Punch,  43 (1862), 174.

A Little Question



Poetry, Drollery


Invention, Transport, Nationalism, Cultural Geography, Technology

    Replies to the 'ribald bankrupt' George F Train's views that the English are 'fools and knaves', and 'Gluttons and blockheads, brutes and slaves', declaring his views 'idiot trash', and questions whether it is worth sustaining a friendship with those Union states which shared Train's views.

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