A shew heifer going to Leinster Stable Yard

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Lord Leinster, personified as a rough Irish farmer, leads Queen Caroline by a rope around her neck. Leinster expounds: ‘Dam me! no one but the D… shall stop her.’ Another figure in the background, probably Bartolomeo Pergami, replies: ‘Stop Nosey, let me feel that Heifer.’

  • TitleA shew heifer going to Leinster Stable Yard [graphic].
  • Publication[Dublin : Pub. by McCleary, 21 Nassau Street, 1820]

Catalog Record & Digital Collection

Call no: TBD

Acquired November 2016

The Queen’s budget opened

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A satire on the proceedings against Queen Caroline.

  • TitleThe Queen’s budget opened, or Correspondence extraordinary, the defence of Her Majesty. A companion to the “Royal letter-bag”.
  • EditionSecond edition.
  • ProductionPrinted by J. Swan, 76, Fleet Street.
  • PublicationLondon : Sold by T. Dolby, 299, Strand; J. Fairburn, Broadway, Blackfriars and all booksellers, 1820.

Catalog Record

763 820

Acquired February 2016

The total eclipse

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  • TitleThe total eclipse : a grand politico-astronomical phenomenon, which occurred in the year 1820; with a series of engravings, to demonstrate the configuration of the planets. To which is added, an hieroglyphic, adapted to these wonderful times!
  • Edition[Second edition].
  • PublishedLondon : Published by Thomas Dolby, 299, Strand, 30 Holywell Street, adn 34, Wardour Street, [1820]

Catalog Record

763 820

Acquired February 2016

The Queen and Magna charta

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A satire, in verse, on the trial, etc., of Queen Caroline.
Illustrated by Isaac Robert Cruikshank.

  • TitleThe Queen and Magna charta; or, The thing that John signed …
  • PublishedLondon, Printed for and published by T. Dolby, 1820.

Catalog Record

763 820

Acquired February 2016

A peep at the p*v****n

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A satire on the proceedings against Queen Caroline

  • TitleA peep at the p*v****n, or, Boiled mutton with caper sauce at the temple of joss : a satirical poem.
  • EditionSixth edition.
  • PublicationLondon : Printed by and for E. Wilson, 88, Royal Exchange, 1820.

Catalog Record

763 820

Acquired February 2016

Reflection: to be, or not to be?

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George IV, looking into a full length mirror, is startled by the sight of the likeness of his estranged wife, Caroline looking back at him over the shoulder of his reflection in the mirror. He wears a crown, his coronet and feathers discarded on the floor beside him. The carpet, chair, and table-cloth are decorated with the Royal Arms.

  • Printmaker: Cruikshank, Robert, 1789-1856, printmaker.
  • Title: Reflection [graphic] : to be, or not to be?

Catalog Record & Digital Collection

820.02.11.01

Acquired July 2007