Broadside showing, above three columns of text (comprising the petition), George III seated on his throne receiving several men, one, kneeling before him, presents the petition, on May 24th 1769.
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.
Print shows King George III, full-length portrait, wearing coronation robes, standing in library with seal of England over the doorway; he holds a medal with portrait of Alfred the Great. Title from item. Illus... more
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
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
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
Print shows Britannia and America, several British ministers, and King George III, they appear as couples shaking hands, except for the central figure of three. Standing on the left is Britannia with the Britis... more
Cartoon shows a carousel on which sit government ministers Charles Fox, Lord North, Edmund Burke and Admiral Keppel. Beam in the center of the carousel platform is a pillar topped by a bust of King George III, ... more
Print shows several ministers helping themselves to fishes and loaves that have spilled from a fishwife's basket which was upset by a rampaging "American Buffalo"; among those depicted are the Duke of Portland,... more
Print shows King George III, full-length portrait, facing left, wearing ermine robe and powdered wig, left hand resting on shelf with orb, crown, and scepter.
Print showing large crowd gathered before a pavilion in Vauxhall Gardens where Mrs. Weichsel (Billington) is singing, in the lower left, Dr. Johnson is seated at a table, eating, facing front, with James Boswel... more
Print shows Edward Thurlow and a woman, possibly Queen Charlotte, on a donkey labeled "WP" (William Pitt?) wearing a lion skin, a partially eclipsed sun (George III) above them; on the right two men are seated ... more
Print shows rear views of the Prince of Wales, Maria Fitzherbert, Charles James Fox, Lord North, Edmund Burke, a prospective Lord Chancellor, and Richard B. Sheridan, with buttocks exposed, defecating. On the w... more
Print shows George, Prince of Wales, seated at a table eating and drinking with several bulls, the "Paddys", a reference to the Prince's Irish supporters, of whom two wear crowns. The illness of George III (178... more
Caricature of George IV as the Prince of Wales, languid with repletion, leaning back in an arm-chair, at a table covered with remains of a meal, holding a fork to his mouth. His waistcoat is held together by a ... more
Print showing Lady Archer, the Prince of Wales (later King George IV), the Countess of Buckinghamshire, and Charles Fox engaged in a game of faro as spectators observe.
British caricature showing the King and Queen sitting in latrine, above which is part of the royal arms, the lion looking down and excreting. They look in horror at Pitt, who tells them of the shooting of Gusta... more
Print shows a sequence of scenes arranged in two rows starting, in upper left, with King George III dismissing Edward Thurlow and followed by a chain of events resulting from Thurlow's anger that affect family ... more
Print shows George III sitting at a table with the Queen and two of his daughters, and the Queen's Keeper of the Robes, Juliana Elizabeth Schwellenbergen holding a bottle of "Brandy", discussing the use of suga... more
King George III as a huntsman, holds up to a pack of hounds a fox with the head of Napoleon. Hounds' collars inscribed with names of naval leaders "Nelson," "Sydney S. Gardner," "Cornwallis." Men on horseback l... more
King George III, his face hidden by a pillar, grabs the pigtail of Lord Grenville, and holds his scepter as if ready to strike Grenville. Members of the government, including Howick, holding a torn copy of the ... more
Print showing George III, King of Great Britain, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left, wearing military hat and coat.
Print shows George, the Prince Regent, dancing and drinking at a lavish party with the wife of a man who sits with a dejected look on his face and holding a sheet of paper "Order of the day" which lists "Breakf... more
A satire on the pending publication of "The Book" part of a campaign to attack the Regent through his wife, showing a figure, draped in white, supporting on outstretched arms the open pages of a huge book. He s... more
Print shows Napoleon I standing on a slip of land labeled "Elba" yelling at George, Prince of Wales, who is standing on a patch of land labeled "England." Napoleon complains that the British have deprived him o... more
John Bull, in tattered clothes, seated on a stool, gazing gloomily at a book on the ground: "The Extraordina[ry] Red Book". He is surrounded by the Regent with two gouty legs supported on crutches, Liverpool, M... more
Henry Brougham, John Bull, and the British lion (Leo Britannicus) attacking a hydra representing the property tax. At tail of the monster Mr. Tierney tells Britannia to rise. In the background, Liverpool, the R... more
Cartoon shows ministers, among them Vansittart and Castlereagh, vomiting taxes into a large bag labeled "budget." The Prince Regent stands nearby, supported on crutches labeled "more money" and "increase in inc... more
Vansittart and Castlereagh, as surgeons, bleeding coins from the arms of John Bull. The coins are collected by Prince Leopold, Princess Charlotte, a tiny McMahon, a Chinese mandarin, and the gouty Regent. Broug... more
Print shows 16 vignettes regarding the collection of evidence, the infamous "green bags" documenting the affair between Caroline and Bartolomeo Bergami, for the attempt by George IV to divorce his wife.
Print shows King George IV fallen to the floor, he clutches his stomach, near him are a "Plan for Divorce," a decanter and cup, cards and dice. In the background sits his estranged wife Caroline about to be cro... more
Print shows a street procession with King George IV at his coronation festivities on July 19, 1821, in St. James' Park, London. Balloon flying at upper right represents balloonist Charles Green's first ascensi... more
Stereograph shows the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) with Mayor Joseph Howard of Portland, Maine in a carriage in the street as a crowd watches, on October 20, 1860 in Portland, Maine.
The Prince of Wales and other men gathered outside Washington's tomb, Mount Vernon, Virginia. Illus. from: Harper's Weekly, 1860.
Photograph showing the elaborately decorated interior of a tent used during the tour of India by the Prince of Wales, 1875-76. Title from item. In album: India. No. 26.
Photograph showing the Prince of Wales, holding rifle, posing with members of his party and a dead tiger, during his tour of India, 1875-76.
Print shows George III peering through a magnifying glass at an extremely large hog, which was apparently a gift from Enniscorthy, Ireland, as a peace offering; behind the King stands Lord Chamberlain. Title fr... more
Illustration shows Uncle Sam standing at a table with 7 seated, dour-looking figures showing the attributes of the rulers of "Japan" (Meiji, Emperor of Japan), "Italy" (Victor Emmanuel III), "France" (Emile Lou... more
Illustration shows the procession for the coronation of Edward VII, King of Great Britain; many of those participating in the pageantry are wearing medieval costume.
Edward VII, King of Great Britain, half-length portrait, facing left. 10764 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by Lea Brothers & Company.
Stereograph shows a military officer reading King Edward's message to a large group of westerners and Fijians, on the occasion of his coronation.