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Jack in a White Squall, Amongst Breakers - on the Lee Shore of St. Catherines (caricature).Jack in a White Squall, Amongst Breakers - on the Lee Shore of St. Catherines (caricature).
Jack in a White Squall, Amongst Breakers - on the Lee Shore of St. Catherines (caricature).

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Title: Jack in a White Squall, Amongst Breakers - on the Lee Shore of St. Catherines (caricature).
Description: During the early 19 century, the area around the St. Katharine and London Docks was full of brothels, lodging-houses and taverns that catered for the visiting sailors. In this caricature, a sailor is being accosted by women to whom he owes money.
Creator: Thomas Tegg [publisher]
Date: 16 August 1811
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London


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