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The Westminster mendicant
'The Westminster mendicant', 1784. A blind beggar, Sir Cecil Wray, being led by his dog. This satire is a reference to Wray's lack of success in contesting the Westminster constituency at the 1784 general election.
- Image ref: 1645481
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)