Three weeks after marriage
Print shows a man standing on the left offering portraits of "new passions" to George, Prince of Wales, who is seated on a sofa beneath portraits of "The Perdita" and "The Armstead"; the man tells George that "The originals have been carefully tried, and are in fine order for your H--s, as for Fitz - she must put up with my Comfits, for you know, your H--s, you may have twenty such wives." George, meanwhile, holds portraits of "new beauties" and a "list of com...able wives widows and crackt maids ... Wel-e purveyor." A copy of "Uncle Morgan's Frolics, second edition, lies open on the sofa, a sheet "variety is charming" has fallen to the floor. On the right, stands Maria Fitzherbert who exclaims "Confusion! have I been [...]-up with a mock-marriage..."; at her feet, open to the title page, is "Who's the Dupe."