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An exact representation of the principal banners and triumphal car, which conveyed Sir Frances Burdett to the Crown and Anchor Tavern on Monday June 29th, 1807 - dedicated to the 5134 independent electors of Westminster

An exact representation of the principal banners and triumphal car, which conveyed Sir Frances Burdett to the Crown and Anchor Tavern on Monday June 29th, 1807 - dedicated to the 5134 independent electors of Westminster

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Summary

Print shows three men with banners leading a four-horse team drawing a carriage with a statue of Britannia holding a staff topped with a liberty cap, two fasces on a low platform, and Sir Frances Burdett sitting in a chair atop a short column, another man with a banner follows behind the carriage.
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Date

01/01/1807
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Location

Old England17.99358, -77.46606
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Source

Library of Congress
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Copyright info

No known restrictions on publication.

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