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The Rival Candidates
'The Rival Candidates', 1784. The three candidates for the Westminster constituency at the 1784 general election. Charles James Fox in the centre, in the pose of orator, is inscribed Demosthenes; Lord Hood on the left is inscribed Themistocles; and Sir Cecil Wray on the right, with a sly expression, is called Judas Iscariot. A satire on Wray for his desertion of Fox. In a close contest, Hood and Fox won the two available seats with Wray losing out in third place.
- Image ref: 1645469
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)