John Leech Cartoons from Punch magazine
Pleasures of Housekeeping.- The Loose Slate. Scene.- Principal barricade at Mr. Briggs's house.- Owing to the incomplete state of the alterations, Mr. Briggs is obliged to enter his house through the parlour window. The Policeman mistakes him for a burglar and acts accordingly. In Mr. Briggs's hand may be observed a fine Lobster which he has bought home to conciliate Mrs. B.
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Punch Magazine B&W B/W black & white black and white 19th century nineteenth century Victorian Era historical history 1840s 1849 Victorian cartoons Punch Magazine B&W B/W black & white black and white 19th Century Nineteenth Century Victorian Era historical history 1840s 1849 Victorian Pleasures of Housekeeping series Mr Briggs Mister Briggs home improvements improving renovating renovations builders building maintaining maintenance in the home homes home life repairs repairing fixing roofs leaking dripping holes food lobsters sea food marriages relationships husbands wives wife crime criminals burglars burglary burgling breaking and entering caught police police man men mistaken identity obstructions obstructing climbing through windows The Loose Slate illustrations man mistakes mistaking police men policeman policemen building works cowboy builders Britain British England English United Kingdom Great Britain UK householders middle classes middle-classes homeowners homeowning home repairs police officers police constables social history Punch Giclee prints posters gifts hi-res downloads licensing Giclee prints posters gifts hi-res downloads licensing
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