A new illustration of Frankenstein, study for a satirical print in the series 'Political Sketches', published by Thomas McLean, 1821-1851; O'Connell defied and threatened by the monster of agitation and anarchy, which he himself created. 1843 Black chalk on brown-grey paper Verso: Where there's smoke there's fire; ministers gathered watching a bomb, which O'Connell, moving off to the right, has placed by the pillar of the Union, Lord Elliot fills a squirt (the Arms Bill) to put it out, Sugden preparing to stifle it with a sheet of paper. 1843 Black chalk
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