A Satire on the good living standards of both Lawyers and Clergy. The illustration is in two parts – on the left is a Lawyer styled as A limb of the Law who is studying a Bill of Costs for high living, whilst on the right is a Cleric styled as A Prop of the Church, who is enjoying a glass of Burgundy. On the table is an invoice listing high-living goods supplied, viz. green peas, cucumber, two capons, brandy, burgundy, tobacco. Not listed in George. British Museum listed (acquired 1991) Copies located at Yale and Robinson Collection in Ireland.