Counting Her Chicks by Joseph Swain

Counting Her Chicks

Joseph Swain

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Counting Her Chicks

Joseph Swain

Counting Her Chicks, 1876. Britannia tries to console G Ward Hunt, the First Lord of the Admiralty, as he worries about his fleet at Besika Bay. This cartoon relates to the ongoing Eastern troubles involving Turkey and the Balkan States. In view of the threat to British interests, the British fleet had been sent to Besika Bay. This was despite the fact that Britain maintained a neutral stance during this period, and allowed Turkey to manage her rebellious provinces. From Punch, or the London Charivari, August 7, 1876.

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