George Moutard Woodward was a popular social satirist who drew caricatures in the manner of H.W. Bunbury. He was influenced by Thomas Rowlandson and his work was often etched by Isaac Cruikshank.
Major Hanger (1751-1824), educated at Eton and Göttingen, inherited the barony of Coleraine, an Irish peerage, but declined to assume the title. He was a well-known figure in fashionable society, who led an eccentric life, publishing a somewhat unsavoury book The Life, Adventures and Opinions of Colonel George Hanger, written by himself, London, 2 vols. The title became extinct when Hanger died a bachelor. A caricatural portrait of Hanger was executed by George Cruikshank and published with 'The Scourge' for 2 November 1812. Hanger is also the subject of caricatures by James Gillray (1757-1815).