John Bull reclines on a bank yawning as four men help themselves to the contents of his open sack. Lithograph by R. Seymour, 1832.
- Seymour, Robert, 1798-1836.
- 1 Oct 1832
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The three plundering Tories are the Duke of Wellington who hooks out a joint of beef, the Duke of Ellenborough who spears a plum-pudding and The Duke of Newcastle who drinks from a bottle
On the disappointment felt at the attempt at political reform by the Tories who are depicted here as a gang of robbers
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