A biting satirical image reflecting the politics of the day on "the slavery question" and the boycotting of West India sugar by the anti-slavery proponents. "John Bull" peers through a telescope at the Coast of Africa--just as far removed from the issue as physically possible--while a man next to him offers "Pictures of Negro Slavery." Another man holds a sign "Buy only East India Sugar, t'is sinful to buy any other. . ." and so on. A splendid copy of a famous print. Robert Cruikshank (1789-1856) was the brother of noted caricaturist, George Cruikshank.
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