"Interior of the Fleet Prison with the House of Commons committee appointed to enquire into the state of gaols (after Hogarth's painting of c.1729 in the National Portrait Gallery); to left, James Oglethorpe, Chairman of the Committee, confronts the warden of the Fleet, Thomas Bambridge; in the foreground, a prisoner (probably Jacob Mendes da Sola) kneels in shackles."--British Museum online catalogue.
Engravings--England--London--1803. Group portraits. Portrait prints.
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