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T.H. Parke sucking the poison from William Stairs' wound, inflicted by a poisoned arrow at Abousheeba. Colour etching, ca. 1888.

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1888
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1888

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1 print : colour etching ; image 30.3 x 50.2 cm

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Dr. Parke sucking the poison from the wound in Lieut. Stair's side, received from a poisoned arrow at Abousheeba

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Wellcome Library no. 561187i

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