King George IV with Lady Conyngham inspecting wigs on wig-stands presented by a Frenchman

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King George IV with Lady Conyngham inspecting wigs on wig-stands presented by a Frenchman; representing a disagreement in the cabinet with the 'Canning-ites' over the Corn bill. Coloured etching by T Jones, 1828. Created March 1828. Head. Wigs. Hairdressing. Costume – Great Britain (- 19th century). Thrones. French. George IV, King of Great Britain (1762–1830). Elizabeth Conyngham Conyngham, Marchioness (-1861). George Hamilton Gordon, Earl of Aberdeen (1784–1860). George Howard, Earl of Carlisle (1773–1848). Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice Lansdowne, Marquess of (1780–1863). Charles Grant Glenelg, Baron (1778–1866). Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington (1769–1852). Contributors: Thomas Howell Jones (active 1828). Work ID: rn453kw7.

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