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A political, anatomical, satirical, lecture on heads and no heads; as exhibited at St. J--ms's 1766

A political, anatomical, satirical, lecture on heads and no heads; as ...

Print shows the Earl of Bute holding up a bust of William Pitt as the starting point of his lecture on "Heads and No Heads"; on a table before him and on a shelf to the left are several busts identified by numb... more

The north star

The north star

Print shows Lord Bute seated on clouds from behind which project rays of the sun, he holds a cat-o'-nine-tails in one hand, a purse in the other, his feet rest on an open volume of "the Laws of England". To his... more

The ever-memorable peace-makers settling their accounts

The ever-memorable peace-makers settling their accounts

Print shows the Duke of Bedford, the Earl of Bute, and Lord Holland portrayed as a fox, with the Devil behind him, seated at a table. Lord Holland writes in a ledger labeled "Unacd Millions".

The Chevalier D'--n producing his evidence against certain persons

The Chevalier D'--n producing his evidence against certain persons

Print shows opposing groups of government officials; Chevalier D'Eon, portrayed as an ape, vomits on Lord Bute who stands before other members of the Duke of Grafton's ministry and astride the Earl of Hillsboro... more

The machine to go without asses

The machine to go without asses

Print shows George III and Liberty riding in a carriage labeled "Magna Charta" as it passes over the Duke of Grafton, the Earl of Bute, Lord Holland, and Lord Mansfield.

The mitred minuet

The mitred minuet

Print shows four Anglican bishops joining hands and dancing around a copy of the "Quebec Bill" which lies at their feet, on the left, Lord Bute, playing the bagpipes, and Lord North stand with another minister ... more

Virtual representation, 1775

Virtual representation, 1775

Print shows Lord Bute aiming a blunderbuss at a man representing colonial America; a member of Parliament, pointing at the American, tells Bute "I give you that man's money for my use", to which the American re... more

A certain cabinet junto / P. Revere, sc.

A certain cabinet junto / P. Revere, sc.

Print shows King George III, speechless (his caption balloon is empty), seated on the right in a high-backed chair at a table, with Lord North seated opposite presenting a paper to the King that states "for the... more

The Scotch Butchery, Boston, 1775

The Scotch Butchery, Boston, 1775

Print shows Lords Bute and Mansfield conferring, to their right stands Simon Fraser and Lord Wedderburn, "Deputies" to the aforenamed. On the far right are soldiers wearing Highland dress (of the 71st Regiment ... more

The thistle reel

The thistle reel

Print shows Lords Bute, North, and Mansfield dancing around a large thistle entwined with a garter ribbon bearing the motto "Honi soit qui mal y pense"; Mansfield is holding the "Quebec Bill" in his left hand. ... more

The state blacksmiths forging fetters for the Americans

The state blacksmiths forging fetters for the Americans

Print shows the interior of a blacksmith's shop with Lord Mansfield forging the links to a chain, Lord North standing to the left holding lorgnette and, in his right hand, a paper "An act for prohibiting all tr... more

The wise men of Gotham and their goose

The wise men of Gotham and their goose

Print shows Lord Bute, with sword raised, about to cut the head off the goose "who laid each day an egg of gold" representing British policies toward the American colonies. A corpulant bishop is sitting in the ... more

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 A...

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,... more

The botching taylor cutting his cloth to cover a button / John Simpson aqua forti.

The botching taylor cutting his cloth to cover a button / John Simpson...

Print shows George III sitting on a table with the Earl of Bute preparing to cut a piece of cloth labeled "Ireland Great Britain Hanover." Lord North is standing to the left holding a piece of cloth already cut... more

Argus

Argus

Print shows George III seated in a chair asleep, on the left stands a judge (possibly the Earl of Mansfield) with his left hand on the crown, behind the throne stands the Earl of Bute, speaking to Mansfield, he... more

By his majestys royal letters patent - the new invented method of punishing state criminals

By his majestys royal letters patent - the new invented method of puni...

Print shows Britannia drawn and quartered at a crossroad by ropes attached to three horses, one labeled "Tyranny" racing down the road "to America", another labeled "Venality" racing down the road "to Spain", a... more

Paradice lost

Paradice lost

Print shows Charles James Fox with a handful of switches driving four old ministers (possibly lords North, Germain, Sandwich), and Lord Bute from paradise.

The closet / Bute invt. ; Germaine ext. ; Mansfield sculpt.

The closet / Bute invt. ; Germaine ext. ; Mansfield sculpt.

Print shows in vignette, top right, George III in his secret chamber, "the closet", with Lord Bute, to whom the Devil whispers, Lord Germain, and Lord Mansfield; on the bottom right, a man holds a pistol to his... more

The bull roasted: or the political cooks serving their customers

The bull roasted: or the political cooks serving their customers

Print shows George III, the Earl of Bute, Lord North, and the Earl of Sandwich roasting a bull which Lord North is serving to a Frenchman, a Native (representing America), and a Spaniard who are seated at a lon... more

The bull roasted: or the political cooks serving their customers

The bull roasted: or the political cooks serving their customers

Print shows George III, the Earl of Bute, Lord North, and the Earl of Sandwich roasting a bull which Lord North is serving to a Frenchman, a Native (representing America), and a Spaniard who are seated at a lon... more

Prerogatives defeat or liberties triumph

Prerogatives defeat or liberties triumph

Print shows Charles James Fox helping John Dunning walk on the prostrate bodies of the Earl of Bute and Lord North; a Scotsman attacks Dunning from behind, and in the background on the left, an Irishman and Ame... more

Prerogatives defeat or liberties triumph

Prerogatives defeat or liberties triumph

Print shows Charles James Fox helping John Dunning walk on the prostrate bodies of the Earl of Bute and Lord North; a Scotsman attacks Dunning from behind, and in the background on the left, an Irishman and Ame... more

The colonies reduced - its companion

The colonies reduced - its companion

Print shows two illustrations on a single sheet, on the top, Britannia, as the Roman general Belisarius, is dismembered, her torso leaning against a globe with a banner "Date Obolum Belli Sario" (give a penny f... more

The colonies reduced - its companion

The colonies reduced - its companion

Print shows two illustrations on a single sheet, on the top, Britannia, as the Roman general Belisarius, is dismembered, her torso leaning against a globe with a banner "Date Obolum Belli Sario" (give a penny f... more

A privy council

A privy council

Print shows a meeting of the George III, portrayed as an ass wearing an ermnie robe, and his council of ministers, portrayed as various animals; whispering into the king's ear is Lord Bute represented by a bird... more

A privy council

A privy council

Print shows a meeting of the George III, portrayed as an ass wearing an ermnie robe, and his council of ministers, portrayed as various animals; whispering into the king's ear is Lord Bute represented by a bird... more

The able doctor, or, America swallowing the bitter draught

The able doctor, or, America swallowing the bitter draught

Cartoon shows Lord North, with the "Boston Port Bill" extending from a pocket, forcing tea (the Intolerable Acts) down the throat of a partially draped Native female figure representing "America" whose arms are... more

The able doctor, or, America swallowing the bitter draught

The able doctor, or, America swallowing the bitter draught

Cartoon shows Lord North, with the "Boston Port Bill" extending from a pocket, forcing tea (the Intolerable Acts) down the throat of a partially draped Native female figure representing "America" whose arms are... more

The commissioner's interview with congress

The commissioner's interview with congress

Print shows three members of "congress" standing beneath palm trees outlining their demands for peace to three members of the peace commission, the Earl of Carlisle, Baron Auckland, and George Johnstone. Lord B... more

The commissioner's interview with congress

The commissioner's interview with congress

Print shows three members of "congress" standing beneath palm trees outlining their demands for peace to three members of the peace commission, the Earl of Carlisle, Baron Auckland, and George Johnstone. Lord B... more