Battle of Leadenhall
Battle of Leadenhall
Battle of Leadenhall
"General Blackbeard wounded at the battle of Leadenhall"; showing Charles Fox (General Blackbeard) lying on the ground amid his followers. Perdita Robinson is administering smelling salts with her left hand while her right is fondled by the Prince of Wales.
London Metropolitan Archives
Satirical Print Collection
Boyne, John (1750-1810)
Hedges, Edward
Fox's followers are Edmund Burke, Richard Sheridan, Lord North and Lord John Cavendish. The battle of Leadenhall was the contest over Fox's India Bill.
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