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Three women having a discussion in a latrine. Coloured etching, 1801.

Date:
Jan.ry 25 1801
Reference:
645160i
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Description

The woman seated on the left wears eyeglasses. The woman standing on the right has her hands in a muff. All wear large hats

Publication/Creation

London (101 Strand) : R. Ackermann, Jan.ry 25 1801.

Physical description

1 print : etching, with watercolour ; image, border and lettering 31 x 25.2 cm

Lettering

A privy council.

References note

Not found in: British Museum, Catalogue of political and personal satires

Lettering note

The first woman says "And pray Ma'am, what is your opinion of affairs in general?". The second replies "I hope Ma'am you don't allude to the Minister". The third, standing, says "When you are finished ladies, I should be happy to be permitted to make a motion"

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 645160i

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  • English


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