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The fate of City Rem-ces
'The fate of City Rem-ces', 1770. King George III seated at a table; at his foot lie various papers inscribed Humble petition and remonstrance. On the left the child Prince of Wales doffs his crown and feathers and asks his father for paper to make a kite. The king points to the petitions.
- Image ref: 1645321
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)