A broadside satirising Sir Robert Walpole as undeservedly being protected by a Parliamentary majority, secured through bribes; with an etching showing an open space outside White Hall and Treasury; in the centre Walpole seated on a chair behind a large shield which is held by a female figure representing Majority, Walpole's right arm is stretched out, his hand holding a money bag, next to him a gentleman with a pistol, which is pointed at Justice, on the left the figures of Britannia and Minority, the latter aiming bow and arrow at Walpole; with engraved title, inscriptions, speech bubbles, and with letterpress verses in three columns, and with two vertical segments of type ornaments. ([London], Tinney: 1741).
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