Engraved by J.R. Smith.
Print shows three pedestrians walking into the teeth of a storm. In front is a very stout man with a globular figure, the lower part of his tightly buttoned coat blows backwards. He wears spurred top-boots, and his hands meet across his chest, holding a stick. He resembles caricatures of Captain Grose, see BMSat 4683, 5511, 5787, 5802. The next man wears a cloak which streams behind him as does his wig; he has a laced coat and hat, with two large keys tied to his wrist. A lean man (right) puts his head down grimacing as he hastens along, his hair, queue, cravat, coat and breeches all blowing in the wind; his hands are clasped in front holding a stick which rests on his shoulder. Farther off, between the two foremost pedestrians, a man on horseback holds his nose, his bag-wig, cravat, and coat-tails blown by the wind. In front of him (left) a short man is crouching in the lee of a bush, his hat and wig have blown off, a paper flutters from his hand..