A windy day at Margate: a man accidentally bumping into another man, and knocking out his last tooth. Coloured etching by W. Heath, 1810.
- 5 April 1810
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Dialogue includes: The tall man carring a cane says: "Bless me Sir I cant imagine why you walk with your mouth open in such windy weather." The smaller round man retorts: "Confound the purblind pupy hes knock'd out the only tooth I had left." A lady in the background says: "O dear o dear I've lost my wig."
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