Isaac Cruikshank, The British Menagerie, published by S.W. Fores, 5 July 1796. A satire on the huge subsidies paid to Britain’s ineffectual European allies in the war against France. The interior of a menagerie housing various animals representing the nations of Europe. Pitt appears in the guise of a zookeeper, shoveling prodigious quantities of gold coins into the mouth of “The Austrian Leopard” and the doubled-headed eagle of Prussia.