Broadside satirising support for James Edward Stuart, the Old Pretender, at the time of the impeachment of Henry Sacheverell in early 1710. An etching showing James Edward driving a carriage decorated with the French fleur-de-lis drawn by two donkeys ("Non Res[istance]" and "Pas[sive] Ob[edience]" referring to Henry Sacheverell's doctrines), two tigers ("Tyranny" and "Arb[itrary] Pow[er]" and two dragons ("Slav[er]y" and "Pop[er]y"); one of the donkey is ridden by Sacheverell, in Jesuit dress, blowing a trumpet from which hangs a banner bearing the monograms "ER/AR". The animals tramples on four fallen figures representing Property, Moderation, Toleration, and Liberty. Behind is a procession led by the Pope, followed by an armed friar, a cardinal carrying a flaming torch, a bishop with a gallows and a scourge, and a Jesuit with a pillory. Etched title and verses in three columns mentioning the threat of catholicism to Britain, Queen Anne and the Pretender, identified as Perkin Warbeck.… (See Merlin record for full description)
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