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Victorian cartoons from Punch magazine by E T Reed

Drawing the Line. Judge. "Remove those barristers. They're drawing!" Chorus of juniors. "May it please your ludship, we're only drawing- pleadings." ["Mr Justice Denman said that he saw a thing going on in court that he could not sanction. He saw gentleman of the bar making pictures of the witness. Let it be understood that he would turn out any gentleman of the bar who did so in future."- Daily Paper, Thursday, December 17.] (a Victorian cartoon shows barristers laughing infront of a judge)

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Victorian-Legal-Law-Cartoons-Punch-Magazine-E-T-Reed-1891.12.26.303.tif
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© Punch Limited
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Crime, Police and Law Cartoons, Victorian Era Cartoons, E T Reed Cartoons (Edward Tennyson Reed)
Drawing the Line. Judge. "Remove those barristers. They're drawing!" Chorus of juniors. "May it please your ludship, we're only drawing- pleadings." ["Mr Justice Denman said that he saw a thing going on in court that he could not sanction. He saw gentleman of the bar making pictures of the witness. Let it be understood that he would turn out any gentleman of the bar who did so in future."- Daily Paper, Thursday, December 17.] (a Victorian cartoon shows barristers laughing infront of a judge)