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Sawney Stops The Way
'Sawney Stops The Way', 1862. A Bill was presented to parliament which would give the Metropolitan Board of Works the authority to embank the River Thames from Westminster to Blackfriars. John Bull here is the coachman driving his carriage along the rocky embankment. In his way is the Duke of Buccleugh, opposing the passage of the carriage as he was opposing the passage of the Bill. Nonetheless, the Thames Embankment Bill received the Royal Assent in August 1862. From Punch, or the London Charivari, July 5, 1862.
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