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Hunting a Mare
'Hunting a Mare', 1819. An ass, with the profile of Lord Mayor of London John Atkins, flees from Henry Hunt and a crowd of jeering followers. Flames issue from his rump and from a saucepan tied to his tail. It is an allusion to Atkins' measures to control the crowd at the trial of Richard Carlile in the Guildhall.
- Image ref: 1620742
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)