|Published||Sold at the Plow in St. Martins Lane and at the Print Shops in London. Publish'd according to the Act.|
|Dimensions||Image 227 x 258 mm, Pl. 230 x 264 mm, Sheet 266 x 368 mm|
An anti Jacobite satire that refrences that fact that Prince Charles Edward was supposed to have caught the Itch (scabies) in South Uist. Lettered with captions in the image, the title and an explanation over ten lines: 'Run Away from their Masters at Rome in the Dog days of Last August .... those that are bit by them Run mad and are call'd Jaco-Bites.',
BM Satires 2685
Ex. Col. Viscount Strathallan, Stobhall
Condition: Short tear in lower right margin just coming in to plate mark not affecting the image. Tipped to an album page.