Materials: paper
Techniques: lithograph
Production person: Print made by John Doyle (HB)
Published by: Thomas McLean
Production place: London, England
Date: JULY 20, 1830
Schools/Styles: British satire

[British Museum Satires 16172]

No. 73. Lyndhurst, in hat, wig, and robes, sits on the Woolsack, holding a paper, between Lord Rosslyn (left) and Lord Shaftesbury (right), both wearing cocked hat and robes.

Curator's comments
(Description and comment from M. Dorothy George, 'Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the British Museum', XI, 1954)
Rosslyn as Lord Privy Seal; Shaftesbury as Chairman of Committees in the Lords, were, with the Chancellor, named in commissions to open and prorogue Parliament, &c. Cf. No. 16398.

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