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A drunken Bacchus cavorts atop the globe, accompanied by Fortune; 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 by Daniël Veelwaard I after J. Smies, 1809.
- Smies, Jacob, 1764-1833.
The laws of chance: or, a mathematical investigation of the probabilities arising from any proposed circumstance of play. Applied to The Solution of a great Variety of Problems relating to Cards, Bowls, Dice, Lotteries, &c. By Samuel Clark, Teacher of Mathematics.
- Clark, Samuel, teacher of mathematics.
- MDCCLVIII.