Widows Cartoons

Rigour of Mr. F.'s Aunt

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Mr. Ralph Nickleby's first visit to his poor relations

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Flora's tour of inspection

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Angelina. 'Edwin, promise me you'll never describe me as your 'relict.'' Edwin. 'Dearest, I never will! I'd die sooner!'

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The widow's intended: 'Well, Tommy, has your mother told you of my good fortune.' Tommy: 'No. She only said she was going to marry you!'

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Mr. F.'s Aunt in conducted into retirement

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Farmer and Widower

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A widow informing her son of her intentions to marry a new gentleman

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The Waits

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Robert Macaire as a Matrimonial Agent

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Widow hinting at a proposal.

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Testamentary!

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Lawyers - He defends widows and orphans, unless he is attacking widows and orphans

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Hopeless widower and hopeful widow

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Two men in a church.

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Two gentlemen and a rich widow

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Widow shows a portrait of herself

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