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- Object: Scotch pride humbled or the rebellion crushed MDCCXLV
Highlanders in tartan kneeling on the left before the Duke of Cumberland and two officers on horseback, with a standing guard directing their submission; soldiers in a cloud of smoke and a castle in the background to left; after Wale; in an architectural frame headed by a trophy composed of a crown, laurel wreath, and weapons. 1 March 1771
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Height: 101 millimetres
Width: 117 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- (Description and comment from M.Dorothy George, 'Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the British Museum', V, 1935)
From the 'Oxford Magazine', vi. 70.
The plate illustrates an article contrasting the present Duke of Cumberland, who is attacked for his affair with Lady Grosvenor (see BMSat 4440, 4441, 4844), and the previous holder of the title. Scotland and the Scots are also attacked.
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