Kick'd Out!! by Joseph Swain

Kick'd Out!!

Joseph Swain

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Kick'd Out!!

Joseph Swain

'Kick'd Out!!', 1870. A burly Canadian kicks a representative of the Irish Fenian movement out of Canada and back to America where President Grant is waiting. This relates to a long-running problem. In 1866, the American branch of the Irish Fenian movement had hatched plans, unsuccessful at the time, to invade Canada. Now, a further attempt had been made but, again, they were unsuccessful. Regular troops and Canadian volunteers had resisted their attack, and within only a few days, the United States had the Fenian leader, O'Neill, in custody. As is usual, the Fenian representative is depicted almost as an ape by Tenniel. He is also wearing trousers similar to those being worn by President Grant, and this refers to the fact that much of the funding of the Fenian movement, both in Ireland and in America, was funded by American sympathisers. From Punch, or the London Charivari, June 11, 1870.

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