An Entire and Complete History, political and personal, of the boroughs of Great Britain (together with the Cinque Ports); to which is prefixed, An original sketch of constitutional rights, etc. By T. H. B. Oldfield. Correct Table of Parliamentary Patronage of Peers 1805
Women in Politics: Watching MPs from the Ladies Gallery in the House of Commons
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Truth in jeopardy, or power, versus freedom. DescriptionPlate from the 'Scourge', i. The naked body of Truth, badly wounded by axe-cuts, is supported by Lord Holland against the attacks of those who try to complete her murder. April 1811
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Political playthings for prostitute patriots. DescriptionBurke, in court dress, and wearing a ribbon and star, sits, erect and complacent, in an ornate armchair, his left foot on a footstool. His head is turned in profile to the right towards Pitt, who advances towards him, and is about to place an earl's coronet on his head, saying, "This for thy long and secret services". Burke answers "Thanks, my noble Master" Burke's support of Pitt created a rift between him and the Earl Fitzwilliam…
Cotton Patchwork Quilt, Dutch, ca. includes cotton prints from & many with original glazed surfaces; found in Pennsylvania, likely brought to America by Dutch immigrant; shape later altered for 4 poster bed;
The honey moon. DescriptionFox and Britannia dance together on a flagged pavement bordered on the left by a balustrade. Fox, in his laced Court suit, cf. BMSat 10529, takes the hand of the much taller Britannia who wears Roman draperies with a plumed helmet. He capers delightedly, holding out his tricorne hat; she dances with graceful seriousness. Her spear and shield lean against a column (r.). The music is supplied by Sheridan. February 1806. Fox was to die the same year, causing disarray
A Sale of Fox Hounds DescriptionPolitical satire: an auctioneer knocking down a pack of hounds with the human faces of the cabinet, held by Sheridan, while a grey horse neighs. 17 March 1812. Likely refers to the fact that the Prince Regent upon taking power turned his back on his old friends, the Foxite Whigs.