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Product images of The deaf judge, or mutual misunderstanding, Old Bailey, London
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The deaf judge, or mutual misunderstanding, Old Bailey, London
'The deaf judge, or mutual misunderstanding', 1796 ; a scene at the Old Bailey, London. On the left an aged judge leans forward to listen to a barrister, who points at a shouting witness on the right. In the foreground four counsel sit and to the right an usher leans back asleep. The statue of Justice, jurors and spectators can be seen behind.
- Image ref: 1238707
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)