A broadside satirising James Francis Edward Stuart, the Old Pretender, and his claim to the throne; with an etching showing on the right the Old Pretender in a carriage, pulled by two donkeys, two tigers and two dragons, one of the donkeys mounted by a Jesuit, representing Henry Sacheverell, blowing a trumpet, the carriage trampling on four fallen figures representing Proptery, Moderation, Toleration, and Liberty, in the background a small procession with the Pope, a friar, a monk, a bishop and a Jesuit; with engraved title and verses in three columns.(n.p; 1709)
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