James, 1756-1815, artist
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No known restrictions on publication.

Exploresin

Explorethurlow edward thurlow

Explorequeen consort of george iii king of great britain

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