Anticipation, or the approaching fate of the French government treaty
Wierd-Sisters; Ministers of Darkness; Minions of the Moon
God save the King,-in a bumper.or-an evening scene, three times a week at Wimbleton
Promis’d Horrors of the French Invasion, or Forcible reasons for negotiating a regicide peace
A forcible entrance into Leadenhall- Street; by Master Billy declaratory upon a dun’d- ass.
Begging no Robbery;-i.e.- Voluntary Contribution;-or-John Bull escaping a Forced Loan
Political hocus pocus! Or John Bull brought to believe any-thing!! Pitt as a conjuror evokes bank-notes from a sack of ‘Old Rags’.
William Pitt sits astride a huge pile of bundles strapped to the back of a bull (John Bull); he is about to enter a high archway inscribed ‘Trea[sury]’. William Dundas, in Highland dress, marches grinning in front of the bull, playing the bagpipes which are inscribed ‘Union Pipes’ and have …
William Dundas turns the handle of a machine in which two cylinders revolve in contact. Pitt drags out by the wrists the flattened and elongated body of John Bull from between the cylinders. The upper cylinder is marked ‘LOAN LOAN’; the lower, ‘SUBSIDY TAX’.