London : Printed for Thos. Tegg, 111 Cheapside, 
1 print on wove paper : etching with stipple, hand-colored ; sheet 35.6 x 24.5 cm.
Date of publication from George. Printmaker from George. Sheet trimmed within plate mark. CtY-LW The word 'footmen' in the title was corrected from 'footman' by the etcher. 'A' was struck through and the letter 'E' was inserted above deletion. Printseller's announcement within design: Price one shilling col[oure]d. Five lines of text below title: Take off the largest dishes and set them on with one hand to shew the ladies your vigour and strength of back, but always do it between two ladies that if the dish happens to slip the soup or sauce may fall on their cloaths, and not daub the floor, by this practice, two of our brethren, my worthy friends, got considerable fortunes... Plate numbered '273' in upper right corner. Originally issued with publication date. Cf. No. 10918 in the Catalogue of prints and drawings in the British Museum. Division I, political and personal satires / Mary Dorothy George, v. 8.
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