|Artist||after Charles Mosley|
|Published||n.d. c. 1745|
|Dimensions||Image 100 x 307 mm, Sheet 102 x 307 mm|
A reduced version of BM Satires 2636 with the title above the image/. An anti- Jacobite satire which illustrates a scene in a town square with Prince Charles Edward Stuart in a carriage being pulled by horses and driven by t Louis XV, King of France and Navarre and Pope Benedict XIV , a monk walks before with the sign "Inquisition" and two monks and the devil ride on the back of the carriage. A Highland army walks behind in kilts with a flag: "Slavery", There is a scaffold in the back with many people hanging and a man burning at the stakes. There are banners of text throughout the horse and carriage: "Arbitrary Power" "Hereditary Right" "Rebellion" "Supersition" " Passive Obedience"
Ex. Col. Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall
Condition Trimmed to image. Some small losses to title in top. Tipped to an album page.