Comic Annual, 9 (1838), 54–63.
Right and Wrong. A Sketch at Sea
Short Fiction, Drollery
Menageries, Machinery, Steamships, Pollution
The illustration captioned 'He's A-going to Take a Tower' (facing 54) depicts a yokel with a pitchfork in hand looking at an elephant in hat and cape, with a tree trunk grasped in its trunk, behind which rises a crenellated tower. The illustration captioned 'Deep Distress Produced by Machinery' (facing 58) depicts a male bather clinging to the top of a bathing machine, which is being tossed on a violent sea, while a woman and two children hail him from the harbour wall. The illustration captioned 'Charming Spots about this Part of the River' (facing 61) depicts a fashionable gentleman standing near the funnel of a steamship, being covered by spots of soot.
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