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Object: Conversation. Demonstration
Object: [Mr: John Davidson Lord Henderland Mr. George Paton Lord Montbeddo Dr. Hutton]
A design in three compartments, the titles relating to the first and third.  John Davidson (W.S.) and Lord Henderland (Alexander Murray, a Scots Judge, M.P. for Peebles) face each other in profile, the latter holding forth with pointed forefinger.  George Paton, bibliographer and antiquary, stands in profile to the left, holding a cane.  Lord Monboddo (left) and Dr. Hutton (see BMSat 7205) face each other in profile, the latter emphasizing his arguments with extended fingers. In the background a small monkey stands with extended arms, illustrating Monboddo's theories of the origin of man, see BMSat 6694. 1787
Etching with some stipple
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Height: 88 millimetres
Width: 118 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- (Description and comment from M.Dorothy George, 'Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the British Museum', VI, 1938)
'Collection', 88; Kay, No. XCIX.
From a bound collection of Kay's prints: see 1852,1009.787.
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