The corruption of the Froom

The corruption of the Froom.

The Man in the Moon, (a radical pamphletist) illuminates a web of corruption holding official documents. A kicking ass frees a bundle marked ‘Dock Company’ and the deity of the Froom holds his nose at the stench. His usual water urns are replaced with slop buckets and dead cats float by. A sailor vomits in the waters behind.

Hat tip: Eugene Byrne

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1 Response to The corruption of the Froom

  1. Dona Qixota says:

    What could newspaperman Felix Farley be doing, there in the web of corruption?

    In between Chancery, it looks like, and, what does that say?

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