A Satire on the forthcoming opening of the newly constructed place of Entertainment in Oxford Street which was due to open on the 27th January 1772. The image in the Satire is predicting that this place will be a den of lust and debauchery which of course is what happened. The image shows a group of men and girls round a table in various amorous positions whilst in the foreground is a little girl, cherub-like, holding up a whip and with a tasselled stick held in a provocative position. The inference in the satire is quite clear. Russell 1926. Challoner Smith 1887. Not in George. BM. No. 2010.7081.376.