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- Object: Miss Tomboy on her favourite donkey.
A fashionably dressed young woman bestrides a donkey (left) on a fringed saddle-cloth. The animal stops to eat a huge thistle-plant. She turns to a footman in livery on a high-stepping horse (right) to say: "Whip my Ass John! why dont you whip my Ass? You only tickle it, Whip it well!!" See No. 10510.
- Production date
- 1810 (?)
Height: 237 millimetres (cropped)
Width: 335 millimetres (cropped)
- Curator's comments
- (Description and comment from M. Dorothy George, 'Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the British Museum', VIII, 1947)
Plate of uncertain date.
A copy, 'Pub. by McCleary. 32. Nassau Street', in J.L.D.
Dated by M. D. George, ? c.1810.
See also 1991,0720.59, a plate published by Holland and presumed to be a copy after this original.
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