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What it Must have come to, if the Rain had continued much Longer!
'What it Must have come to, if the Rain had continued much Longer!', 1860. A young woman steps onto what looks like a Venetian gondola, while a servant holds an umbrella over her. This topical cartoon shows the only possible means of transport in London if the rain that had ruined the summer of 1860 had continued. From Punch, or the London Charivari, September 15, 1860.
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