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"Distressed Sailors" from "Characteristic Sketches of the Lower Orders" by Thomas Rowlandson (1820)

"Distressed Sailors" from "Characteristic Sketches of the Lower Orders" by Thomas Rowlandson

Makes me think of my dad as a little boy scout when he was evacuated in the war.

Two off-duty Marines relaxing - note their checked shirts and off-duty forage hats. By Lieutenant Gabriel Bray

Seamen relaxing on the Pallas [Bray album] April by Gabriel Bray- National Maritime Museum. Note checked shirt and long plait.

Depicts clothing, outerwear: dress, seaman's (National Maritime Museum, UK)

Grumio - Definitely stockings - potentially a a hat - dislike the skirt though - - - Depicts clothing, outerwear: dress, seaman's (National Maritime Museum, UK)

ca. 1880s, [carte de visite portrait of a bearded gent, perhaps a retired sailor, with tiny monkey perched on his shoulder], Cayol Freres Marseille

[carte de visite portrait of a bearded gent, perhaps a retired sailor, with tiny monkey perched on his shoulder], Cayol Freres Marseille via Christopher Wahren Fine Photographs, Skylight Gallery

marie louise napoleon - Buscar con Google

tiny-librarian: “Marie Louise of Austria with her son, Napoleon II, painted by Joseph Franque.

EKDuncan - My Fanciful Muse: Fashion for Men during the time of Marie Antoinette; 1781

Gentleman in green coat, plate from 'Galeries des Modes et Costumes Francais', (coloured engraving)

Dick Dock, or the Lobster & Crab (Greenwich Pensioner caricature) - National Maritime Museum

Dick Dock, or the Lobster & Crab (Greenwich Pensioner caricature) - National Maritime Museum

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I don't know for sure whether Partridge was evil or not, Kohlrabi might've killed him too soon. Maybe, he was just misunderstood. All I know is that he was selling beloved statues to be melted, and that he threatened Clent and me.

1749 Lady Mary Stewart (1720-51) wife of Kenneth Mackenzie, Lord Fortrose by Allan Ramsay

1749 Lady Mary Stewart wife of Kenneth Mackenzie, Lord Fortrose by Allan Ramsay (private collection)

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