Volltext: A history of caricature and grotesque in literature and art

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W7rmf: tlze once Great Louis in youthful pride, 
And Cluzrle: of happy days, wlzo botlz corffZ]"n' 
T112 magi: pozuor of mezzotinto  flaade, 
Andform grolqfque, in manifsjloex laud 
Denouncing deatlz to boor and burgomafrr. 
PVitm:f:, yefncred popes 'witlz triple crown, 
H7710 likewzfe -z1i2'7im:fEll to lzideau: print, 
Spurn'a' by the populate who -wlzilomz lay 
Prqflrate, and e-u'r1 adored bqfare your tlzronox. 
We are then told that " this, if not the firfi, has yet been the chief 
machine which his enemies have empl0y'd againfi the d06f0r; they have 
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expofed him in the fame piece with the pope and the devil, and who 
now could imagine that any Iimple prieilz fhould be able to fiand before a 
power which had levelled popes and monarchs? " At lc.-all one copy of 
the caricature here alluded to is preferved, although a great rarity, and it 
is reprefented in our cut No. I91. Two of the party remained long 
4" The method of engraving Called mezzotinto was very generally adopted in 
England in the earlier part of the last Century for prints and caricatures. It was 
continued to rather a late period by the publishing house of Carrington Bowles.


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