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King Henry VIII, act II, scene iv
'King Henry VIII, act II, scene iv', c1820. A performance of the play. George IV, as Henry VIII, sits on the dais under a canopy; two cardinals gape at Queen Caroline who, as Catherine of Aragon, stands next to Alderman Wood on the left. The cartoon refers to George's attempt to dissolve his marriage.
- Image ref: 1645962
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)