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Cartoon, THE DAINTY DISH, by J.W. Bengough, depicting evidence of the Pacific Scandal being presented to the governor general.
“The Dainty Dish,” a political cartoon by J.W. Bengough, depicting evidence of the Pacific Scandal being presented to the governor general.
Source: A caricature history of Canadian politics : events from the union of 1841, as illustrated by cartoons from "Grip" and various other sources
by J. W. Bengough. With an introd. by Rev. Grant -- Toronto, Grip Print. and Pub. Co., 1886. - Toronto : P. Martin Associates, 1974. -- x, 269 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. -- ISBN 0887780814. -- P. 69
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