It seems to be longer and wider than the ones illustrated in this article. Corpun file 15761 Whipping post, Newfoundland This is supposed to represent a punishment carried out in Newfoundland in the early 1700s by the "fishing admiral".It shows a cat-o'-four-tails, and appears in J.A. Cochrane, The Story of Newfoundland, Montreal, 1938. We should bear in mind that the drawing was probably made in 1938 and not in the 1700s, so may or may not be reliable.Corpun file 25797b Another Dunsterforce flogging "Persia, c.1918. A Dunsterforce company irregular being held over four boxes by his arms and legs in readiness for a flogging for stealing forage." He is stripped to the waist, presumably to be whipped on the bare back.Corpun file 25797a. Dunsterforce flogging Dunsterforce was a company of Australian and other Allied irregulars in deployed across Greater Persia (now Iran, Iraq and the Caucasus named after its commander, Gen. Lionel Dunsterville. This picture from c.1918 is captioned "Men gathered around to witness a.However, on the same page was also this photograph of pupils passing round a picture, evidently of the wealed and bruised buttocks resulting from such a caning, though we cannot be certain that that picture is itself genuine.My informant says that it is about 7 feet high. Corpun file 24364 Whipping frame, Dorchester Penitentiary These frames, less elaborate than those above, are on display at Keillor House Museum in Dorchester, New Brunswick.