(via Yesterday’s Papers: Man Slaughter Men)

A copy of one of the Cruikshank prints on the killing of protesters at Queen Caroline’s funeral published by John Fairburn.
Cruikshank’s decision to depict the soldiers of the Household Cavalry with no torso and huge exaggerated limbs is a sly reference to the fact that the court of enquiry ruled that “nobody” could be identified and brought to trial for the killing of two civilian protesters…

(via Yesterday’s Papers: Man Slaughter Men)

A copy of one of the Cruikshank prints on the killing of protesters at Queen Caroline’s funeral published by John Fairburn.

Cruikshank’s decision to depict the soldiers of the Household Cavalry with no torso and huge exaggerated limbs is a sly reference to the fact that the court of enquiry ruled that “nobody” could be identified and brought to trial for the killing of two civilian protesters…

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