A figure composed of barrels batters the drooping head of a thistle; representing the forced resignation of Lord Melville following implications of malversation and the vote on Whitbread's motion. Aquatint by J. Sayer, 1805.
- Sayers, James, 1748-1823.
- 26 June 1805
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Drinkers depicted in the scene include Charles James Fox with a large tankard of beer
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