Blockade against Blockade or John Bull a Match for Boney Canvas

Blockade against Blockade or John Bull a Match for Boney Canvas

Caricature published in November 1807 by Thomas Tegg, 111 Cheapside London. A satire on the mutual blockades enforced by Britain and France; Napoleon is shown on one side of a wall looking unhappy with a bowl of 'Soup Meagre', whilst John Bull is looking satisfied with a table of beef and beer, saying ''Now Master Boney we shall see who can last out the longest ...'

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Title
Blockade against Blockade or John Bull a Match for Boney
Product Code
NMRN0076_CANVAS
Decade
1800
Edition Type
Open Edition
Copyright
© Trustees of the NMRN

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