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A Great Parochial Storm
'A Great Parochial Storm', 1879. A weary plant struggles to keep upright in the face of some unseasonable summer weather. This little cartoon of a capital 'A' illustrates a satirical piece that accuses people of writing to The Times to complain about the weather as though the rain fell solely upon them. From Punch, or the London Charivari, August 30, 1879.
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