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The apparition, study for a satirical print in the series 'Political Sketches', published by Thomas McLean, 1821-1851; the ghost of Canning to right, appears to Ministers, Lyndhurst, Ellenborough, Peel, Bathurst, Melville, and Wellington, who recoil in terror while Canning points to the Catholic Relief Bill. 1829
Verso: Present State of Public Feeling Partially Illustrated; a young lady, a slim dandy, a portly John Bull, a placeman, a broker, a merchant and a politician speculating on the health of King George IV. 1829
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Height: 250 millimetres
Width: 383 millimetres
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- Study for Political Sketch No 1, BM Sat. 15706.
Verso: Study for Political Sketch No 64, BM Sat. 16119.
- Not on display
- Associated events
Associated Event: Catholic Emancipation Bill 1829
Associated Event: Death of George IV
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