Mr. Caudle​ Sends for his Lawyer. —; Initial Letter "I"

Charles Keene



6.3 cm high by 5.1 cm wide, framed

Fifty-third illustration for Douglas Jerrold's Mrs.​ Caudle's Curtain Lectures (first published on 11 October 1845): "The Thirty-fourth Lecture: "Mrs. Caudle, suspecting that Mr. Caudle has made his will, is 'only anxious as a wife' to know its provisions," p. 174.

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