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The Daily advertiser vide Dundas's speech in the House of Commons, 1797

Title
The Daily advertiser [graphic] : vide Dundas's speech in the House of Commons, 1797 / Jas. Gillray invt.
Published
[London] : [publisher not identified], [not before 1818]
Physical Description
1 print : etching ; plate mark 28 x 21.4 cm, on sheet 42 x 27 cm
Medium
wove paper
Local Notes
Temporary local subject terms: Treasury -- Newspapers: Daily Advertiser -- Allusion to French newspapers-- Speeches: Dundas's speech in the House of Commons, 30 Dec., 1796 -- Bonnet rouge -- Door knockers.
Notes
Title from item.
Publication date from watermark.
Three lines of quoted text, which differ slightly from that on the original print by Gillray, below title: "For a dozen years past he has follow'd the business of a Daily Advertiser ..."
Reduced copy of a print with the same title etched by Gillray and published by Hannah Humphrey in 1797. Cf. No. 8981 in the Catalogue of prints and drawings in the British Museum. Division I, political and personal satires, v. 7.
Plate from: Woodward, G.M. Caricature magazine, or Hudibrastic mirror. London : Thomas Tegg, [1808?], v. 1.
Also issued separately.
Provenance
Bound in the set of five volumes, formerly owned by Henry Arthur Johnstone. Binding: red morocco with his initials stamped in gold on the front cover in a shield with crossed swords and three floral stamps above and one below; also four floral stamps on spine with volume number and spine title in gold: The caricature magazine. Leather endpapers with his ex libris blind stamped on front flyleaf -- a boat with large sail, with a cutout in the shape of the sun in upper left.
Format
Images
Language
English
Added to Catalog
March 03, 2008
Genre/Form
Satires (Visual works) - England - 1818.
Etchings - England - London - 1818.
Watermarks (Paper) - 1818.
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