John Leech Cartoons from Punch magazine
The New Irish Still. Showing how all sorts of good things may be obtained (by industry) out of peat.
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cartoons Punch Magazine Big Cuts black and white black & white B&W B/W 1849 1840s Victorian Era Irish Question Irish Ireland peat economic burdens lazy industry relief grants machines machinery manufacture commerce anti-Catholicism diligence Irish peasants working land agriculture British Empire Empire industries sloth child children man men woman women flour laziness stills indigence poverty families family parents young cornucopias enterprising enterprise hunger want food plenty self reliance self-reliance self-reliant self reliant rural labourers rural peasants labourers happiness happy young men young man young woman young women depictions representations history politics Great Britain Britain United Kingdom UK British England English stereotypes colonialism Victorians nineteenth century 19th century Irish Potato Famine Irish Famine potato famine social history Giclee prints posters gifts hi-res downloads licensing Giclee prints posters gifts hi-res downloads licensing
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