View of the race for the Derby Stakes run for at Bath, 30th April 1859
2 8 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 20cm

View of the race for the Derby Stakes run for at Bath, 30th April 1859

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Description

Political Satire. Tinted. Mr Way's 'Success' by 'Conservative' out of 'Perseverance'. Colour 'True Blue.' Mr Tite's 'Slow Coach', late 'Administrative Reformer,' by 'Jobbery,' out of 'The Bank.' Colour, 'Faded Yellow.' Mr Phinn's Abuse,' by 'The Lawyer,' out of 'The Good Berth,' Colour, 'Dun Brown' The riders are saying from left to right: This is the right way Tommy. Bother the Chap, I can't get rid of him. Hang it here's a pretty mess to be in.
 

Image Reference

29058
 

Collection Reference

Hunt Vol V p.116
 

Original Width (mm)

510
 

Original Height (mm)

330
 

Collection Location

Bath Central Library
 

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