Punch,  19 (1850), 115.

Rupture Between England and France





Telegraphy, Accidents, Engineering, Internationalism, Politics

    Reports on the breakage and subsequent restoration of the submarine telegraph connection between England and France. Believes that it is not the first time that the cause of the rupture—the softness of 'leaden conductors'—has weakened Anglo-French relations.

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