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A man with an eye patch and a pipe is talking to two other men. Glyphograph after George Cruikshank.
- Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878.
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"Follow me astarn", he said, "we must be aware of land-sharks. I'll show you to the skipper in less time than it would take to splice a topsail... Geor. Cruikshank in glypho
Wellcome Library no. 29580i
Lettering continues: ...A strange looking man that skipper. A short obese individual, with an unctuous face, blinking eyes, and puffed cheeks...