Stick seller, Cries of London by Paul Sandby

Stick seller, Cries of London

Paul Sandby

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Stick seller, Cries of London

Paul Sandby

Stick seller, 1760. A ragged stick seller and two background views; to the left a woman is holding a stick over her kneeling husband and twisting his nose, and to the right a husband is beating his wife with a stick he has presumably just purchased from the stick seller. The text below suggests wife-beating and clothes-cleaning as two uses of the stick. From Cries of London, 1760.

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  • London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)

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