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Quaker Uproar, London
'Sweet William and Grizzell, or Newington nunnery, in a pretty considerable uproar', 1827; scene about infidelity at a Friend's meeting house in the Quaker boarding school at Stoke Newington, London. William Allen is holding hands with his third wife, Grizell Birkback. Quaker girls are watching their governess who has fainted. On the wall are two pictures, one entitled the 'emancipation of slavery', the other 'the fall of man' reflecting Allen's relationship with his wife and Quaker girls.
- Image ref: 1237151
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)