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Punch cartoon lampooning police incompetence in the white chapel murders.

Punch cartoon lampooning police incompetence in the white chapel murders.

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The Comforts of a Rumford Stove - Gilray

‘One can never have enough saucepans’ – the duties of an 18th century cook

The Comforts of a Rumford Stove - Gilray

Queen Elizabeth I - everytime I hear/see this quote though, I want to finish it a la Queenie in Blackadder "...but I have the heart and stomach of a concrete elephant"

Citation de la Reine Elizabeth I Tilbury Posters

Queen Elizabeth I - everytime I hear/see this quote though, I want to finish it a la Queenie in Blackadder "...but I have the heart and stomach of a concrete elephant"

Isaac Cruikshank, The Democracy of France, 24 April 1794, Hand-coloured etching (British Museum) "Hold me up well or I will béte off your head"

Isaac Cruikshank, The Democracy of France, 24 April 1794, Hand-coloured etching (British Museum) "Hold me up well or I will béte off your head"

Martin Madan

Martin Madan

Garotting was no joke in 1850s London and caused an understandable panic. This, however, is classic Punch for a suggestion: "Mr Remble borrows a hint from his wife's crinoline, and invents what he calls his 'patent anti-garotte overcoat,' which places him completely out of harm's reach in his walks home from the City (Punch, 27 December 1856) via Victorian London

Garotting was no joke in 1850s London and caused an understandable panic. This, however, is classic Punch for a suggestion: "Mr Remble borrows a hint from his wife's crinoline, and invents what he calls his 'patent anti-garotte overcoat,' which places him completely out of harm's reach in his walks home from the City (Punch, 27 December 1856) via Victorian London

Samuel Romilly

Samuel Romilly

James Gillray: The Tree of Liberty with the Devil tempting John Bull. Reform and liberty (represented by the Phrygian cap of The French revolution) are presented as the Devil's work, 1798.

James Gillray: The Tree of Liberty with the Devil tempting John Bull. Reform and liberty (represented by the Phrygian cap of The French revolution) are presented as the Devil's work, 1798.

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