A Block on the Line

A Block on the Line

John Tenniel


Wood engraving

Punch (2 March 1967)

Signed with monogram lower left.

John Bull, who stands for the nation, demands removal of obstacles to reform at which point both John Russell and John Bright tell him they can do the job while Disraeli (dressed like a navvy) says to William Gladstone, “Our gang’ll manage it, if you’ll lend a hand.” — George P. Landow

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