Printed broadside in the form of a page of a newspaper in three columns, decorated with 'The Times' title and vignette, and by an engraved copy of David's half length portrait of Napoleon in the uniform of the Chasseurs de la Garde, directed to the left, right hand under waistcoat. An attack by Hone on Stoddart as Dr. Slop in the manner of Sterne's 'Tristram Shandy', and on newspaper comment on Napoleon since the return from Elba, especially in 'The Times' and the 'Courier', the 'Morning Chronicle' being excepted. The Resolutions of the Common Hall for peace with Napoleon are, by implication, commended. Proofs of the portrait in royal quarto, at '1s. 6d.', are advertised. May 1815 Etching and stipple engraving with letterpress text
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