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Satire: a large man representing John Bull is hung upside down by his feet between two pillars labelled Lords and Commons, with Lord Sidmouth on the left and Castlereagh on the right. c.September 1817  Hand-coloured etching

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Satire: a large man representing John Bull is hung upside down by his feet between two pillars labelled Lords and Commons, with Lord Sidmouth on the left and Castlereagh on the right. c.September 1817 Hand-coloured etching

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