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Two Gloucestershire countrymen, one holding a scythe, conversing about foreign affairs. Pencil drawing by S. Jenner.

Jenner, Stephen, 1796-

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Country conversation: "Hast read the Queen's speach?" "No what do she say?" "Why all about the foreign perts and them outlandish chaps"; S. Jenner

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1 drawing : pencil ; image and text 13.2 x 10.9 cm

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Wellcome Library no. 560849i

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Stephen Jenner was Edward Jenner's great-nephew

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