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Eating out, 19thC!

‘A noted Oyster Room near the theatres -Time 3 o’Clock in the Morning’. (Drawn by Samuel Alken, published

Tattersall's horses regency - Google Search

Finish of the Beacon Course at Newmarket with the King's Stand on the right, attributed to J Ross. (c) National Horse racing Museum

© The Trustees of the British Museum  By St Peter this is no Sham - or - a new cut for the groom of the stool. April 1821  Hand-coloured etching by Isaac Robert Cruikshank  #Petersham

© The Trustees of the British Museum By St Peter this is no Sham - or - a new cut for the groom of the stool. April 1821 Hand-coloured etching by Isaac Robert Cruikshank

1809 Billingsgate Market

Billingsgate Market circa From Thomas Rowlandson and Augustus Pugin’s 'Microcosm of London'

Satire: scene in a ball-room with four couples dancing to the music supplied by a French violinist.  2 April 1817  Hand-coloured etching British Museum

Recto Satire: scene in a ball-room with four couples dancing to the music supplied by a French violinist. 2 April 1817 Hand-coloured etching © The Trustees of the British Museum

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