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6/4/13.   Duchess of Cambridge and Zara Philips talk outside Westminster Abbey. Wonder what they are looking at?

Four generations of monarchy gather to celebrate 60 years since the Queen's coronation... plus a lollipop lady in a fluorescent jacket

6/4/13. Duchess of Cambridge and Zara Philips talk outside Westminster Abbey. Wonder what they are looking at?

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"Argument against Feeling", published by E Jackson, c. 1785. Fox spanks Pitt with a birch rod while Pitt says, "This is a question of feeling not Argumnt". According to the British Museum, it is "Probably a satire on the successful opposition to Pitt by Fox in 1785 over the Scrutiny [...] and the Irish Propositions". Definitely one of the weirdest caricatures of Fox and Pitt I've seen :/

"Argument against Feeling", published by E Jackson, c. 1785. Fox spanks Pitt with a birch rod while Pitt says, "This is a question of feeling not Argumnt". According to the British Museum, it is "Probably a satire on the successful opposition to Pitt by Fox in 1785 over the Scrutiny [...] and the Irish Propositions". Definitely one of the weirdest caricatures of Fox and Pitt I've seen :/

William Pitt, November 18, 1783:  "Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves."

William Pitt, November 18, 1783: "Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves."

No Grumbling. Aquatint by Isaac Cruikshank, May 1795. George III assisted by William Pitt the Younger load George's debts onto John Bull's head.

No Grumbling. Aquatint by Isaac Cruikshank, May 1795. George III assisted by William Pitt the Younger load George's debts onto John Bull's head.

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