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Grand entrance to Bamboozl'em
'Grand entrance to Bamboozl'em', 1821. Queen Caroline and Alderman Matthew Wood heading a procession through the City, met by a group of Radical reformers. The print accuses the Radicals of inciting a riot and using the Queen for political purposes.
- Image ref: 1645975
- City of London / Heritage-Images