Beneath the broken equestrian statue of William III a group of robed politicians, including the Duke of Wellington, …

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Beneath the broken equestrian statue of William III a group of robed politicians, including the Duke of Wellington, attack with scrolls Morrison the Mayor of Dublin, who collapses. Coloured lithograph by HB (John Doyle), 1836. The scene is a parody of the murder of Julius Caesar by Brutus and other Roman senators. Among the attackers are Sir James Graham, Lord Stanley, Lord Lyndhurst and Sir Robert Peel. The subject is Irish municipal reform. The statue of King William was blown up on 7 April 1836. Created 29 April 1836. Contributors: John Doyle (1797–1868). Work ID: awfhtes8.

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