Victorian Era Cartoons from Punch magazine
Irresistible. Lady. “What! Two shillings! And eighteenpence for waiting three-quarters of an hour? - Nonsense, man! It was only ten minutes by my watch!” Cabman (insinuatingly). “Wasn’t it, Miss? Well, then I s’pose it was a missin’ o’your pretty face as made it seem three kervarters of an hour!” [Fare pays, and thinks the Cabman an extremely nice person.
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