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A New Method of Macarony Making, as practised at Boston
This print shows the British perspective on events in America. It condemns the violent defiance of law and order, such as the tarring and feathering of John Malcolm, the Commissioner of Customs at Boston, in the lead-up to the outbreak of war.
Original size: 371 x 272 mm
- Image ref: PW3919
- National Maritime Museum