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A half naked woman held by two men, one of whom is peering up her skirt, while another forcibly pours the contents of a teapot down her throat which she spits back into his face: representing America being punished by British politicians with the Boston Port Bill. Engraving, 1774.
- [1 May 1774]
A man with an ass's head blindfolding a woman who is vomiting into a bowl held by an ape-like man: a quack takes her pulse while a fox-like man prepares a clyster-pipe; representing Lord Bute with Britannia and France, together with Smollett and Fox. Etching, 1762.
- From the Rial oak December 1762
The antique statue of Laocoön: Lord Melbourne as Laocoön, Lord John Russell and Thomas Spring-Rice as the two sons, entwined by two serpents with the faces of Lords Brougham and Lyndhurst. Coloured lithograph by H.B. (John Doyle), 1838.
- Doyle, John, 1797-1868.
- 10th [month not identified] 1838