Etcher identified as Jame Bretherton in the British Museum online catalog.
"a preliminary drawing (2008,7035.1) is inscribed "ex dono Vin[i] Reverendi J. W. Poley Pict:" indicating that the designer was John Weller Poley (died 1799), of Boxted Hall, Suffolk, a fellow of Queens' College." Cf. Curator's comments, British Museum online catalog.
Lettered with title and inscriptions as described; beneath the motto, "Etch'd by I.B." [i.e., James Bretherton?].
Print shows a satirical coat of arms for Cambridge University, a description being engraved beneath the title: "Arms Quarterly, first Azure, a Mitre and Fools Cap transverse ways, second, Sable, an Inn shut up, Third, Gules, Caput Universale, on an Asses head, proper, fourth, Argent, A Book entitled Excerpta e statutis, Supporters, Two Cooks weeping, Crest, A Hand holding a Roll of Paper, Motto, Impransi, Juvenes Disquirite".