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Bernard Partridge cartoons from Punch magazine

Number One Top-Side. China. "Down with all foreign devils - and down with the English devils first!" Uncle Sam. "I'm not sure that I can afford to see England treated as the most favoured nation." [According to the correspondent of The Times at Washington the British Memorandum on China is regarded in some quarters as "an attempt to steal the American thunder." and the USA government's reply is expected to aim, incidentally, at recovery of the "moral leadership."]

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Bernard Partridge Cartoons
Number One Top-Side. China. "Down with all foreign devils - and down with the English devils first!" Uncle Sam. "I'm not sure that I can afford to see England treated as the most favoured nation." [According to the correspondent of The Times at Washington the British Memorandum on China is regarded in some quarters as "an attempt to steal the American thunder." and the USA government's reply is expected to aim, incidentally, at recovery of the "moral leadership."]