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Charles Keene Cartoons from Punch magazine

An Uncanny Order. Mysterious stranger (introducing himself). "Ah - I've secured a charming site for myself in the new cemetery, Mr Trestles. And - ah - I wish you to measure me - [Mrs T, alarmed, rushes off with her children; and Trestles remarked at his club (the "Scarf and Truncheon," in Hatchment Alley), the same evening, that all the years, man and boy, he'd been in the trade, he never was so taken aback. You might have knocked him down with a tray of feathers!

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Charles Keene Cartoons
An Uncanny Order. Mysterious stranger (introducing himself). "Ah - I've secured a charming site for myself in the new cemetery, Mr Trestles. And - ah - I wish you to measure me - [Mrs T, alarmed, rushes off with her children; and Trestles remarked at his club (the "Scarf and Truncheon," in Hatchment Alley), the same evening, that all the years, man and boy, he'd been in the trade, he never was so taken aback. You might have knocked him down with a tray of feathers!