Mrs. Jarley takes Tea on her Caravan

The tea-things, including a bottle of rather suspicious character, and a cold knuckle of ham, were set forth upon a drum, covered with a white napkin. Mrs. Jarley was in the act of setting down her tea cup when she saw Nell and her grandfather walking by.

Harry Furniss


14 x 9.4 cm, vignetted

Dickens's The Old Curiosity Shop, The Charles Dickens Library Edition, facing V, facing 192.

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