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A sick man in bed, offered a warming pan by his maid and advice by his physician; representing Lord John Russell being given a seat at Stroud by Melbourne after his defeat in South Devon, looking for support to the radical Daniel O'Connell. Lithograph, 1835.
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A sick man in bed, offered a warming pan by his maid and advice by his physician; representing Lord John Russell being given a seat at Stroud by Melbourne after his defeat in South Devon, looking for support to the radical Daniel O'Connell. Lithograph, 1835., result 1 of 1

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Title
A sick man in bed, offered a warming pan by his maid and advice by his physician; representing Lord John Russell being given a seat at Stroud by Melbourne after his defeat in South Devon, looking for support to the radical Daniel O'Connell. Lithograph, 1835.
Work Type
Caricatures. Lithographs.
Date
1 June 1835
Material
lithograph ;
Measurements
border 25.2 x 35.3 cm.
Description
1 print :
The persons shown are listed below in this catalogue record, starting from the left The foot of Russell's bed is embellished: "Vive la Republic" below a bonnet-rouge, his cover with: "Stroud" above the menacing shadow of Lord Lyndhurst's profile. O'Connell instructs: "Now keep quiet and follow my directions", Melbourne says: "You used to object to warming pans now I dare say you feel the comforts of such a thing", the patient replies: "I do indeed Mrs M-b-n, who could have thought I should have met with such a chill in Devonshire, but it has been a most unusual season". The warming pan is embellished with a fox's head and beside the patient stands a medicine bottle
Comforts of a warming pan.
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Image and original data from Wellcome Collection
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