Suffolk villagers chatting (Victorian illustration) - Illustration

East Anglia, England, Suffolk - England, UK, 1880-1889

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Stock illustration ID:174847445
Upload date:July 26, 2013


'A group of people in a village street in Suffolk, England, excitedly chatting; with their Harvest Horkey coming up, they have lots to discuss! From aThe Horkey - A Balladai by Robert Bloomfield and illustrated by George Cruikshank; published by MacMillan & Co, London, 1882. The aEballadaa is set in Suffolk, England and the aEHorkeyaa is the harvest supper, or end-of-harvest celebratory meal.'
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