A general discharge : Or the darling angel's finishing stroke
- A general discharge : Or the darling angel's finishing stroke
Mrs. Clarke has been making pretty havoc among the branches of the service. She has drummed out a number of officers to the tune of the Rogue's March ; discomfited generals and prelates, who, since their intrigues are unmasked, are doing their best to get out of range. As to the 'Darling Angel's redoubtable opponent, the Commander-in Chief, he has laid down his cocked-hat and sword, and, on his knees, is trying to mitigate the excess of mischief which his discarded lady-love is in a position to wreak.
- Rowlandson, Thomas, 1756-1827
March 13, 1809
Satires (Visual works)
Boston Public Library
- Collection (local):
Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827). Prints and Drawings
The Caricature Magazine or Hudibrastic Mirror Vol. 5
Frederick Augustus, Prince, Duke of York and Albany, 1763-1827
Clarke, Mary Anne, 1776?-1852
- 1 print : hand-colored etching ; sheet 26 x 39 cm
No known copyright restrictions.
No known restrictions on use.
No. 111 Cheapside :
- Notes (acquisition):
The Albert H. Wiggin Collection, 1941
- Notes (date):
Date from item.
- Notes (citation):
Grego, Joseph. "Rowlandson the caricaturist; a selection from his works with anecdotal descriptions of his famous caricatures, in two volumes." London: Chatto and Windus, 1880
Title from item.
Grego, II, p. 115, 153
- Notes (object):
Bound in "The Caricature Magazine or Hudibrastic Mirror Vol. 5," the fifth volume in a set of five published under this title by Thomas Tegg. The five volumes contained 251 prints in all.