"You're in spirits, Tugby, my dear"

Fred Barnard


13.8 x 10.8 cm.

Fifth and final illustration for Dickens's The Chimes, Third Quarter, whose complete caption reads as follows: "You're in spirits, Tugby, my dear," observed his wife . . . . "No," said Tugby. "No, not particular. I'm a little elewated. The muffins came so pat" — (p.69).

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