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The funeral procession of Miss Regency

London : Pubd. April 29th, 1789 by S.W. Fores, 1789, printed 1851?

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : engraving, b&w ; x 30 x 95 cm.

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A satire of the overthrow of the Regency Bill by the recovery of King Geoge III. Mrs. Fitzherbert, still believed to be married to the Prince of Wales, is shown in the midst of a mock funeral procession behind the casket of the Prince of Wales. The casket is carried on the shoulders of six men with bulls' heads. Dialog bubbles issue from each of the mourners, which include political figures of the day. The procession is followed by a nude demon playing the fiddle.

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<p>A satire of the overthrow of the Regency Bill by the recovery of King Geoge III.  Mrs. Fitzherbert, still believed to be married to the Prince of Wales, is shown in the midst of a mock funeral procession behind the casket of the Prince of Wales.  The casket is carried on the shoulders of six men with bulls' heads.  Dialog bubbles issue from each of the mourners, which include political figures of the day.  The procession is followed by a nude demon playing the fiddle.</p>
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The funeral procession of Miss Regency

London : Pubd. April 29th, 1789 by S.W. Fores, 1789, printed 1851?

<p>A satire of the overthrow of the Regency Bill by the recovery of King Geoge III.  Mrs. Fitzherbert, still believed to be married to the Prince of Wales, is shown in the midst of a mock funeral procession behind the casket of the Prince of Wales.  The casket is carried on the shoulders of six men with bulls' heads.  Dialog bubbles issue from each of the mourners, which include political figures of the day.  The procession is followed by a nude demon playing the fiddle.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : engraving, b&w ; x 30 x 95 cm.

ABSTRACT

A satire of the overthrow of the Regency Bill by the recovery of King Geoge III. Mrs. Fitzherbert, still believed to be married to the Prince of Wales, is shown in the midst of a mock funeral procession behind the casket of the Prince of Wales. The casket is carried on the shoulders of six men with bulls' heads. Dialog bubbles issue from each of the mourners, which include political figures of the day. The procession is followed by a nude demon playing the fiddle.

No MeSH data available.