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Henry Dundas, wearing traditional Scottish costume, protects William Pitt the younger under a large tartan cape; implying Dundas's sympathetic attitude towards Pitt referred to by Courtenay in a famous speech. Etching by J. Gillray, 1792.

Gillray, James, 1756-1815.
Date
2 June 1792

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Description

Pitt is sitting on a stool with the inscription: "Extracts from the Treasury"

Publication/Creation

[London] (18 Old Bond Street) : H. Humphrey, 2 June 1792.

Physical description

1 print : etching ; platemark 27.8 x 22.4 cm

Lettering

Wha wants me?

Publications note

British Museum, Catalogue of political and personal satires, vol. VI, London 1938, no. 8103

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 12181i

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  • English



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