Wilfrid Blunt being brought to Woodford courthouse
Description:A sketch of Wilfrid Blunt being brought as a prisoner to Woodford courthouse from Loughrea. He is being transported by horse and carriage. There are a large group of Royal Irish Constabulary men in the sketch. There are two soldiers wearing bearskin hats in the scene. To the left of the scene behind the policemen there are spectators with their hats raised in the air. The letters 'VR' appear on the wall of the courthouse. These letters stand for 'Victoria Regina' which is Latin and means 'Queen Victoria'. The sketch was published in 1887.