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Queen Caroline's procession
'Lucifera's procession, Fairy-queen', 1821. Queen Caroline as Lucifera sitting in a coach made of objects which figured in the evidence against her. The procession before her is led by Alderman Matthew Wood, one of the champion's of her cause in her dispute with King George IV. Wood's ass has thrown him into a slough.
- Image ref: 1620768
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)