Gin-shop to dancing-room

Gin-shop to dancing-room

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Caption: The gin-shop to the dancing-rooms from the dancing-rooms to the gin-shop the poor girl is driven on in that course which ends in misery from The Drunkard's Children. 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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