"The caricature has no resemblance to engraved portraits of Suvóroff, but depicts the villain of Praga: the 'Original Drawing' is clearly fictitious."--Cf. George.
Below caption title: "This extraordinary Man is now in the prime of life, - Six Feet, Ten Inches in height; - never "tastes either Wine or Spirits; takes but one Meal a day; " & every Morning plunges into an Ice Bath; - "his Wardrobe consists of a plain Shirt, a White Waistcoat & Breeches, short Boots, & a Russian Cloak; "he wears no covering on his head either by day or night - when tired, he wraps himself up in "a Blanket & sleeps in the open air; - he has fought 29 pitched Battles, & been in 75 Engagements" - See Vienna Gazzette.' 23 May 1799.'"
A full length caricature of Suvorov, his right hand on the hilt of a sabre dripping with blood, left hand on his hip while smoke from a burning town rises in the background. He wears a fur-bordered tunic and fur-topped boots with heavy spurs; a fur-lined cloak hangs from his shoulders. A miniature is suspended from his tunic button.