Cartoon on James II after the loss at Cape la Hogue, 1692, anonymous, 1692 Canvas Print

Cartoon on James II after the loss at Cape la Hogue, 1692, anonymous, 1692 Canvas Print

Cartoon of the English king James II after the victory of the Dutch and English over the French at the battle of Cape la Hogue in the Channel, 29 May to 3 June 1692, and of his intention to enter the monastery. James as a monk with a broken crown and pinched scepter says goodbye to King Louis XIV with a farewell drink. Behind the king and Jesuit with binoculars. On the left the monastery, furthermore a windmill, a monk in a cart pulled by the French Rooster, dancing monkeys, etc. In the background the sea battle. On the sheet under the plate a caption in three columns.

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