John Bull and the sinking-fund-a Pretty scheme for reducing the Taxes & Paying-off the National Debt!-
The British butcher, supplying John Bull with a substitute for bread, vide message to Lord Mayor
Broad-Bottom Drones storming the Hive, – Wasps, hornets, & bumble bees, joining in the attack. British Museum description
More pigs than teats, or the new litter of hungry grunters, sucking John Bulls old sow to death A companion to The Pigs possessed
A Great Stream from a Petty-Fountain: – or – John Bull swamped in the Flood of new-Taxes: – Cormorants Fishing in the Stream Caricaturist James Gillray Date Published 9 May 1806 Publisher Hannah Humphrey BM Catalogue No. BM Satires 10564 BM Reference No. 1868,0808.7450 Library of Congress
A forcible entrance into Leadenhall- Street; by Master Billy declaratory upon a dun’d- ass.
The National Parachute,-or-John Bull conducted to plenty & emancipation.
Begging no Robbery;-i.e.- Voluntary Contribution;-or-John Bull escaping a Forced Loan
“The Friend of the people”, & his petty-new-tax-gatherer, paying John Bull a visit.
Political hocus pocus! Or John Bull brought to believe any-thing!! Pitt as a conjuror evokes bank-notes from a sack of ‘Old Rags’.