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.
- Doyle, John, 1797-1868.
- 2 May 1831
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The print contains extensive dialogue The persons shown are listed below in this catalogue record, starting from the left
[London] (26 Haymarket) : Thos. McLean, 2 May 1831 ([London] : C. Motte)
1 print : chalk lithograph, with watercolour ; image 24.6 x 37.3 cm.
Hoo - loo - choo. Alias John Bull and the doctors. HB
British Museum, Catalogue of political and personal satires, vol. XI, London 1954, no. 16666
Wellcome Library no. 12234i
- John Bull (Symbolic character)
- Costume |History –19th century
- Tumors |Surgery.
- Legislative bodies |Reform.
- Great Britain.
- Russell, John Russell, Earl, 1792-1878.
- Spencer, John Charles Spencer, Earl, 1782-1845.
- Grey, Charles Grey, Earl, 1764-1845.
- Peel, Robert, 1788-1850.
- Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of, 1769-1852.
- Hoo Loo, 1799-1831.
- Key, C. Aston 1793-1849.
- Wharncliffe, James Archibald Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie, Baron, 1776-1845.
- Guy's Hospital.