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FH Townsend cartoons from Punch magazine

My Lord Bountiful. Benevolent old gentleman (who has just given a penny to Miss A, of Park Lane, who is selling "Votes for Women"). "No, no, keep the paper, my good woman, keep the paper!"

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My Lord Bountiful. Benevolent old gentleman (who has just given a penny to Miss A, of Park Lane, who is selling "Votes for Women"). "No, no, keep the paper, my good woman, keep the paper!"