Catchpenny print of 16 images of soldiers and other armed figures, mocking the Belgian September Revolution (Belgische Opstand, September Revolutie) of 1830, criticising both the Belgian rebels for treason, and the Dutch soldiers for withdrawing out of cowardice. The figures’ weakness and disloyalty are highlighted through humoristic, sarcastic comments, such as “Och, was ik thuis gebleven! / ‘k Moet van courage beven,” or “’k Ben moedig, zoo gij ziet, / Van verre vrees ik niet.”Den Bosch, Lutkie & Cranenburg (1848 – 1881), numbered ‘No. 41.’ in the top centre. The print was previously published by T.J. Wijnhoven-Hendriksen (ca 1832 – 1849) under nr. 44.