Frontispiece to the Humours of Oxford.

Frontispiece to the Humours of Oxford.
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Frontispiece to James Miller’s comedy, writen while he was still an undergraduate. It was performed at Drury Lane from Jan. 9th 1730 and ran for seven performances. The engraving shows Haughty and Conundrum, drunken Fellows of one of the colleges, addressing the Vice-Chancellor of the University, who rebukes him for his behaviour. On the wall is one of the Oxford Almanacs. Paulson 217.