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An old lady telling stories to a group of wide-eyed children. Her memories must relate to the 18th century, which these modern young Regency blades would think to be pre-historic! From “The Horkey - A Ballad” by Robert Bloomfield and illustrated by George Cruikshank; published by MacMillan & Co, London, 1882. The “ballad” is set in Suffolk, England and the ‘Horkey’ is the harvest supper, or end-of-harvest celebratory meal.

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