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John Leech Cartoons from Punch magazine

Pleasures of Housekeeping. Envelope, containing the Builder's little account against Mr. Briggs - much too serious a subject to jest upon. The unsettled state of the house for the last two months has so disordered Briggs, that his Medical Adviser recommends a little horse exercise by way of a change. Dealer. "This is Horse No. 1. I should say it wos just the Hoss you want, Sir; only you must decide at once, because there's several parties very sweet upon him. He's a Gentleman's Hoss, Sir and carries his own head, Sir!" Mr Briggs. "Bless my heart!" (Buys him.)

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John Leech Cartoons, Victorian Era Cartoons
Pleasures of Housekeeping. Envelope, containing the Builder's little account against Mr. Briggs - much too serious a subject to jest upon. The unsettled state of the house  for the last two months has so disordered Briggs, that his Medical Adviser recommends a little horse exercise by way of a change. Dealer. "This is Horse No. 1. I should say it wos just the Hoss you want, Sir; only you must decide at once, because there's several parties very sweet upon him. He's a Gentleman's Hoss, Sir and carries his own head, Sir!" Mr Briggs. "Bless my heart!" (Buys him.)