Satire against Charles II: the king with a Janus head, carrying a raree show box, followed by three men behind him who carry a key, a scroll and the sceptre, passing across a tower bridge,labelled 'West-Ward Hoy'; on the other side he is shown again falling into a marsh on all fours, assiled by figures who represent Parliament, where figures fall out of his box of political tricks with the Pope's head at one end; in the centre background a group of men labelled 'Dom. Com', and at the right a building labelled 'Lous-Hall' (near Oxford). 1681
Photograph of the impression in the Bodleian Library (DON.c.13 (1))
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