A Mistake at New Market, or Sport and Piety

Thomas Rowlandson British
After George Murgatroyd Woodward British
Publisher Thomas Tegg British

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A countrywoman, wearing cloak apron and pattens approaches the Ram Inn. She holds out a volume of Wesleys Hymns and asks a jockey standing outside: "Pray Young Man--- are there any Meetings in this Town?" He answers: "Yes Ma'am two a Year Spring and October."

A Mistake at New Market, or Sport and Piety, Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London), Hand-colored etching

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