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Artist or CreatorJohn Doyle, 1797-1868
Title or CaptionAn Irish subject
Extent1 item
Published by[London]
Date1 Aug 1839
Also published byPublished by T. Mclean, 26, Haymarket
Size28 x 37cm
Embedded text or transcriptQueen Victoria:- Set me down! Set me down!. - Lord John Russell:- Hello! Paddy. Take
care with your whip! You know he could easily knock us all to pieces, in our present situation. -
Lord Melbourne:- I wonder will we ever get to the end of this journey. - Lord Monteagle:- Oh
never fear your honor! he's a beautiful beast at the work, when he pulls kindly, but I didn't
know what's come over him all of a sudden.
Person DepictedVictoria (1819-1901); Queen of Great Britain
Melbourne; William Lamb, (1779-1848); Viscount
Russell; John Russell, (1792-1878); Earl,
Monteagle of Brandon; Thomas Spring-Rice, (1790-1866); Baron
O'Connell; Daniel (1775-1847)
NotesSigned HB [i.e. John Doyle] in the bottom left hand corner At bottom right hand corner of
cartoon: A. Ducôtés Lithy. 70 St. Martins L. Subscribers copy stamp in bottom left hand corner
SeriesHB sketches
Copyright contact
Location of artworkTabley Collection at the University of Manchester
Relates to cartoonM0030555MU

Show related Persons records.

GB/BCA/616Victoria (1819-1901); Queen of Great Britain1819-1901   
GB/BCA/3084Melbourne; William Lamb, (1779-1848); Viscount1779-1848   
GB/BCA/5597Russell; John Russell, (1792-1878); Earl,1792-1878   
GB/BCA/5801Monteagle of Brandon; Thomas Spring-Rice, (1790-1866); Baron1790-1866   
GB/BCA/574O'Connell; Daniel (1775-1847)1775-1847   
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