A cartoon depicting the dilapidated grounds and pier at Brunswick House in Vauxhall: 'Every true friend of the Constitution should rush to the Nine Elms Pier at Vauxhall, and see if anything can be done to save the House of Brunswick from a fate that is impending over it, or, from, the river that is yawning under it. Patriotism may do much, but the plasterer can do more; and though the English enthusiasm may be of some use, we would rather put the House of Brunswick in the hands of a few stout Irish labourers.'From Punch magazine, dated 1845Ref: Punch 1845 p197
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