London, Published by T. McLean. 26, Haymarket April, 1829.
Hand-coloured lithograph with fine colour and large margins; printed on J. Whatman 1829 paper. Plate 279 x 355mm (11 x 14").
Satire on the intrigues of the Duke of Cumberland with the ultra-Tories: Cumberland, as Macbeth, addresses the three witches who hold wands: Eldon, Lord Redesdale and Lord Manners. From Doyle's "Political Sketches"
BM Satires: 15742.
[Ref: 30626] £180.00