Eight puzzle portraits, on four cards, and a key; the profiles of the persons depicted seen in spaces left by objects:
J,11.123: "A new puzzle of portraits containing two great admirals, and two great men; on the left a ship with sails unfurled, cannons and cannon balls, an anchor and cable and crossed swords, representing the Duke of Clarence and Lord Hood; with caption "Peace and War". On the right a mace, dog, mask, sword, a book inscribed 'Impeachment Vol. 7', and an urn with ensigns of royalty, representing Lord Thurlow and Edmund Burke. With the caption "Fidelity and Impeachment".
J,11.124: "A new puzzle of portraits, strikign likenesses of two prince's and two senators"; on the left a laurel branch, artillery, cap on stick, palm branch, bale, cornucopia, anchor, and head of bull with tipped horns; representing Charles Fox and William Pitt. On the right a crown on top of a pyramid, supported by British arms, representing the Prince of Wales and the Duke of York.
J,11.… (See Merlin record for full description)
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