Wit's last stake... by Thomas Rowlandson

Wit's last stake...

Thomas Rowlandson

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Wit's last stake...

Thomas Rowlandson

'Wit's last stake...', 1784. Scene in a poor district of Westminster (Peter Street). The Duchess of Devonshire is canvassing a cobbler. She is supported on Charles James Fox's knee. Fox is giving his right hand to a ragged man, to whom Sam House is holding up a tankard. The duchess was a prominent campaigner on Fox's behalf during the general election of 1784. House was a well-known innkeeper who was also a committed supporter of Fox.

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  • London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)

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