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The difference between law and justice
'The difference between law and justice', 1809; showing the Lord Mayor, John Atkins, using the City sword to prod the posterior of a visitor who leaps over the parapet of Mansion House. Thomas Williams, deputy alderman of Walbrook ward stands behind the Mayor.
- Image ref: 1239908
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)