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The new method of bear baiting
Satire on the Napoleonic wars. (British political cartoon); A comment on the damage to Russian trade caused by the economic warfare between Britain and the Continent. The dogs harrassing the bear represent the Baltic products cut off from the English market.; Krumbhaar 812
Date 21 December 1807
date QS:P571,+1807-12-21T00:00:00Z/11
Dimensions 237 x 347 (sheet) mm
institution QS:P195,Q82133
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Curzon b.26(59)
Place of creation London (England): S. W. Fores
Notes Source filename: politi004-axb-0001-0

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