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The Westminster Deserter drum'd out of the regiment
'The Westminster Deserter drum'd out of the regiment', 1784. Sir Cecil Wray being drummed away from the hustings in Covent Garden. Sam House is in the centre and Charles James Fox is on the right. Wray is walking beside a procession headed by Chelsea Pensioners, who are followed by a body of maidservants. Wray was a Whig who defected and stood against Fox in the 1784 general election. House was a well-known innkeeper and an active supporter of Fox.
- Image ref: 1645470
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)