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Slide set: A gambler's honour: and what it led to (service of song: Bamforth & Co., 24 slides, 1910)

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Slide 1
There, another six days' work is done
Slide 2
Jessie Rainforth taught the little ones in the infant class
Slide 3
Jessie was the treasure both these young men aspired to possess
Slide 4
You must have seen that I care for Jessie very much
Slide 5
I love you, Jessie, and I would do my best to make you happy
Slide 6
Congratulate me, old chap, I'm going to marry the sweetest girl in Harefield
Slide 7
He threw himself with greater energy into his work
Slide 8
Of course I'm going out, what pleasure is there in staying in?
Slide 9
He had an idea that George was not keeping the best of company
Slide 10
'Clifford,' said the master, 'do you know anything about this cheque?'
Slide 11
'Officer, I give this man into custody on a charge of embezzlement'
Slide 12
Dick often recalled that terrible night spent in a police cell
Slide 13
The magistrate took his seat on the bench
Slide 14
The meeting of the father and son was very affecting
Slide 15
Dick proceeded to pack up a few things
Slide 16
Dick acquainted his father with all the circumstances of the affair
Slide 17
Dick kept indoors, for he did not care to be seen
Slide 18
Great was his surprise to see one of the clerks from the office
Slide 19
Just before noon he sent for me into his room
Slide 20
'Clifford, the least I can do is to offer you my apology for my mistake'
Slide 21
Dick took the letter, and read it through
Slide 22
The bitter tears of remorse had fallen on the paper as he wrote
Slide 23
Dick was reinstated in his old position
Slide 24
Jessie Rainforth is now Jessie Clifford
Other related organisations

in stock of William C. Muir, dates unknown

in stock of Riley Brothers, 1910-1914 (item ref. 1679)

in stock of E.G. Wood, 1912 (item ref. 1647)

in stock of J.W. Butcher, 1913

Main type of image
life model
Main usage of set
service of song
Date of first manufacture
Reading or song

Ernest Williams (arr. James W. Broadbent), A gambler's honour: and what it led to (Leeds: James Broadbent & Son, n.d.)


24 slides known to exist in private collection

Lucerna ID  3003247

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 20 February 2015

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