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A troupe of quack medicine vendors crying up their wares, representing Opposition politicians advertising their policies to the Prince Regent, but he, represented as a horse ridden by R.C. Wellesley, gallops away from them. Coloured etching by G. Cruikshank after "Nathaniel NoParty", 1812.
- NoParty, Nathaniel, active 1812.
- 1 Feb[r]u[a]ry 1812
Larevellière-Lépeaux sits in a disordered quack doctor's room, in the presence of seven wounded French generals, one of them vomiting; representing French defeats in 1799 and Bonaparte's failed imperial ambitions in the east. Coloured etching by J. Gillray, 1799.
- Gillray, James, 1756-1815.
- 20 June 1799
A drunken satyr cavorts atop the globe; to his right physicians and quacks fight for legitimacy; to his left the scales held by a blindfold Justice are tipped by a lawyer's money: an allegory of the world of justice and health overturned into one of chance and greed. Coloured etching after J. Smies, c. 1800.
- Smies, Jacob, 1764-1833.
Business methods of specialists, or, How the advertising doctor succeeds : an exposition of the inside workings of the complicated structure the advertising specialist has built about himself, the doors of which are seldom open to the professional investigator
- Albright, Jacob Dissinger, 1870-