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A Wine and Provision Shop -- RestoredA Wine and Provision Shop -- RestoredIpswich, West Gate StreetStumps paid a visit to an old clothes shopThe Old Curiosity ShopThe Old Curiosity ShopThe last night in the Old Curiosity ShopGhent -- Church of St NicholasShe kept a little newspaper shopBridge of Shops, Sreenugger, CashmereOpposite this shop the stranger paused for several minutesStunted GrowthPlaying at 'Jacks'Sunday TradingA Proud Mother'Fine Mackerel, sir'The Bloater Shop'Five a Penny, sir'Slum Bookstall'Which on 'em would you like, Lizzie?'She went to the window every day to see the bonnet'There's a bonnet in the window marked 3s 11 1/2d,' he saidJudson buys a bottle of cement and puts it in his coat tail pocketPompeii -- A Baker's ShopWhy shouldn't you and I try for this?Was an open-faced lad of about fourteenAs he unpacked the egg basketsHadn't you better write and see?Shopper No. 1: 'I haven't quite decided what to buy. How much are those plain bracelets?''Only twenty-five guineas; will you have it sent or take it with you?'Shopper No. 2: 'Got any more of these vases? All right, send me up two dozen of 'em without delay'Shopper No. 3: 'Are those five hundred pieces of plate marked for me yet?'Shopper No. 4: 'Send me up two tons of assorted silverware and a peck of diamonds for Christmas presents'-- ! ! ! --'Here's where I'm going to,' said Dick, stopping opposite a grocer's shop'Please, sir,' he said to the important looking man with gold buttonsHe returned to the window to look again at the beautiful jelly'Do you want some jelly so very much?' she askedTommy thinks the turkeys are not plump enough, so he pumps them full of wind'Now ma'am, here's a beauty for you'The turkey went off, and they all got a riseThe Baker's ShopNell stood at the door of a deserted shopIt was a murky night in NovemberShe entered a shop'By mistake I dropped some loose silver'Whisked coin into his pocketWhisked coin into his pocketGranny ... kept a corner provision shop[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]Susan looking at the 4½d. shirtThe fourpence very big, the halfpenny very smallSusan goes to buy another shirtSusan secures a shirt at the priceShe looked into the brightly lighted shopsNelly at the Shop WindowNelly at the Shop WindowTom at the CookshopRobert Elton's ShopFound its way to the pawnshopJust passing a chemist's shopThey opened a shop in the CrescentTo buy a pound of lardWhat! he says, 'blow my brains out?'And I went, for I'd heard enoughHe went to a tobacco shopThe Traveller's Friend (Luke x.) -- 'A Friend in need.' 'The Lord is full of compassion,' Ps. cxlv. 8. Beware of the public house, whatever its nameTitle -- Cash Three, and draper's shopGave them each a slice of breadThe Old Geggie TheatreRuby cutting in a native shop -- with rude tools, but producing remarkable gems, in the famous mines of Mogok, BurmaNative shop and varied types of customers near MogokOld Dartmouth housesFruit Shop, BaghdadCheese, Eggs, Nuts and Dates Shop, BaghdadSmall Shopkeeper, BaghdadCharti shopOkehampton, DevonshireMol's Coffee House, ExeterPoet's Corner, ManchesterArab coffee shopGroup outside shopButter Market, DartmouthMol's Coffee House, ExeterIlfracombe fire 1896 -- Arcade -- Coles Corner ShopCanton -- A Scroll Picture ShopTea Shop, PekinShop front in PekingNagpur. A Native ShopCeylon near Anuradhapura, Diocese of Jaffa -- a country shopColombo. Native Bazaar or ShopMr Hyde's Shop, Market Street, 1820Hydes Shop, Market Street, 1821Batavia -- A Native ShopIlfracombe -- Old ShopParry's Shop in Old Arcade, before 1896Pompeii -- Wine ShopView of a Cook's Shop restoredFirst asking at one shop then anotherElephants with howdahs[Interior view of shop with nuns]The George, Salisbury[Shops and houses in street in Japanese town or city]Shoplifting in Northwich, 2nd StageStreet-lifting and Shop-lift in Northwich[Shop and terraced house affected by subsidence]Neglected bargains
Lucerna ID 9000237

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 24 November 2023

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