over our dead and being proud of our victimhood.
"The British Lion's Vengeance on the Bengal Tiger", Sir John Tenniel
Neill or Canning are the choices.
But we'll probably get more of this for a while:
"They shan't blow him from nasty guns; but he must promise to be a good little sepoy."
Both from Punch, these pictures courtesy http://www.bl.uk/collections/early/victorian/illustra/illust1.html