John Leech Cartoons from Punch magazine
The Ladies of the Creation; Or, how I was cured of being a strong-minded woman. The Parliamentary Female. Father of the Family. "Come, dear; We so seldom go out together now - can't you take us all to the play tonight?" Mistress of the house, and MP. "How you talk, Charles! Don't you see that I am too busy. I have a committee to-morrow morning, and I have my speech on the great crochet question to prepare for the evening.".
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