Wounds may be bound up, and words forgiven, but he who betrays his friends, loses all credit. Feb 23 1861.

Date Created

1861

Identifier

Hocken Pictorial Collections - 7,731
a1404

Description

Lower left (l.l.) in pencil: JB; through image in pencil: The fate of ingratitude; margin below image in pencil: Wounds may be bound up, and words forgiven, but he who betrays his friends, loses all credit. Feb 23 1861; margin below image in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: Mr Lambert, editor of the “Colonist”, was hanged in effigy February 1861 because of his opposition to Mr Macandrew who was a candidate in the Superintendency of the Province of Otago. Macandrew brought Lambert down from Auckland in 1856 to edit the “Colonist”, a paper started in opposition to the “Witness”. T.M.H.

Extent

156 x 322 mm

Medium

pencil on paper

Provenance

Dr T.M. Hocken’s Collection.

Source

Found uncatalogued 1948. Dr T.M. Hocken’s Collection.

Files

a1404.jpg

Citation

Brown, James, 1819?-1877, “Wounds may be bound up, and words forgiven, but he who betrays his friends, loses all credit. Feb 23 1861.,” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed June 25, 2024, https://otago.ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/5119.