[Hutchison, William] 1820-1905 :The modern Don Quixote. A knight of Water Bottles lost his seat / A knight of hammer was the man who beat, / A call to Upper House makes Fox complete. [The Wellington Adverti]ser supplement, 24 December 1881.
Reference Number: A-095-012
Sir William Fox as Don Quixote on horseback, about to be tipped off his horse. He has a water bottle at his waist, marked Aqua pura, a reference to his strong support for temperance. At his feet are the words 'Local opposition' and 'Farmers' votes'. A dragon (with a human face) surrounded by several broken bottles is on the right, threatening Fox. Fox lost his Rangitikei seat to J. Stevens in 1881.
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[Hutchison, William] 1820-1905 :The modern Don Quixote. A knight of Water Bottles lost his seat / A knight of hammer was the man who beat, / A call to Upper House makes Fox complete. [The Wellington Adverti]ser supplement, 24 December 1881., Reference Number A-095-012 (1 digitised items)
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