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4 June 1803.Bodleian Libraries, Bruin become mediator.Satire on the Napoleonic wars.(British political cartoon);The Russian tsar,Alexander I,in the guise of a bear, joins the hands of John Bull (with a bull's head) and Napoleon (with a monkey's head).A reference to the issues drawing Britain and France back to war after the Treaty of Amiens (1802).

4 June 1803.Bodleian Libraries, Bruin become mediator.Satire on the Napoleonic wars.(British political cartoon);The Russian tsar,Alexander I,in the guise of a bear, joins the hands of John Bull (with a bull's head) and Napoleon (with a monkey's head).A reference to the issues drawing Britain and France back to war after the Treaty of Amiens (1802).

1813[-12-01],Bodleian Libraries,National phrenzy, or,John Bull and his doctors. Caricature of Napoleon I. (British political cartoon) George Cruikshank  (1792-1878)

Libraries,National phrenzy, or,John Bull and his doctors. Caricature of Napoleon I.

25 May 1814:Bodleian Libraries, Peace plenty or- good news for John Bull.Satire on Napoleon's exile to Elba. (British political cartoon)

25 May Libraries, Peace plenty or- good news for John Bull.Satire on Napoleon's exile to Elba.

20 August 1806.Bodleian Libraries,Boney and Talley patching up a piece for John Bull. Caricature of Napoleon I.(British political cartoon)

20 August Libraries,Boney and Talley patching up a piece for John Bull. Caricature of Napoleon I.

Bodleian Libraries, Iohn Bull bringing Bony's nose to the grindstone.Satire on the Napoleonic wars. (British political cartoon)

Bodleian Libraries, Iohn Bull bringing Bony's nose to the grindstone.Satire on the Napoleonic wars.

Bodleian Libraries,Iohn Bull making observations on the comet.Caricature of Napoleon I.(British political cartoon); John Bull,on the coast of England,looks through a telescope at a comet with the head of Napoleon shooting upwards towards a brilliant star with the head of George III.British ships fill the channel between England and France.;Not in BMC.Publisher's number:274.

Bodleian Libraries,Iohn Bull making observations on the comet.Caricature of Napoleon I.(British political cartoon); John Bull,on the coast of England,looks through a telescope at a comet with the head of Napoleon shooting upwards towards a brilliant star with the head of George III.British ships fill the channel between England and France.;Not in BMC.Publisher's number:274.

20 December 1808.Bodleian Libraries, The bear,the monkey,the turkey and the bull or- the true cause of the Russian war.Satire on the Napoleonic wars. (British political cartoon); A satire on the Treaty of Tilsit,between Tsar Alexander I and Napoleon.Napoleon, as a monkey,urges the Russian bear to make war on Britain.

20 December 1808.Bodleian Libraries, The bear,the monkey,the turkey and the bull or- the true cause of the Russian war.Satire on the Napoleonic wars. (British political cartoon); A satire on the Treaty of Tilsit,between Tsar Alexander I and Napoleon.Napoleon, as a monkey,urges the Russian bear to make war on Britain.

March 1808.Bodleian Libraries,Doctor Boney bringing the powers to pot,or-Iohn Bull and his friends rather shy.Caricature of Napoleon I.(British political cartoon)

March Libraries,Doctor Boney bringing the powers to pot,or-Iohn Bull and his friends rather shy.Caricature of Napoleon I.

09.1809:Bodleian Libraries, The Flushing phantasmagoria or - Kings conjurors amuseing John Bull.Satire on the Napoleonic wars. (British political cartoon)

Libraries, The Flushing phantasmagoria or - Kings conjurors amuseing John Bull.Satire on the Napoleonic wars.

20 December 1807.Bodleian Libraries, Iohn Bull refreshing the bears memory. Satire on the Napoleonic wars.(British political cartoon);John Bull points to the pages of a large book,John Bulls journal,intended to show the justice of the British attack on Copenhagen.The Russian bear wears a collar inscribed: This bear belongs to Napoleon.

20 December 1807.Bodleian Libraries, Iohn Bull refreshing the bears memory. Satire on the Napoleonic wars.(British political cartoon);John Bull points to the pages of a large book,John Bulls journal,intended to show the justice of the British attack on Copenhagen.The Russian bear wears a collar inscribed: This bear belongs to Napoleon.

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