Mr. Lambkin drunk on champagne sitting in a carriage at Epsom with lots of other drunken bachelors. Lithograph by G. Cruikshank.
- Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878.
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After meditating desperate deeds of duelling, prussic acid, pistols, and plunges in the river, Mr. Lambkin cools down to a quiet supper, a melancholy reverie, and a warm bath at the Hummums. - The morning sun shines upon him at Epsom, where, with the assistance of his friends and champagne, he arrives at such a pitch of excitement, that he determines to live and die a bachelor.
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Wellcome Library no. 12124i