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"Which Is the Infidel?" cartoon, Harper's Weekly Magazine, August 17, 1867

Scanned by: 
Sarah Goldberg, Archives and Special Collections, Dickinson College
Scan date: 
07/29/2016
Notes: 
Cropped, sized, and prepared for use here by John Osborne, Dickinson College, August 21, 2017.
Image type: 
cartoon
Courtesy of: 
Archives and Collections, Dickinson College
Original caption: 
WHICH IS THE INFIDEL? "God preserve thee, Sultan, long; Ever keep thee from all woes; May thy State and thee be strong; To dismay and resist thy foes" (Song of welcome to the Infidel Sultan) SULTAN: (sotto voce to Grand Vizier). "These infidel JOHN BULLS don't see those little Massacres of their Christian brethren in Crete." GRAND VIZIER. "Great is JOHN BULL, and ABDUL AZIZ is his temporary profit."
Source citation: 

Harper's Weekly Magazine, August 17, 1867, p. 528.

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