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Artist or CreatorJohn Doyle, 1797-1868
Title or CaptionCicero in Catilinam A Classical fragment
Extent1 item
Published by[London]
Date22 Mar 1841
Also published byPublished ... by T. McLean, 26, Haymarket. Printed at the General Lith.
Establishment 70, St. Martins Lane
Size31 x 45cm
Embedded text or transcriptQuosques tandem abutâre, Catilina, patientia nostra? Quamdiu etiam furor iste tuus
nos eludet? Quem ad finem, sese effrenata jactabit audacia? ... Patere tua consilia non sentis?
Person DepictedPeel; Robert (1788-1850); Sir
O'Connell; Daniel (1775-1847)
Russell; John Russell, (1792-1878); Earl,
Carlisle; George William Frederick Howard, (1802-1864); Earl of
Palmerston; Henry John Temple (1784-1865); 3rd Viscount
Graham; James, (1792-1861); Sir
Derby; Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley (1799-1869); Earl
Hume; Joseph (1777-1855)
Implied textSpeeches: The Catiline Orations or Catilinarian Orations were speeches by Marcus
Tullius Cicero given in 63 BC to the consul of Rome which exposed the plot of Lucius Sergius
Catilina and his friends to overthrow the Roman government.
NotesSigned HB [i.e. John Doyle] in bottom left hand corner Subscribers copy stamp in bottom
left hand corner
Roman Empire
SeriesHB sketches
Copyright contact
Location of artworkTabley Collection at the University of Manchester
Relates to cartoonM0029168MU

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