Dutch copy of BM Satires 1522; Portrait of Henry Sacheverell, half-length to right in an oval frame, an elevation of the west front of St Paul's Cathedral above and six oval portraits of bishops in decorative frames surmounted by mitres surrounding, at left from top: John Sharp, Archbishop of York, Nathaniel Crewe, Lord Bishop of Durham and Sir William Dawes, Bishop of Chester, all half-length in three-quarter profile to right; at right from top: Henry Compton, Lord Bishop of London, Thomas Sprat, Lord Bishop of Rochester and George Hooper, Lord Bishop of Bath & Wells, all half-length in three-quarter profile to left; columns of text at either side with inscription in English, French and Dutch giving "An alphabetical list of the right honourable the Lords, and also those members of Commons in England and Wales that were for Dr Henry Sacheverell"
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