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Coffee house in Salisbury Market Place, by Thomas Rowlandson.

Coffee house in Salisbury Market Place, by Thomas Rowlandson.
Coffee house in Salisbury Market Place.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Description: This print is from a pamphlet produced and illustrated by Thomas Rowlandson. The pamphlet contains a series of caricatures of typical scenes of 18th century life including this one of gentlemen reading the papers in a coffeehouse in Sailsbury.
Creator: Thomas Rowlandson (artist)
Date: 1891
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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