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An Aesthetic Midday Meal George du Maurier Cartoons from Punch magazine

An Aesthetic Midday Meal. At the luncheon hour, Jellaby Postlethwaite enters a pastrycook's and calls for a glass of water, into which he puts a freshly-cut Lily, and lose himself in contemplation thereof. Waiter. "Shall I bring you anything else, sir?" Jellaby Postlethwaite. "Thanks, no! I have all I require, and shall soon have done!"

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An Aesthetic Midday Meal. At the luncheon hour, Jellaby Postlethwaite enters a pastrycook's and calls for a glass of water, into which he puts a freshly-cut Lily, and lose himself in contemplation thereof. Waiter. "Shall I bring you anything else, sir?" Jellaby Postlethwaite. "Thanks, no! I have all I require, and shall soon have done!"