[ROWLANDSON, Thomas]. ~ The Famous Coal Heaver. Black Charley, looking into the Mouth of the Wonderful Coal Pit. (Described by an English Yeoman). R. Ackermann, Feb. 25, 1805.
Single sheet (430 × 266 mm), with etched print (200 × 265 mm) and two columns of letterpress text. Mounted at corners on old paper. Extreme upper left and lower right hand corner torn away (slight loss).
A satire on Charles James Fox and William Pitt the Younger and on the prolonged negotiations for a coalition (’junction’) between their parties. BM Satires 10370; Grego, Rowlandson the caricaturist, 49.