Lady D'Oily Palaver, at very first sight, Was indeed above all kind of measure polite. Mr. Inkle, says she, you are quite in the right, I am sure you'll be better for coming tonight. Miss Madge is so happy, you are so hearty. Come, come, you shall both drink your tea in our party. Here are some queerish figures it must be confest, But your daughter Miss Inkle, I vow and protest, Is what I call prettily modestly drest. Quite a woman of Fashion, now don't you think so, Pray speak the plain Truth, my dear Gorge De Grapau. Madame Gorge de Grapau cries, Wee Ma'am Oh! A series of 63 clever humorous original watercolour drawings. Sneyd's Illustrations to Christopher Anstey's The Bath Guide original coloured drawings c.1815.
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