The great moral lesson at Horsemonger Lane Gaol
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|Caption||The great moral lesson at Horsemonger Lane Gaol, Nov 13, the lesson of the scaffold; or the ruffian's holiday, a depiction of the executions of Frederick Manning, and Maria Manning, who had killed a friend for his money and buried him under the kitchen floor. Published in Punch, or the London Charivari, 1849.|
|Creator||English School (19th century)|
|Credit||Look and Learn / Peter Jackson Collection|
|Frederick Manning Maria Manning Crowds People Public Executions Executions Hangings Cartoons Satire London Southwark great moral lesson Horsemonger Lane Gaol|
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