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- Object: To the unknown Author of the High Church Champion and his two seconds
A broadside responding to BM Satires 1498 in defence of Sacheverell; with an etching showing an engraved portrait of him held by two angels, Fame flies above blowing a trumpet and holding a wreath. On the ground below are writhing figures representing Folly and Envy; a landscape extends beyond. Engraved title and verses in one column. (n.p: 1709-1710)
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Height: 318 millimetres (cut within the platemark)
Width: 188 millimetres (cut within the platemark)
- Curator's comments
- This broadside is the reply to the sheet "The High Church Champion", and is kept in the same style of that sheet (see 1868-8-8-3427). For another, different reply, see BM 1868-8-8-3428.
The portrait of Sacheverell is not in O'Donoghue.
According to BM Satires, the figures supporting the portrait are exactly the same as those in the sheet "The Living Man's Elegie", BM Satires 1527.
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