The Guard Wot Looks Ater the Soverign.
Pub. April 16 1929 by T. McFat 26 Strawmarket.
Coloured etching. 370 x 255mm, 14½ x 10½". Tear in margin.
Elizabeth, Lady Conyngham (1769-1861), mistress of the Prince Regent from 1819 until his death in 1830. She also had a fling with Tsar Nicholas I of Russia during his visit to London in 1816. She is shown dressed as a man, carrying a blunderbuss. A copy of Heath's print, possibly by John Phillips. The publisher's address parodies that of Thomas McLean.
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