Satirical figure of a young dandy in profile to right, his right hand to the small of his back, legs apart, a spur on his left boot, a whip in his left hand; presumably Joseph 'Pea-Green' Hayne, who was sensationally sued for breach of promise on 22 December 1824 by Maria Foote, later Maria Stanhope, countess of Harrington. 17 March 1825 Hand-coloured etching
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