GILLRAY, James (after)Preliminaries of Peace! – or – John Bull,and his Little Friends „Marching to Paris“. (Weimar, Industrie-Comptoir, 1802)

Plate: 175 x 226mm; Sheet: 190 x 249mm; Hand-coloured etching; upper margin cut close to plate-number

Lord Hawkesbury as a drummer boy marching before JohnBull, leading an English crowd to Paris. „Hawkesbury is attacked for surrendering British interests, acting under the orders of Pitt, and for misleading the peace-loving John Bull who is urged to destruction by a Jacobinical and pro-French Opposition“ (BM Satires) This is a reduced version of Gillray’s caricature published in 1801 by Hannah Humphrey in London.

Broadley E 103; – cf. BM Satires 9726; Broadley A 725 (for the Humphrey issue)