Bernard Partridge Cartoons from Punch magazine
A Pleasure Deferred. Suffragist. "You've cut my dance!" Mr. Asquith. "Yes, I know. The fact is the M.C. objected to the pattern of my waistcoat, and I had to go home and change it. But I'll tell you what! Let me put you down for an extra at our private subscription next season!"
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