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The Court of Love, or an election in the island of Borneo.
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- The Court of Love, or an election in the island of Borneo.
(For description see other impression). 1 November 1812
- Published in: London
- (Europe,British Isles,England,London)
- Height: 285 millimetres
- Width: 485 millimetres
Inscription ContentLettered with title, publication line and artist's name 'G. Cruikshank fect/Published November 1st 1812 by W N Jones No5 Newgate Street.'
British XIXc Unmounted Roy
- Associated with: Jean Andoche Junot, duc d'Abrantes
- Associated with: Sir Peniston Lamb, 1st Viscount Melbourne
- Associated with: Mrs Dorothy Jordan
- Associated with: Francis Charles Seymour Conway, 3rd Marquess of Hertford
- Associated with: Francis Ingram Seymour, 2nd Marquess of Hertford
- Associated with: Right Hon Sir John McMahon
- Associated with: George IV, King of the United Kingdom
- Associated with: William IV, King of the United Kingdom
- Associated with: Isabella Anne Ingram Shepherd, 2nd Marchioness of Hertford
- Associated with: George Hanger, 4th Baron Coleraine
- Associated with: Frederick Augustus, Duke of York and Albany and Bishop of Osnabrück
- Associated with: Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland and King of Hanover
- Associated with: Richard Brinsley Sheridan
- Associated with: Reverend Hon. Augustus Barry ['Newgate']
- Associated with: Sellis
- Associated with: Thomas Taylour
- Associated with: Maria Seymour-Conway, Marchioness of Hertford
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Object reference number: PPA147892
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