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You've Crack'd my Pipkin Sr: said she so Marry me & Mend it

Social satire; a pregnant young woman gesturing at a cracked pitcher she holds at her waist and accusing  a man who starts up in surprise and dismay from his table on the right, wearing a soft hat and gown, one hand on his cane, a cup and saucer and an hour-glass in front of him; his tricorn and short sword handing against the wall behind.  29 November 1773  Mezzotint

Social satire; a pregnant young woman gesturing at a cracked pitcher she holds at her waist and accusing a man who starts up in surprise and dismay from his table on the right, wearing a soft hat and gown, one hand on his cane, a cup and saucer and an hour-glass in front of him; his tricorn and short sword handing against the wall behind. 29 November 1773 Mezzotint

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