Library's copy trimmed within plate mark.
A satire on Pitt's unpopularity, owing to dearth and military failure. Color engraving of Pitt and Fox facing each other, their heads in profile. Pitt's face, hair, and elegant riding-dress are spattered with mudd; he holds a hat and switch, and stands with bent knees, saying "These are the Blessed effects of Your Patriotism, & be D -- to you." Fox, neatly dressed and very fat, holding his hands to his chest, grins broadly, saying, "Why dost thou shake thy Dirty Locks at me? Thou canst not say I did it--Muddy Banquo!"