The Devonshire Minuet, danced to Ancient British Music through Westminster during the Election, print made by William Paulet Carey, 1784 (engraving). A satire of Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire (1757-1806) as she was canvassing for Charles James Fox (1749-1806) in the Westminster Election of 1784. It was widely reported in the press that the Duchess had given a butcher (seen here dancing beside Her Grace) a kiss in exchange for a vote for Fox.
Lewis Walpole Library. Image ID: lwlpr01340 Call Number: 747.11.10.01.2+ Title: The sailor's fleet wedding entertainment Published: [London] : Publish'd according to act of Parliament, November [the] 10, 1747, by M. Cooper, 
Titre :Couple dansant Auteur :Anonyme Crédit photographique :(C) RMN-Grand Palais / Agence Bulloz Période : 18e siècle, période contemporaine de 1789 à 1914 Localisation : Paris, musée Carnavalet
"Thomas Augustine Arne" by Francesco Bartolozzi (1770) at the National Portrait Gallery, London - From the curators' comments: "The composer Thomas Arne specialised in opera and pieces for the London theatres and pleasure gardens, but also wrote many catches and songs. 'Rule Britannia' was the finale of his masque Alfred which was performed at Cliveden, the Prince of Wales' house, in 1740. It is this piece of music that the composer is playing on the organ in this etching."
Keira Knightley as Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire in The Duchess (2008).