- New Reformers, Or Corporal Bardolph's New-Raised Corps of Active Citizens
- Etching with watercolor on laid paper
- Sheet: 10 x 16 5/16in. (25.4 x 41.4cm)
Pub by W. Dent May 4 1792 (bottom right within image and above title); Sketched by Surface and intended to be executed by some well known Artists and Pub' by Public Subscription. (lower left, below image and above title); Title: NEW REFORMERS, OR CORPORAL BARDOLPH'S NEW RAISED CORPS OF ACTIVE CITIZENS. "These things, indeed, you have articulated" "Proclaimed in market places read as Meetings" "To face the garment of R...n" "With some fine colour that may please the eye" / "Of fickle changelings and poor discontents" "Which gape and rub the elbow at the News" "of hurly burly innovation" "And never yet did In...n want" / "Such water colours to impaint his causes" "Nor moody Beggar, starving for a time" "[of pell med?] havock and confusion"... Shakespeare (attributed to Shakespeare, at lower right of title and poem as name at the end of the poem suggests) Title; (bottom right within image and above title)
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- Yale Center for British Art
- Copyright Status:
- Public domain
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(?) William Dent, active 1784–1793, New Reformers, Or Corporal Bardolph's New-Raised Corps of Active Citizens, 1792
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