Scene from Isaac Bickerstaffe's 'The Hypocrite' (adapted from Molière's 'Tartuffe'), study for a satirical print in the series 'Political Sketches', published by Thomas McLean, 1821-1851; Morpeth as Maw-worm pointing to O'Connell (Dr Cantwell) as a saint, Lord Ebrington (Old Lady Lambert) looking on. 1841 Graphite Verso: A perambulatory advertisement; Peel and Stanley attracted by the advertisement inscribed on a cart driven by Lord Howick and Charles Wood "W[H]IGS ON IMPROVED PRINCIPLES at [...]'; inscribed with speech. 1841 Pen and brown ink and graphite
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