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Full page Williamite print showing a courtly scene with James II greeting Queen Mary, while a richly-dressed central figure [possibly Louis Phillippe] gestures to a fine horse. The sinister figure of a priest is visible in the left foreground. The inscription in French refers to ' King James being received by his wife the Queen andall the court of France at St Germain en Laye 26 July'. The print is numbered '10' in pencil and is bound in a book containing 95 engravings depicting the life of William III.