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  • Collection: Ephemera Exhibition
Handwritten note on cover reads "Thanks for splashing everybody with mud on the way up!"
Food card issue to Norman William McLeod of Icknield Road, Leagrave. The retailers are The Home & Colonial Stores Ltd., 4 Wellington Street, Luton.
Advertising brochure with description of product and many testimonials, mostly for ginger beer in a factory.
1 boxed game including 8 cards, cover pieces and 90 numbers
Public reading of the news In order to satisfy the eager desire of the public to learn the news of the day, and with a view of preventing the circulation of incorrect reports, arrangement have been made for reading the London…
A satirical poem referring to a motion to address the Crown for the dismissal of Sir Robert Walpole which was defeated in the House of Commons in Feb. 1741.
"Sold in Bow-Church-yard and in Queen Street, Southwark." 
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