Boy thief

Boy thief

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Caption: Boy thief from the The Drunkard's Children 'Between the fine flaring gin-palace and the low dirty beer-shop, the boy-thief squanders and gambles away his ill-gotten gains'. Image taken from The Bottle, and the Drunkard's Children. In sixteen plates designed and etched by G. Cruikshank. Originally published in London, 1905. Author George Cruikshank the Elder, Illustrated by George Cruikshank.

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