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Topic: political cartoons

1599
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1990
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The blessed effects of venality

The blessed effects of venality

Print shows a man, possibly George III, chopping a leg "Commons" of a three-legged stool, "Lords" and "Privy Council" being the other two legs, which may represent the Parliament and its openness to corruption,... more

The taking of Miss Mud I'land

The taking of Miss Mud I'land

Print shows a female figure as the Mud Island fortress, Fort Mifflin, with two flags on her bonnet, astride a cannon firing on the British warship "Isis"; also show the "Somerset", "Roebuck", "Eagle", and the "... more

The conference between the brothers how to get rich

The conference between the brothers how to get rich

Print shows Admiral Richard Howe and General William Howe seated at a table discussing how to profit from the war in America. The Devil stands between them and answers their question, "... [H]ow shall we get ri... more

The burthens of plenty / H. (or N.) R. ; J. T. [?].

The burthens of plenty / H. (or N.) R. ; J. T. [?].

"An enormously fat man walks (left to right) towards an eating-house followed by a lean and ragged man bent with the weight of a basket laden with food which he carries on his head and shoulders..." (Source: George)

Mademoiselle de Beaumont or The Chevalier D'Eon

Mademoiselle de Beaumont or The Chevalier D'Eon

"D'Eon (W.L.) dressed half as a woman, half as a man. On his right side he wears a lady's full dress, his hair in the fashionable inverted pyramid decorated by a feather..." (Source: George)

Poor old England endeavoring to reclaim his wicked American children

Poor old England endeavoring to reclaim his wicked American children

Print shows England as an old man with wooden leg and crutch tugging on strings hooked onto the noses of five American men across a divide labeled "The Atlantic Ocean"; the men resist, shoot pellets at, and tau... more

Lady Betty Besom, Bath / Matt[?] Darly fect. ag fort.

Lady Betty Besom, Bath / Matt[?] Darly fect. ag fort.

Caricature showing Juliana Popjoy, aka Lady Betty Besom, riding sidesaddle as she leaps over a wall, "The sacred Boundary of Discretion." We see only her enormous wig from behind.

A speedy & effectual preparation for the next world / Mathina [or Mattina] ; Darly, sc.

A speedy & effectual preparation for the next world / Mathina [or Matt...

"A lady sits, in profile to the right, at a dressing-table; she is dipping a brush into a pot marked Rouge, other toilet implements and a looking-glass are on the table..." (Source: George)

The Commissioners / M Darly.

The Commissioners / M Darly.

"The five commissioners (right) recently nominated to negotiate peace with the colonies, kneel one behind the other at the feet of America, who sits (left) on a pile of barrels and bales..." (Source: George)

Review of the York Regiment / P. Canon delt. ; T. Parson sct.

Review of the York Regiment / P. Canon delt. ; T. Parson sct.

Print shows William Markham, Archbishop of York speaking to Britannia while gesturing toward British troops wearing clerical bands and low-brimmed hats, he says, "Madam a noble Corps, True and Staunch Friends t... more

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 Commissioners / M Darly.

The Commissioners / M Darly.

"The five commissioners (right) recently nominated to negotiate peace with the colonies, kneel one behind the other at the feet of America, who sits (left) on a pile of barrels and bales..." (Source: George)

The tea-tax-tempest, or the Anglo-American revolution

The tea-tax-tempest, or the Anglo-American revolution

A satire expressing a Continental European view of the American Revolution, showing Father Time using a magic lantern to project the image of a teapot exploding among frightened British troops as American troop... more

[Wegens de staat der Engelsche natie, in't jaar 1778]

[Wegens de staat der Engelsche natie, in't jaar 1778]

Cartoon shows America (represented by a man with feathered cap) cutting the horns off a cow (representing British commerce) which is being milked by a Dutchman, two men (representing France and Spain) are stand... more

[Emblematical print adapted to the times]

[Emblematical print adapted to the times]

Print shows Britannia conferring with Neptune over the upstart America; they sit on the shore, presumably of England, and point to a man seated on the opposite shore holding a striped flag with 26 (13 white and... more

The olive rejectd or the Yankees revenge

The olive rejectd or the Yankees revenge

Print shows a representative of the British crown in America for peace negotiations (identified in the text as Edmund Burke, though possibly Lord North), he is wearing a crown with olive branch on his head and ... more

An extraordinary, gazette, or the, disappointed politicians

An extraordinary, gazette, or the, disappointed politicians

Print shows a group of British politicians sitting and standing around a table in a public house or club reading the latest news of a dispatch from General Henry Clinton possibly referring to his evacuation of ... more

Humours of May Day, pl. 2

Humours of May Day, pl. 2

Cartoon print showing bawdy (women?) revelers dancing in the street before a doorway inscribed "Lows."

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 village barber / H. J.

The village barber / H. J.

"A barber is dressing the hair of a woman seated in profile to the right ..." (Source: George)

Mr. Trade & family or the state of ye nation / St--t, B--rn--d, & Co. origt. ; G--rm--e, N--h & Co. excr.

Mr. Trade & family or the state of ye nation / St--t, B--rn--d, & Co. ...

Print shows a ragged family driven to poverty probably through the policies and actions of the Earl of Bute, George Germain, and Lord North, with some able assistence by former Massachusetts governor Francis Be... more

Hell in triumph or The devil has got his own / Peepo Mellico, scratchavit.

Hell in triumph or The devil has got his own / Peepo Mellico, scratcha...

Print shows Sir Hugh Palliser, a naval admiral and accuser of Admiral Augustus Keppel following the inconclusive battle off the coast of Ushant in 1778, being pulled off a cliff by demons toward the open mouth ... more

The political raree-show: or a picture of parties and politics, during and at the close of the last session of Parliament, June 1779

The political raree-show: or a picture of parties and politics, during...

Print shows a man directing a boy to view a peepshow of events and actions of the British government, as well as international affairs involving England. The peepshow presents 12 views in three columns; number ... more

Prattle / MD.

Prattle / MD.

Print shows a full-length portrait of a man, right profile, holding hat in right hand. Includes inscription below which expresses the opinion of the character depicted regarding the progress of the war in America.

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

The liberty of the subject

The liberty of the subject

"A press-gang at work in a London street, at the end of which appears the dome of St. Paul's..." (Source: George)

Le Destin molestant les Anglois

Le Destin molestant les Anglois

Print shows the Comte d'Estaing presenting a palm frond to America, a Native wearing feathered headdress and skirt and holding a staff topped with a liberty cap and who is seated on a throne of bales and barrel... more

Les Anglois molestes et chatiees

Les Anglois molestes et chatiees

Print shows 1. a beaming sun with fleur-de-lis shining on 2. a man who resembles George Washington, wearing military uniform and hat labeled "Congress" and "Washington," holding a raised lash in his right hand ... more

The present state of Great Britain / J. Phillips fecit.

The present state of Great Britain / J. Phillips fecit.

Print shows a man representing Great Britain, half-asleep, holding a staff topped with a liberty cap which a Native, representing America, is attempting to remove; a Dutchman on his knees before Great Britain i... more

The birth-day ode* - as it was preformed before his M--, on the 4th of June, by the Royal Band

The birth-day ode* - as it was preformed before his M--, on the 4th of...

Print shows three musicians, Lord Sandwich on kettle drums, Lord North on violin, and Lord Germain on flute, accompanied by four singers as they present "The distresses of the nation: an ode performed in honor ... more

The European diligence

The European diligence

Print shows a Dutchman rolling a wheelbarrow over Britannia; along for the ride are France represented by a man leaning over the front of the wheelbarrow with a sword ready to stab Britannia, America represente... more

De man in't hembd, of de gefnuikte hoogmoed

De man in't hembd, of de gefnuikte hoogmoed

Print shows a man in a nightshirt (representing England) being attacked by several men (representing the countries of the armed neutrality league and the allies), he is held by a Swede and a Dane, a Frenchman p... more

[Association meeting at York]

[Association meeting at York]

Print shows an allegorical representation of a meeting of the Association of York during which all disputes were amicably settled.

The English lion dismember'd or the voice of the public for an enquiry into public expenditure

The English lion dismember'd or the voice of the public for an enquiry...

Print shows, on the left, Lord North carrying a large sack labeled "Budget" over his shoulder, tethered to the sack by chain is a lion from which America (represented by a Native man wearing feathered headdress... more

Loon na werk 1780

Loon na werk 1780

Print shows a large dog (representing England) muzzled and chained being attacked by several men (representing the countries of the armed neutrality league and the allies, a Swede, a Dane, a Frenchman with an u... more

The old sow in Distress, or the country parsons return from tithing

The old sow in Distress, or the country parsons return from tithing

Cartoon showing an obese parson on horseback, holding a pig and a chicken.

Recruits / W. H. Bunbury, delint. ; Watson & Dickinson, excudt.

Recruits / W. H. Bunbury, delint. ; Watson & Dickinson, excudt.

"An engraving in stipple, printed in sepia tint, and representing the examination of three military recruits by a young officer in a barrack yard, or on the road in front of "The Old Fortune" (of War) tavern...... more

De'Estaing at spa or the French Admiral in all his glory / Colley, invt. et delt.

De'Estaing at spa or the French Admiral in all his glory / Colley, inv...

Admiral seated and being served fricasse of frogs and soup meager.

The desponding hero of the Coldstream - a military madrigal

The desponding hero of the Coldstream - a military madrigal

Print shows dejected members of the Coldstream Guards sitting around a banquet table bemoaning a possible assignment in America. Includes five stanzas of verse.

Den Engelsman op zyn uiterste l'Anglois a toute extremitez.

Den Engelsman op zyn uiterste l'Anglois a toute extremitez.

Print shows the interior of a bedroom where an Englishman is vomiting over the left side of a bed into a bowl held by a Dutchman, two men are standing on the right side of the bed, one labeled "Dr B Franklin" a... more

Westminster election 1780 / E--g inv.

Westminster election 1780 / E--g inv.

Print shows Lord Lincoln standing on the right of St. Paul's portico, Charles James Fox standing in the center with Britannia and the British lion, and on the left, James Young, acting as proxy for Admiral Rodn... more

Britania [sic] and her daughter - a song

Britania [sic] and her daughter - a song

Print shows Britannia standing on the left poised with her spear and shield for battle, on the right America (represented by a female Native with feathered headdress) is standing between a Spaniard and a French... 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

John Bull triumphant

John Bull triumphant

Print shows a bull tossing a Spaniard into the air, the Earl of Bute, Lord North, and the Earl of Mansfield are attempting to hold it back by pulling on its tail; a Frenchman and America (represented by a Nativ... more

Billiards / H. Bunbury, esqr., delt. ; Watson & Dickinson, excudt.

Billiards / H. Bunbury, esqr., delt. ; Watson & Dickinson, excudt.

"A game of billiards is being played on a table, one corner of which only is visible, so curiously elongated that it gives the impression of a triangular table..." (Source: George)

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

The f--x and H--d or rival candidates - humbly address'd to the worthy electors of W--r

The f--x and H--d or rival candidates - humbly address'd to the worthy...

Print shows Charles James Fox standing on the left and Lord Lincoln on the right, facing each other as candidates in the Westminster elections.

A vieu of Plymouth

A vieu of Plymouth

Print shows Lord Amherst, Lieutenant General of the Ordnance, wearing military uniform, looking into a peepshow for a view of the progress of the war in America. As Jeffery looks, the showman says, "There you s... more

John Bulls alternative

John Bulls alternative

Print shows John Bull (representing England) standing on his toes on a rock, a rope around his neck and tied to a limb above him; on the right, across a body of water (probably representing the English Channel)... more

Billiards / Mr. Bunbury, del ; Js. Bretherton, f.

Billiards / Mr. Bunbury, del ; Js. Bretherton, f.

"One corner of a billiard-table is visible, the rest being cut off by the right margin of the print. A player, in profile to the right, holds up with exaggerated care a cue in front of a ball lying near the cor... more

Jack England fighting the four confederates

Jack England fighting the four confederates

Print shows a British sailor about to fight the "four confederates" America as "Yanky Doodle" (represented by a Native man wearing feathered headdress and skirt) lying on the ground moaning, "This fall has hurt... more

The gig / Wells del.

The gig / Wells del.

Print shows two British sailors waving banners labeled "Rodney," one smokes a long clay pipe, between them is a Dutchman, his hands behind his back, sitting in the bottom portion of a toy top, he says, "Mine he... more

Englisch printet

Englisch printet

Print shows eight men wearing legal or clerical bands sitting at a long table, in front of which is a procession of animals; on the right is a donkey throwing its rider, followed by a unicorn ridden by a cock, ... more

The coffee-house patriots, or news, from St. Eustatia / H. Bunbury Esqr. delint. ; W. Dickinson excudt.

The coffee-house patriots, or news, from St. Eustatia / H. Bunbury Esq...

Print shows interior view of a coffeehouse, presumably in London, where several man of commerce appear disgruntled at the news of the successful campaign to capture Saint Eustatius, a port used by British merch... more

Jason et medée. Ballet tragique

Jason et medée. Ballet tragique

"Gaetan Vestris as Jason between two ladies of the ballet..." (Source: George)

Don Volaseo - the famous Spanish partizan

Don Volaseo - the famous Spanish partizan

Print shows a man (possibly Edmund Burke) wearing military uniform sitting on a horse, in the middle background is a marquee before which a woman is sitting at a table drinking wine, in the distant background i... more

The budget

The budget

Print shows three headless men riding on the back of a two-headed beast which says, "I will support my friends, I have head enough for them all"; with one arm it devours a paper labeled "20 millions more" and w... more

The late auction at St. Eustatia - by R-- & V--

The late auction at St. Eustatia - by R-- & V--

Print shows the interior of an auction house where Admiral Rodney and General John Vaughan are disposing property seized from citizens on the island of Saint Eustatius which the British captured from the Dutch.

The state nurses

The state nurses

Print shows the Earl of Mansfield, seated, and the Earl of Sandwich keeping watch over the British lion asleep in a cradle around which are four barking dogs labeled "Holland", "America" who is urinating on a p... more

A petitioning, remonstrating, reforming, republican / R.S.

A petitioning, remonstrating, reforming, republican / R.S.

Cartoon shows a "Republican" squatting over an upturned crown, urinating into an upturned bishop's mitre. He supports himself with a staff on which is a liberty cap with the word "liberty" crossed out and "rebe... more

The thunderer

The thunderer

Print shows Banastre Tarleton boasting of his exploits to the Prince of Wales outside a brothel labeled "The Whirligig."

Lord No- - -h in the suds

Lord No- - -h in the suds

"North seated in a circular wash-tub, which froths with lather; he is surrounded by angry women..." (Source: George)

Labour in vain or let them tug & be da--nd

Labour in vain or let them tug & be da--nd

Print shows Neptune, the British lion, Britannia, and a British sailor on a piece of land labeled "England" laughing derisively at a Dutchman, a Frenchman, a Spaniard, and a partly draped Native woman wearing a... more

The catch singers

The catch singers

Print shows Lord North, on the right, Lord Germain, and Lord Sandwich (or Richard Howe) sitting around a table, with William Howe standing at the end of the table on the left; they are toasting their financial ... more

The American rattlesnake presenting Monsieur his ally a dish of frogs

The American rattlesnake presenting Monsieur his ally a dish of frogs

Print shows a rattlesnake, representing America, presenting a basket of frogs to a Frenchman. Includes a short verse advising Britons to drive a wedge between the Americans and the French during the peace negot... more

The bull over-drove, or, The drivers in danger

The bull over-drove, or, The drivers in danger

Print shows a bull trampling the prostrate body of Lord Sandwich, lead driver, and kicking toward Lord North and George Germain, the "drivers in danger." The bull is charging toward three men, representing Fran... more

War of posts / T. Colley, fect.

War of posts / T. Colley, fect.

Print shows the new ministers, Pitt, Keppel, Conway, Burke, Fox, and Richmond riding on wooden posts and cannon drive, with the aid of a devil, the old ministers, Nick, Sandwich, Amherst, North, and Mansfield i... more

The surrender of government castle, in March 1782, to the late besieging minority

The surrender of government castle, in March 1782, to the late besiegi...

Print shows members of the old ministry walking out of the "Government Castle" closely followed by a devil, and members of the new ministry marching in.

The state cooks making peace-porridge

The state cooks making peace-porridge

Print shows several British ministers, Keppel, Fox, Richmond, Conway, and others, preparing a porridge of peace to offer Holland, France, and Spain, and separately to a Native wearing a feathered headdress and ... more

The V- - - [Victualling] committee framing a report

The V- - - [Victualling] committee framing a report

"Members of a parliamentary committee seated round an oblong table; two tiers of raised seats are on the farther side of the table, in the centre of the upper tier sits the chairman, immediately below him the c... more

Gloria Mundi, or The Devil addressing the sun - Pare. Lost, Book IV

Gloria Mundi, or The Devil addressing the sun - Pare. Lost, Book IV

Cartoon showing Charles James Fox standing on a roulette wheel perched atop a globe showing England and continental Europe, the implication is that his penniless state, indicated by turned-out pockets, is due t... more

Prince Stadhold--r resuming his deliberation

Prince Stadhold--r resuming his deliberation

Print shows a caricature of Prince William V of Holland as a slightly obese man, of deficient intellect, with empty ("MT") trouser pockets, and holding a sword by the blade against his breast, while notes and v... more

The British lion engaging four powers

The British lion engaging four powers

Print shows a lion confronting a spaniel, representing Spain, a fighting cock, representing France, a rattlesnake, representing America, and a pug dog, representing Holland.

Britania's assassination, or -- the republican amusement

Britania's assassination, or -- the republican amusement

Print shows members of the new ministry, among them, Fox, Wilkes, Dunning, Richmond, Burke, and Keppel, dismantle a statue of Britannia; they are prevented from doing further damage by Thurow and Mansfield who ... more

Wonders wonders wonders & wonders - dedicated to the wonderfull wonderfull wonderer

Wonders wonders wonders & wonders - dedicated to the wonderfull wonder...

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

Anticipation; or, the contrast to the royal hunt / Britons fact.

Anticipation; or, the contrast to the royal hunt / Britons fact.

Print shows the restoration of England under the new ministry; the pillars that supported the Temple of Fame are being righted and put back in place; a soldier with sword in hand protects a Native, representing... 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 royal hunt, or a prospect of the year 1782 / South Briton fecit ; North Briton invt.

The royal hunt, or a prospect of the year 1782 / South Briton fecit ; ...

Print shows Lord Sandwich playing a fiddle, sitting between two courtesans, to the left, Lord North yawns while sitting on a sack, behind them are Rigby, Amherst, and Germain. To the right of this party is stan... more

A smuggling machine or A convenient cosauway for a man in miniature

A smuggling machine or A convenient cosauway for a man in miniature

"A portrait of Richard Cosway, R.A., standing under the wide hooped petticoat of a tall lady, his wife, Maria, who puts her arms round him..." (Source: George)

The late bombardment of government castle / C. Goodnight sculp.

The late bombardment of government castle / C. Goodnight sculp.

Print shows members of the new ministry besieging a fortress where members of the old ministry, including George III, have taken refuge; the ministries are bombarding each other.

The political mirror or an exhibition of ministers for April 1782 / Razo Rezio inv ; Crunk Fogo sculp.

The political mirror or an exhibition of ministers for April 1782 / Ra...

Print shows Lords Sandwich, Rigby, North, Mansfield, an unidentified man, and Germain in the clutches of a devil, fall into an abyss, driven there by the opposition, or new ministers, Thurlow, Conway, Camden, B... more

Florizel and Perdita

Florizel and Perdita

A bust portrait divided vertically by a line down the center of the face, left half of face representing the Prince of Wales, and right half representing Mrs. Robinson, or Perdita.

The only booth in the fair - Portland & Co., late Shelburne / I. Boyne invt & exct, London.

The only booth in the fair - Portland & Co., late Shelburne / I. Boyne...

Print shows a country fair amusement with Charles James Fox, on a raised platform, wearing a dunce or liberty cap labeled "Vox Populi" receiving bribes from Lord North, to the right, on the platform, Lord Shelb... more

An analysis of modern patriotism performed by public opinion & displayed by public indignation / PH [crossed out] ; AW sct.

An analysis of modern patriotism performed by public opinion & display...

Print shows two views of Charles James Fox, on the left, as a member of parliament supporting the policies of Lord North, and on the right, when out of office, on a platform before a crowd arguing against the p... more

A block for the wigs - or, the new state whirligig

A block for the wigs - or, the new state whirligig

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

The state vintners

The state vintners

"The interior of a punch-house. In an alcove or bar (right), behind a counter, stand North and Fox mixing punch..." (Source: George)

The Robin Hood Society

The Robin Hood Society

"A meeting of this well-known debating society..." (Source: George)

Mrs. General Washington, bestowing thirteen stripes on Britania

Mrs. General Washington, bestowing thirteen stripes on Britania

Print shows George Washington wearing a dress about to whip Britannia with 13 lashes as three men representing Spain, France, and Holland urge him on.

Blessed are the peacemakers

Blessed are the peacemakers

Print shows two men representing Spain and France leading George III by a rope attached to his neck and Lord Shelburne through a gateway formed by spears, from the crossbar of which are tumbling the British lio... more

Haut tapfer zu auf diesen Hund ... / J.M. Will, excud. A.V.

Haut tapfer zu auf diesen Hund ... / J.M. Will, excud. A.V.

Print shows Turks, represented by dogs, fleeing toward Constantinople after the Battle of Vienna, 1683. In the center, a large dog, representing the Sultan, is being beaten by two European officers(?). Overhead... more

Dominion of the sea

Dominion of the sea

Print shows Britannia in a boat with a fox on the prow at anchor in "Portland Road"; she is holding a staff with the banner of St. George and the British flag, and an olive branch in her right hand, her shield ... more

Le grande Bretagne mutilé Das verstümmelte Britanien.

Le grande Bretagne mutilé Das verstümmelte Britanien.

Print shows the head and torso of Britannia chained to a hillside, her arms and legs, representing the American colonies, have been cut off and lie on the ground before her; a sailor in chains stands among arti... more

The [ass]-headed and [cow-heart]-ed ministry making the British [lion] give up the pull

The [ass]-headed and [cow-heart]-ed ministry making the British [lion]...

Print shows the British lion harnessed on one side of "the pit of ruin" and a spanial (for Spain), a cock (for France), a rattlesnake (for America), and a pug dog (for Holland) harnessed on the other side, pull... more

L--d Shel--, begging Monsieur to make piss or p--e

L--d Shel--, begging Monsieur to make piss or p--e

Print shows Lord Shelburne holding a chamber pot up to a Frenchman, saying "Monsieur, be so obliging as to make piss with us." The Frenchman is kicking the pot, saying, "By the House of Bourbon, with the war we... more

Peace porridge all hot - the best to be got / T. Colley engd.

Peace porridge all hot - the best to be got / T. Colley engd.

Print shows an Englishman and servant offering bowls of "peace porridge" to a Frenchman, a Spaniard, a Dutchman, and a Native woman representing America. The Native says, "I rest Contented with a dish of Indepe... more

Amusement for John Bull & his cousin Paddy, or, the gambols of the American buffalo, in St. James's Street

Amusement for John Bull & his cousin Paddy, or, the gambols of the Ame...

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

The man of the people, the foot-ball of the people

The man of the people, the foot-ball of the people

"Fox, in the air, is kicked as a football between two groups of three men; from each coat-pocket falls a bunch of grapes..." (Source: George)

The platonic lovers / Designed by Fashion ; Execd. by Folly ; W.D. [Dent].

The platonic lovers / Designed by Fashion ; Execd. by Folly ; W.D. [De...

"Lord Derby left and Miss Farren right sit facing each other in profile, their heads close together, both smiling..." (Source: George)