Library's copy trimmed, with paper border: 288 x 416 mm
By James Gillray; a variant impression includes the names of the subjects etched below the image and the name of the artist within the plate at lower right, along with a date of Sept. 1782.
Remnants of imprint burnished from plate at lower right: 178[2?] ... E. D'Achery [i.e. Elizabeth D'Archery] St. James Str ...
Print shows the Devil standing at the center of a mountain top with outstretched wings, dressed in lawyers wig and bands, but with horns on his head and feet with claws. On the left Fox kneels, eagerly receiving from Satan a dice box and dice, an allusion to his notorious gambling habit, while on the right Burke receives a scourge and rosary, a reference to his supposed Catholicism. A satire on the resignation of Fox and Burke after Shelburne's appointment.