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- Object: These are the people all tatter'd and torn,
See No. 13292. In the foreground is a despairing family, starving and ragged. In the background yeomanry ride down women and children, slashing with sabres.
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Height: 175 millimetres
Width: 190 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- (Description and comment from M. Dorothy George, 'Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the British Museum', IX, 1949)
The text continues:
Who curse the day wherein they were born,
On account of Taxation too great to be borne, . . .
Who, peacably Meeting to ask for Reform,
Were sabred by Yeomanry Cavalry, who
Were thank'd by The Man . . . [&c.]
For Peterloo see No. 13258, &c.; for the Regent's thanks, No. 13266.
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