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    From British Museum: Contrast between the British and the French in November by Rowlandson. As the winter evenings draw in les Anglais sit around in their arm chairs being bored, while their French counterparts are having witty conversations, cavorting, playing musical instruments, imbibing the odd drink or three,  playing with their dog, joining the hunt, or going off to dance a jig!

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