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'London's Nightmare', 1866. A man holding banner with the word Bumbledom on it, sits on the chest of a woman representing London. He has a particularly stupid expression on his face. Bumbledom was the term used to encapsulate 'the conflicting jurisdictions of folks who ought to have no jurisdiction at all, and who job, blunder, squabble, and utterly misgovern the metropolis of the world'. Bumbledom was thus seen as stifling the capital. From Punch, or the London Charivari, March 10, 1866.
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