Destruction of the French gun-boats-or-Little Boney & his friend Talley in high glee
1 print : engraving, color. | Cartoon showing Napoleon, sitting on the shoulder of Talleyrand, gleefully peering through a large rolled document, "Talleyrand's plan for invading Great Britain", at the channel, where the French flotilla is being destroyed by shells from British ships. Talleyrand stands behind the gun embrasures of a fortress on a cliff at whose base the gunboats are foundering. On the...
The genius of France nursing her darling
1 print : engraving, color. | Cartoon showing France, a savage virago, dandling a tiny Napoleon seated on her hand and wearing a royal robe over his military dress. Above her head she holds a rattle with bells surmounted by a crown. She grins at the mannikin, singing: ... Beside her are her spear, dripping blood, and shield, with the bleeding head of Louis...
Counsellor O. P.--defender of our theatric liberties
1 print : engraving, colour. | "Counsellor Clifford, realistically drawn, stands in profile to the left, his feet together, holding behind his back a flaming fire-brand, emitting thick clouds of smoke ..." (Source: George)
Evacuation of Malta
1 print : etching, color. | Addington squats over cocked hat into which he evacuates papers including "Egypt," "Guadeloupe," and last, "Malta," Napoleon holds him by the cravat and threatens him.
1 print : engraving, color. | Cartoon showing Addington, saying "Who's afraid? ...", and Napoleon facing each other defiantly across a narrow channel. Behind Addington on the front bench in the House of Commons is Hawkesbury saying, "Ah who's afraid now of marching to Paris? ah who's afraid now."