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Post by Karen on Fri 23 Apr 2010 - 0:59

Cartoon: Vagabonds discussing laws of Whitechapel.

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Punch Magazine Cartoon print: Whitechapel, 1888. First member of "Criminal Class."
"Fine body o' men, the perleece!" Second ditto. "Uncommon fine! - It's lucky for hus as there's such a bloomin' few on 'em!!!".
Artist: John Tenniel
Published: 13 October 1888




Cartoon: Blind-Man's Buff.

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Punch Magazine Cartoon print: Blind-Man's Buff. (As played by the Police.)
"Turn round three times, and catch whom you may!"
Artist: Unknown
Published: 22 September 1888




Cartoon Print: The New Workhouse Porter.

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The New Workhouse Porter. Master Prig.
"Blest if they hadn't put on a bobby! Pretty state we're comin' to, with their centralisation! Let's cut to Lambeth."
Punch Cartoon by John Tenniel
Published: 03 February 1866




Cartoon: A Reflection. What a curious thing it is about policemen.

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Punch Magazine Cartoon print: A Reflection. What a curious thing it is, that although policemen are placed at particular spots for the express purpose of making omnibuses 'move on,' they are generally seen chatting, or cracking the friendly walnut with the conductors, to the manifest inconvenience and great indignation of the passengers. How is this! Is it amiable weakness on the part of the constable, or is it possible that he ever receives pints of beer to neglect his duty? Oh! Let us hope the former!!
Published: 27 October 1849

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