Kitty of Colerain;Sung with unbounded Applause by John Johnstone, Esq. of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, amongst his Convivial Friends in Ireland.
Etching with stippling, two letterpress verses below, sheet 280 x 230mm. 11 x 9". Chips and tears to extremities; crease through image.
Illustrated verse sung by 'sly Barney M'Cleary'; a pretty girl reclines on a sloping hayfield, a broken pitcher at her feet; a handsome young haymaker pointing to the pitcher. Plate numbered 507. John Henry Johnstone (1749 - 1828) was an Irish actor and singer at the Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin who moved to London in 1783.
BM Satires 11522.
[Ref: 21969] £95.00