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The Household, or who rules the roast!

The Household, or who rules the roast!

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Summary

Print shows an interior view of a kitchen, the "Treasury" or the "Privy Purse" represented by a crown, in which a large bull on a spit labeled "Fourth Estate" is being roasted before a fire, dripping coins; on the left is the Prince of Wales (George IV), he asks "Dear Mother, pray let me have a sop in the pan." A woman with a large spoon raised over her head moves to drive him from the kitchen.
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Forms part of: British Cartoon Prints Collection (Library of Congress).

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Date

01/01/1789
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Location

Old England17.99358, -77.46606
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