Mr. Lambkin and friends in court before a magistrate for being drunken and disorderly. Lithograph by G. Cruikshank.
- Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878.
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Mr. Lambkin and his friends cut a pretty figure in the morning before the magistrate - their conduct is described as violent and outrageous, and their respectibility is questioned - Mr. Lambkin and his friends insist upon being gentlemen, and are of course discharged upon payment of 5s. each for being drunk - and making good the damage at the prices usually charged to gentlemen.
1 print : lithograph ; image 8.9 x 9.6 cm
On the reverse are three prints, also from the Cruikshank series about the adventures of Mr. Lambkin
Wellcome Library no. 12138i
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