Lithograph, printed and published by Henry R. Robinson at 48 and 52 Courtland Street New York. There is no signature on the print, however Robinson was known to often publish E. W. Clay's work (though historians have postulated that he created the unsigned work himself). This 1836 election broadside depicts the funeral procession of "Old Tammany," acknowledging the political losses of the Tammany Hall machine in the New York City elections of 1836. Prominent figures include James Gulick, former Chief Engineer of the fire department and elected Register in 1836, who had been deposed by Tammany Hall for political reasons after the Great Fire of 1835 (who can be seen in the crowd to the right of two other firemen). Aside from the host of newspaper editors and bankers District Attorney William M. Price is seen commenting on how his "Price is paid in Washington," while Garrit Gilbert, former Register and prominent New York politician, is converted into the operatic "Gilbertini" who sings a dirge for Tammany. Finally, Thaddeus Phelps, a known gambler and friend of Jesse Hoyt (of the Swartwout-Hoyt embezzlement scandal), repents the results of the election from directly behind the hearse.