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A Good Listener Revd Gentn: 'Well Tim, Did You Leave the Letter At the Squire's?' Tim: 'I Did, Your Riv'rence, I B'lieve They're Havin' Dinner Company Today –' Revd Gentn (Angrily): 'What Business Had You to Be Listening About. How Often I've Told You –' Tim: 'Plaze Your Riv'rence, I only Listened Wid My Nose!!'

Charles Keene (1823-1891)

SIGNED WITH MONOGRAM AND INSCRIBED WITH TITLE AND CAPTION
PEN AND INK
6 1/2 X 4 INCHES
ILLUSTRATED: PUNCH, 25 JULY 1874, PAGE 33;
MR PUNCH'S IRISH HUMOUR IN PICTURE AND STORY,
LONDON: EDUCATIONAL BOOK CO, [CIRCA 1907], PAGE 27
EXHIBITED: 'THE ILLUSTRATORS. THE BRITISH ART OF ILLUSTRATION 1800-2014',
NOVEMBER 2014 - JANUARY 2015, NO 40


Price
£750

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