Johnny Bull and the Alexandrians / Wm. Charles, sc.



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Johnny Bull and the Alexandrians / Wm. Charles, sc.
John Bull, with head and hoofs of a bull, on the march to Washington, needs various stores, except "Porter and Perry - I've had enough of them already." Two citizens of Alexandria kneel at left, begging for lenience, while two men at right carry off supplies.
Publication date from Weitenkampf.
"Enter'd according to Act of Congress."
The print is a companion piece to "John Bull and the Baltimoreans," by William Charles (1814).
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1 print : etching and aquatint ; 25.5 x 35.4 cm.
William L. Clements Library
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2022-03-04 14:30:34

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"Johnny Bull and the Alexandrians / Wm. Charles, sc.". University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed November 29, 2022.