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The Reception in 1770
'The Reception in 1770', 1770. George III, in his state coach, is driven along an empty street by the Prime Minister, the Duke of Grafton, dressed as a jockey. Around them figures comment on the lack of attending crowds. The satire refers to the popular discontent with the King's conduct ten years after his acclamation in 1760.
- Image ref: 1645852
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)