Punch,  39 (1860), 211–12.

Our Roving Correspondent

Jack Easel


Letter, Spoof


Steam-power, Representation, Technology

    Describes the appearance in Westminster Abbey of an equestrian statue of King Richard I, which was hauled into the abbey by one of 'Bray's traction engines'. This prompts the author to exclaim 'Bravo James Watt! Science and Art go hand in hand. Slowly and majestically they approach'. (212)

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