Broadside satire against Sir Robert L'Estrange, with L'Estrange shown as a dog with a broom (Henry Brome) tied to its tail being pursued by a devil, while a hangman prepares a noose, with below explanatory letterpress text and eight verses (np, nd) October 1680 Engraving and letterpress
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