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across top above image: ---black it stood as night, / Fierce as ten Furies, terrible as hell... / ... Of dauntless courage & considrate pride / Waiting revenge; lower center image, on tag attached to key: The Instrument / of all our Woe; lower left in image: NB: The above performance containing Portraits of the Devil & his relatives, drawn from the Life, is recommended to Mess. Boydell, Fuzelli, & the rest of the Proprietors of the Three Hundred & Sixty Five Editions of Milton, now publishing as necessary to be adopted in their classick Embellishments; lower center in plate: SIN, DEATH, and the DEVIL. Vide Milton. "So Frown'd the mighty combatants, that hell... / ... Risn' and with hdeous outcry rushd between.; lower right in plate: Pubd June 9th 1792. / by H. Humphrey / No. 18 Old Bond Street

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1851
Wright, Thomas and Robert H. Evans. Historical and Descriptive Account of the Caricatures of James Gillray; Comprising a Political and Humorous History of the Latter Part of the Reign of George the Third. London, 1851. Reprint. NY: B. Blom, 1968: no. 86.
1870
Stephens, Frederic George, and Mary Dorothy George, Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the Department of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum. London, 1870: no. 8105.
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