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Sawney ganging back again, being turned out of place
'Sawney ganging back again, being turned out of place', 1782. A Scot in Highland dress, walking from the Crown Inn, in the window of which sits George III with bandaged eyes. The inn sign is being hauled into place by Fox. This is a satire on the defeat of John Stuart, Earl of Bute.
- Image ref: 1620860
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)