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Product images of Weird sisters, preparing for the royal visit
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Weird sisters, preparing for the royal visit
'Weird sisters, preparing for the royal visit', 1830. The top image depicts Aldermen as the witches of Macbeth preparing a cauldron of turtle soup for the Lord Mayor's banquet, while the ghost of Sir William Curtis watches. Below are five images, including including two showing the 'spirit of aristocracy' possibly in reference to the Reform Bill. From The Looking Glass.
- Image ref: 1620718
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)