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Viewing: Seymour, Robert, 1789-1836

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Image of Looking Glass No. 12 - Seymour, Robert, 1789-1836

Looking Glass No. 12 - Seymour, Robert, 1789-1836

Hand-colored. See Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires, Volume XI, no. 16381 and no. 16382; A two-panel lithograph depicting various satires.

Image of McLean's Monthly Sheet of Caricatures No. 20 - Seymour, Robert, 1789-1836

McLean's Monthly Sheet of Caricatures No. 20 - Seymour, Robert, 1789-1836

Hand-colored. See Catalogue of Personal and Political Satires, Volume XI, Numbers 16886-16888, 16753-16754.; A six-panel lithograph depicting different satires.

Image of McLean's Monthly Sheet of Caricatures No. 23 - Seymour, Robert, 1789-1836

McLean's Monthly Sheet of Caricatures No. 23 - Seymour, Robert, 1789-1836

Hand-colored. See Catalogue of Political and Social Satires Vol. 11; No. 16805-16813. Formed part of Special Collectors: Featured Benefactors to Multiple Special Collections exhibition at Gladys Keller Snowden Gallery, Campbell Hall, June 5 to August 30, 2008.

Image of The Turnip Field - Seymour, Robert, 1789-1836

The Turnip Field - Seymour, Robert, 1789-1836

Inscription: A Man in a state of semi intoxication announced at a Public House in Northampton, that the Rev_ had given a neighbouring field of fine turnips to the poor of the parish, the charitable Ministers health was accordingly drank amidst the loudest acclamations, & on the following morning. Men, Women & children worked amain at digging up & conveying home the turnips about then o'clock & finally both he & his servant commenced driving them out of the field. Great was the amazement & confusion, hats, caps& implements of Husbandry were strewed in all directions by the flying foe, soon were the equestrians left masters of the field but nearly all the turnips remained in the hands of the