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Cecil Wray Collection

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: Sir Cecil Wray in the Pillory, May 7, 1784. May 7, 1784. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

Sir Cecil Wray in the Pillory, May 7, 1784. May 7, 1784. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
Sir Cecil Wray in the Pillory, May 7, 1784

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: The Westminster Deserter Drum d Out of The Regiment, May 18, 1784. May 18, 1784

The Westminster Deserter Drum d Out of The Regiment, May 18, 1784. May 18, 1784
The Westminster Deserter Drum d Out of The Regiment, May 18, 1784

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: Madam Blubber On Her Canvass, April 22, 1784. April 22, 1784. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

Madam Blubber On Her Canvass, April 22, 1784. April 22, 1784. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
Madam Blubber On Her Canvass, April 22, 1784

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: Madam Blubbers Last Shift or The Aerostatic Dilly, April 29, 1784. April 29, 1784

Madam Blubbers Last Shift or The Aerostatic Dilly, April 29, 1784. April 29, 1784
Madam Blubbers Last Shift or The Aerostatic Dilly, April 29, 1784

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: Sir Cecils Budget For Paying The National Debt, March 30, 1784. March 30, 1784

Sir Cecils Budget For Paying The National Debt, March 30, 1784. March 30, 1784
Sir Cecils Budget For Paying The National Debt, March 30, 1784

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: The Rival Candidates, April 8, 1784. April 8, 1784. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

The Rival Candidates, April 8, 1784. April 8, 1784. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
The Rival Candidates, April 8, 1784

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: The Westminster Watchman, April 12, 1784. April 12, 1784. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

The Westminster Watchman, April 12, 1784. April 12, 1784. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
The Westminster Watchman, April 12, 1784

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: The scrutiny, or examination of the filth, 1784

The scrutiny, or examination of the filth, 1784. Five men, holding their noses and examining chamber pots, with devils in the background on either side. One man is vomiting

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: The Westminster mendicant, 1784. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson

The Westminster mendicant, 1784. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
The Westminster mendicant, 1784. A blind beggar, Sir Cecil Wray, being led by his dog. This satire is a reference to Wrays lack of success in contesting the Westminster constituency at the 1784

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: The Westminster Watchman, 1784. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson

The Westminster Watchman, 1784. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
The Westminster Watchman, 1784. Charles James Fox as a watchman. In the background, two sham watchmen, Lord Hood and Sir Cecil Wray

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: Sir Cecils budget for paying the national debt, 1874

Sir Cecils budget for paying the national debt, 1874. Chelsea Hospital falling into ruins, whilst pensioners are fleeing. In the distance Sir Cecil Wray is being mobbed by a group of maid-servants

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: The Westminster Deserter drum d out of the regiment, 1784. Artist

The Westminster Deserter drum d out of the regiment, 1784. Artist
The Westminster Deserter drum d out of the regiment, 1784. Sir Cecil Wray being drummed away from the hustings in Covent Garden. Sam House is in the centre and Charles James Fox is on the right

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: The Rival Candidates, 1784. Artist: Isaac Cruikshank

The Rival Candidates, 1784. Artist: Isaac Cruikshank
The Rival Candidates, 1784. The three candidates for the Westminster constituency at the 1784 general election. Charles James Fox in the centre, in the pose of orator

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: Westminster Races... 1784. Artist: Isaac Cruikshank

Westminster Races... 1784. Artist: Isaac Cruikshank
Westminster Races... 1784. Showing the three candidates for the Westminster constituency in the 1784 general election, Samuel Hood, Charles James Fox and Cecil Wray

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: Mars and Venus, or Sir Cecil chastised, 1784. Artist: Samuel Collings

Mars and Venus, or Sir Cecil chastised, 1784. Artist: Samuel Collings
Mars and Venus, or Sir Cecil chastised, 1784. Sir Cecil Wray stands between a Chelsea Pensioner and a servant-maid. One of many satires on Wrays unpopular election proposals to abolish Chelsea

Background imageCecil Wray Collection: Mars and Venus... Chelsea, Kensington, London, 1784. Artist: Samuel Collings

Mars and Venus... Chelsea, Kensington, London, 1784. Artist: Samuel Collings
Mars and Venus... Chelsea, Kensington, London, 1784. Sir Cecil Wray is standing between a Chelsea Pensioner and a servant-maid. The maid is standing on a paper inscribed Tax on servants


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