Print shows a young man, possibly William Pitt, the younger, being visited by a ghost from the grave, possibly the elder William Pitt, who has come "to warn thee against thy impending fate - Beware of Prerogative - beware the wily Scot, D--S, beware the haughty T--W," possibly Baron Edward Thurlow, and to "sully not the name of PITT."
- Satires (Visual works)--British--1780-1790.
- 1 print : etching, hand-colored.
- Title from item.
- Paper watermarked on middle of sheet.
- Forms part of: British Cartoon Prints Collection (Library of Congress).