Title: The ordinary of Newgate’s account of the behaviour, confession and dying words, of Elizabeth Brownrigg : who was executed at Tyburn, on Monday, Sept. the 14th, 1767. In the mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Kite, Knt., Lord-Mayor of the City of London.
Publication: London : Printed for M. Lewis and Son, (No. I) in Pater-Noster Row, 
A satire on the electoral Reform Bill of 1831, which was passed soon after this print was issued. Grant shows the figure of blind Justice leaning out from a mass of billowing clouds and holding her scales labelled “Reform 1813”. The load on the left side labeled “People’, though containing fewer documents — Magna Carta, Economy & Retrenchment, Peace of Plenty, Extension of the Electi[c] Franchise, Cheap Government — is heavier than the other plate “Oligarchy” which is weighted down by: Bribes, Corruption, Six Acts, Corn Law, Church, Rotten Boroughs, Corporation Charters, Law & Iniquity, Taxes, Imposts, Holy Alliance, [F?]onal Debt. A group of four men in the left foreground include a judge; the one man says “Behold! a mere feather turns the ballance in our favour and saves us from revolution & disgrace.” Just beyond them in the middle distance the King stands firmly and says “The triumph of this great & vital cause will fix my crown more firm upon my head.” On the right a group of over six men including a clergyman who wipes his brow and cries “The draft is in their favor. Our cause is lost. Oh dictatorium, dictatorium, dic-“. Another gentleman behind him cries “They may vainly recken on a paltry unit, we have yet power to rent it peicemeal [sic].” In the distance a crowd cheers, and some hold signs for “Reform” and “Support the King & his ministers”, etc.
Printmaker: Grant, C. J. (Charles Jameson), active 1830-1852.
Title: Majority one against the boroughmongers [graphic] / C.J. Grant.
Publication: [London] : Pub. by John Fairburn, Broadway, Ludgate Hill, March 26th, 1831.
Title: The gentleman’s guide, in his tour through France / wrote by an officer in the Royal-Navy …
Published: Bristol : Printed by S. Farley in Castle-Green, and sold by T. Cadell, Mrs. Palmer, and A. Brown ; also by A. Millar, in the Strand, and G. Kearsley, on Ludgate-Hill, London ; Mr. Fletcher, in Oxford ; Messrs. Fletcher and Hodson, in Cambridge ; and Smith and Son, in Dublin,