To the Right Hon.ble and Hon.ble Members of Parliament and Glorious Volunteers of Ireland, The Protectors of our Liberty & Commerce. This View taken near Hillsborough in the County of Downe, Representing Pulling the Flax when grown, Hooking or putting itup to Dry, Ripling or saving the Seed, and Boging or burying it in Water. Is Dedicated with zealous wished for the everlasting harmony & happiness of England & Ireland by their obedient hum.ble Serv.t Wm. Hincks. Plate II.
London, Publish'd as the Act directs by R. Pollard, Spafields June 20, 1791.
Stipple and etching. 350 x 412mm (13¾ x 16¼"). Trimmed and some creasing.
Plate II: of Manufacturer in Irish Linen; a landscape with women gathering and binding flax in a field to right, loading it onto a cart, another passing it over a comb on a bench, under a tree, a third holding up a bundle behind her and a man standing in a pool in front, twisting a bundle to drain it; with a waterfall , mountains and a church in the background.
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