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A Sketch at Lords
'A Sketch at Lords', 1881. Punch could always enjoy a little dig at the expense of young women who unwisely tried to enter into the spirit of traditionally male sporting pursuits and, in this cartoon, one young lady attempts to explain the rule of cricket to another. From Punch, or the London Charivari, July 16, 1881.
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