Key plate after a picture by Orme, identifying 40 people in the grounds of Chatsworth taking part in an archery tournament; they include the Duke of Devonshire in the centre foreground who gestures as he addresses Mrs Jedediah Strutt, winner of the gold medal; other figures include the president of the Derbyshire Archery, Sir C H Colville, Mrs Coutts, 'the Banker's Widow', and the artist and his daughter, shown in the extreme left just in front of a parasol; with a marquee in the background 'in case of rain, and to dispose the implements under', a band of musicians including drummers and bassoonists, a 'Men appointed with long staves to keep order', and 'A curious American Elm, double, out of the heart of the trunk grows a Thorn'. Etching
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