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The Bruiser, C. Churchill ... in the character of a Russian Hercules ...
'The Bruiser, C. Churchill ... in the character of a Russian Hercules ...', 1763. The poet Charles Churchill is depicted as a bear in a clerical collar, with a mug of beer in one a hand and a club in the other - a slovenly clergyman who drinks and writes brutal satires. A dog sits in front of him, with its front paws resting on a page inscribed; An epistle to Hogarth by C Churchill. Hogarth made the engraving in retaliation for a satirical attack made on him by Churchill in the epistle, itself in retaliation for a previous satirical engraving Hogarth had made of the politician John Wilkes, a friend of Churchill's.
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- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)