|Method||Etching with original hand colouring|
|Published||Drawn, Etchd, & Pubd, May, 1809, by Dighton, Charg Cross.|
|Dimensions||Image 255 x 200 mm, Sheet 270 x 195 mm|
A caricature portrait of Dick Vaughan, the driver of the Cambridge Telegraph, a famous coach, was known as Hell-Fire-Dick, and was 'a favourite companion of University fashionables'. He died in 1822.
BM Satires 11401
Condition: Trimmed within the plate mark and tipped to an album page