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The Political Champion turned Resurrection Man Out of thy own Mouth will condemn thee

by Isaac Robert Cruikshank

The Political Champion turned Resurrection Man Out of thy own Mouth will condemn thee - Isaac Robert Cruikshank
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The Political Champion turned Resurrection Man Out of thy own Mouth will condemn thee - Isaac Robert Cruikshank

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English: "The Political Champion turned Resurrection Man Out of thy own Mouth will condemn thee" oil on Canvas.
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Date

1819

Author

Isaac Robert Cruikshank

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