New game of snap-apple, study for a satirical print in the series 'Political Sketches', published by Thomas McLean, 1821-1851; Lord Grey looking over a wall, and holding a string with an apple (Lord Howick and Mr Wood), which Russell and Morpeth, Stanley and Graham, are biting at alternately, while O'Connell and Peel look on. 1840 Graphite Verso: Tam O'Shanter; Tam (Lord John Russell) mounted on Meg (O'Connell) who springs across the bridge, leaving her tail in the hands of the witch (Lord Stanley). 1840 Graphite
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