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Charles Keene Cartoons from Punch magazine

A Point of View. Tomkins (he has heard his friend Stanley talk so much about that lovely spot Wobbleswick, whither he was going sketching, that he was induced to accompany him. A day has elapsed, and he is awakening to the horror of situation!) "Seems to me an infern- I call it rather a dull place! Stodge."Dull old fellow! How can you say so? Look at this beautiful breezy common! And the lines of those old houses in the beach, breaking the horizon, and the colour! And the jolly quiet of the place! None o' your beastly barrel-organs or gaping tourists swarming about! I thought you'd like it!!"

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A Point of View. Tomkins (he has heard his friend Stanley talk so much about that lovely spot Wobbleswick, whither he was going sketching, that he was induced to accompany him. A day has elapsed, and he is awakening to the horror of situation!) "Seems to me an infern- I call it rather a dull place! Stodge."Dull old fellow! How can you say so? Look at this beautiful breezy common! And the lines of those old houses in the beach, breaking the horizon, and the colour! And the jolly quiet of the place! None o' your beastly barrel-organs or gaping tourists swarming about! I thought you'd like it!!"