Flunkeiana John Leech Cartoons from Punch magazine
Flunkeiana. Enter Thomas, who gives warning. Gentlemen. "Oh, certainly! You can go, of course; But, as you have been with me for nine years, I should like to know the reason." Thomas. "Why, sir, it's my feelins. You used always to read prayers, sir, yourself - and since Miss Wilkins has bin here, she bin a reading of 'em. Now I can't bemean myself sayin 'Amen' to a guv'ness."
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