No RoughIanism A clean and respectable artisan tells a vagabond who is armed with stones and a broken branch that his type of help is not required Broken railings can be seen in the background Many ordinary artisans wished to distance themselves from the vast mass of roughs that joined in their protests This cartoon relates to the great riot in Hyde Park during July The Reform League had planned to hold a political demonstration in the park however Mr Walpole the new Home Secretary had banned the demonstration on the premise that the park should be devoted to the quiet recreation of the people However some of the crowd broke down railings in Park Lane in order to gain admittance to Hyde Park and a battle ensued between the rougher elements of the working class and the police From Punch or the London Charivari August
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