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Grey, Charles Grey, Earl, 1764-1845

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  • Charles James Fox, dangerously ill, visited by an entourage of interested factions; representing the social and ministerial conflict surrounding him. Aquatint after J. Gillray, 1806.
  • Lord Goderich shaving, and Lord Howick shoeing, a group of slaves: referring to the abolitionists. Coloured lithograph by J. Doyle, 1832.
  • John Bull being examined by eight doctors representing politicians, who diagnose his illness as cholera. Lithograph, ca. 1832.
  • The Prince Regent, his head irradiated, opens a bag containing cats; a cat with the head of Lord Eldon leaps on to a rat with the head of Lord Grey. Aquatint, 1811.
  • A man being restrained in a chair while a doctor and nurse prepare to give him some medicine; referring to English politicians' feelings towards Daniel O'Connell. Coloured lithograph by J. Doyle, 1833.
  • John Bull presented as the Chinese labourer Hoo Loo surrounded by surgeons discussing the removal of his tumor; referring to British political reform. Coloured lithograph by J. Doyle, 1831.
  • Charles James Fox, dangerously ill, visited by an entourage of interested factions; representing the social and ministerial conflict surrounding him. Coloured etching by J. Gillray, 1806.
  • John Bull as a patient, in disarray, reclines on a sofa and receives medical treatment from politicians. Coloured etching by G. Cruikshank, 1813.

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