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Topic: earl of chatham

1761
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1899
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Common-wealth - the colossus

Common-wealth - the colossus

Print shows William Pitt walking on stilts; the right stilt, labeled "Sedition", points to New York, the left, labeled "Popularity", is firmly planted in London. He uses one crutch, labeled "Pension", for suppo... more

The triumph of America

The triumph of America

Print shows William Pitt, the first Earl of Chatham, driving a triumphal carriage in which rides a Native American representing America. The carriage is drawn by a team of six horses, "Royal Oak, Crafty, Weathe... 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 right honourable William Pitt, Earl of Chatham

The right honourable William Pitt, Earl of Chatham

Print shows William Pitt, bust portrait; medallion above eight lines of verse.

Secretary Pitt

Secretary Pitt

Print shows William Pitt, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left; medallion.

E of Chatham

E of Chatham

Print shows William Pitt, head-and-shoulders portrait, right profile; in oval with allegorical scene in lower foreground showing Britannia seated, leaning against her shield, an owl and caduceus on the ground i... more

William Pitt - il faut déclarer la guerre a la France / L. Binet del. ; L.S. Berthet sculp.

William Pitt - il faut déclarer la guerre a la France / L. Binet del. ...

Print shows William Pitt, half-length portrait, standing with the aid of crutchers behind balustrade, facing front with right arm extended, during speech to Parliament; two men stand in the background.

The vision

The vision

Print shows a young man, possibly William Pitt, the younger, being visited by a ghost from the grave, possibly the elder William Pitt, who has come "to warn thee against thy impending fate - Beware of Prerogati... more

Miss Carolina Sulivan - one of the obstinate daughters of America, 1776 / Matting(?) D(?) del.

Miss Carolina Sulivan - one of the obstinate daughters of America, 177...

Cartoon shows Sullivan's Island, portrayed as a head-and-shoulders portrait of a woman who looks like William Pitt, right profile, with large hairdo meant to conceal fortifications, cannons, and several battle flags.

Miss Carolina Sulivan - one of the obstinate daughters of America, 1776 / Matting(?) D(?) del.

Miss Carolina Sulivan - one of the obstinate daughters of America, 177...

Cartoon shows Sullivan's Island, portrayed as a head-and-shoulders portrait of a woman who looks like William Pitt, right profile, with large hairdo meant to conceal fortifications, cannons, and several battle flags.

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