[Flogging revived]

Shemus.
[graphic] /
Main Creator: Forbes, Ernest, 1879-1962
Summary:Date in pencil on verso. Caption reads: Sir Henry Wilson: "Don't hesitate. The lash was an excellent instrument under the penal laws." Sir James Craig: "But the exercise might reduce my weight." Sir Henry Wilson: "Don't be silly. That's what I'm here to prevent." Unpublished caption handwritten above image reads: It was used in [...] with great effort. Illustration depicts Henry Wilson and James Craig having a discussion; Craig is seated on a throne-like chair [which has as a finial the red hand of Ulster carved into it]; he holds a cat o' nine tails [a multi-tailed whip], in his left hand. The words "The Boundary Question" is written across his stomach.
In Collection: Shemus Cartoon Collection
Format: PRINTS & DRAWINGS
Language:English
Published / Created: 20th March 1922.
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Notes:Shemus was a pseudonym used by Ernest Forbes.

Published in: The Freeman's Journal, 20th March 1922.

Physical description: 1 drawing : ink and crayon, col ; 31 x 27 cm.

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Contained in:Forms part of: The Shemus Cartoon Collection.
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