Death of the Corsican Fox. _ Scene the last, of the Royal-Hunt.
London, H.G.Bohn, 1851. Etching, 260 x 350mm. Coloured. Trimmed from larger sheet. George III holds Napoleon by the neck before throwing him to the hounds, named after his generals and admirals including Nelson and Cornwallis. Prime Minister William Pitt approaches on horseback. Gillray is a little premature: Napoleon wasn't removed from the world's stage until Waterloo, twelve years later. First published 1803.
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