Pictures of life & character . PLEASURES OF HORSEKEEPING.—MR. BRIGGS TRIES HIS HORSE.Striking effect on meeting one of those nasty omnibusses. 14. PLEASURES OF HORSEKEEPING. Mr. Briggs (at an alarming sacrifice) gets rid of horse No. I., and goes out for a ride in the countryupon No. II. Carman. Fell down, has he, Sir? Ah, he looks as if he could be werry clever at that.—Werryorkerd thing, Sir, for a oss to fall down. Sir. Osses costes a good bit o money—leastways, gentlemensosses does.—Now, jist look at my little oss, Sir, and hes a poor mans oss, he is. He dont gofallin about. {Exit.) 10

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Pictures of life & character . PLEASURES OF HORSEKEEPING.—MR. BRIGGS TRIES HIS HORSE.Striking effect on meeting one of those nasty omnibusses. 14. PLEASURES OF HORSEKEEPING. Mr. Briggs (at an alarming sacrifice) gets rid of horse No. I., and goes out for a ride in the countryupon No. II. Carman. Fell down, has he, Sir? Ah, he looks as if he could be werry clever at that.—Werryorkerd thing, Sir, for a oss to fall down. Sir. Osses costes a good bit o money—leastways, gentlemensosses does.—Now, jist look at my little oss, Sir, and hes a poor mans oss, he is. He dont gofallin about. {Exit.) 10 Stock Photo
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Pictures of life & character . PLEASURES OF HORSEKEEPING.—MR. BRIGGS TRIES HIS HORSE.Striking effect on meeting one of those nasty omnibusses. 14. PLEASURES OF HORSEKEEPING. Mr. Briggs (at an alarming sacrifice) gets rid of horse No. I., and goes out for a ride in the countryupon No. II. Carman. Fell down, has he, Sir? Ah, he looks as if he could be werry clever at that.—Werryorkerd thing, Sir, for a oss to fall down. Sir. Osses costes a good bit o money—leastways, gentlemensosses does.—Now, jist look at my little oss, Sir, and hes a poor mans oss, he is. He dont gofallin about. {Exit.) 10
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