Buonaparte's Soliloquy

Buonaparte's Soliloquy

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Caption: Buonaparte's Soliloquy at Calais. Napoleon Bonaparte stands under a signpost which bears the words 'Road to England'. The white cliffs of Dover can be seen in the background. Image taken from Loyal and patriotic hand-bills, songs, addresses, etc. on the threatened invasion of Great Britain by Buonaparte. Originally published in London, 1803. Illustrated by Woodward, Cruikshank.

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