The Last Stake ~ Design'd by Stuart. Murray, 1779 The British Tar at Omoa. W.H. Strand, 1780 Spanish Emancipation, or an effectual mode of getting rid of troublesome neighbours. Fores, 1820 The Great General frightened by Don-Key! Fores, 1830 Knighted shal't thou be, Arise! Don-Key! Henry Heath The Services of an English Lord Mayor rewarded with a Spanish Title - Don-Key The Spanish Bull Fight_or_the_Corsican Matador in Danger. Miller after Gillray The Gord-Ian Knot still Untied or the Disappointed Dido still in Despair. Fores, 1802 The Defeat of the High & Mighty Bailissimo Corbettino and his famed Cecilian Forces. Rowlandson, 1785 Commission Warehouse. Walker, 1809 Volunteer Wit or Not Enough for a Prime. Rowlandson A Tenant at Will. Treager, 1831 The Peace Soup Shop. Woodward King Joe disposing of his Spanish Crown!!! Tegg, 1808 Don Miguels First Sight of the British Squadron. C. Motte British Recruits for the Queen of Spain The Curse of Spain. Cruikshank, 1818 Spanish language version of the previous. 1818 Lithographed Spanish language version of the previous Ferdinand the Beloved & his Secret Advisers! Sidebotham, 1819.
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