By James Gillray.
Print shows a party of ladies, undergraduates, and clergymen at the Master's Lodge, Jesus College, Cambridge. An elderly parson, variously identified as John Butler or Dr. Richard Beadon, grovels on his hands and knees, putting his head under the petticoats of the Duchess of Gloucester who sits with her hands raised in surprise. He acts at the direction of Prince William of Gloucester, who stands at right with a spaniel licking his feet. A stout parson seated behind him on the extreme left scowls and clenches his fist at the scene. The Duchess sits between an undergraduate and a stout parson who holds up his hands in astonishment. On the extreme left is a small round table on which are two candles and playing-cards.