Special and Named Printed Collections in the National Library of Scotland

Prints in the Walter Blaikie Collection on deposit in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery

Shelfmark:20.7
Title:The Invasion or Perkins Triumph-- a Protestant Print. Inscrib'd to all true Lovers of their Religion and Liberty
Description:A scene in a town square with a man (Prince Charles?) in a carriage being pulled by horses and driven by the King of France and the Pope, a monk walks before with the sign "Inquisition" and two monks and the devil ride on the back of the carriage. A Highland army walks behind in kilts with a flag: "Slavery", There is a scaffold in the back with many people hanging and a man burning at the stakes. There are banners of text throughout the horse and carriage: "Arbitrary Power" "Hereditary Right" "Rebellion" "Supersition" " Passive Obedience" Below this are two columns of text against Prince Charles and "Publish'd according to Act of Parliament Sep 1745. Price 6.d"
Subject:Incidents, Satires, Caricatures Etc. Etc.
Medium:Engraving on paper
References:BM Satires Vol. III No. 2636 WB 105
Notes:Not Mounted
Date:September 1745
 

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