A bailiff grabs Ramble Gripe by the collar as he steps out from a sedan chair, near St. James's Palace. Engraving by Thomas Bowles, 1735.
- Hogarth, William, 1697-1764.
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"The faithful girl he us'd so ill, spite of his falsehood, loves him still", and intervenes by holding out a handful of money offering to pay the rake's debt. Up a ladder is a lampman who accidentally tips "oyl" onto the rake's fine coat. A Welshman may be identified by the leek, worn on St David's day, in his hat.