Henry Addington, Lord Sidmouth, holding a bottle of medicine. Coloured etching by C. Williams, 1807.
A doctor presenting a patient with a large pill; satirizing Addington's concession to the City of London by withdrawing income tax. Coloured etching by C. Williams, 1802.
A large man in bed after giving birth to a mouse; satirizing the Duke of Buckingham's attempt to introduce his own 'Reform Bill' which excluded disenfranchisement. Coloured lithograph by J.Doyle, 1832.
Charles James Fox, dangerously ill, visited by an entourage of interested factions; satirizing the social and ministerial conflict surrounding him. Aquatint after J. Gillray, 1806.
George IV and entourage laden with provisions, about to embark from Brighton in the Royal Yacht; satirizing the extravagent monarch's distressed retreat from England at the time of the Queen's trial. Coloured etching by R. Cruikshank, 1820.