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He was one of our merry party at Birmingham when I was the guest of Mr. Toole, and even in Birmingham the lowest slums seemed to interest him quite as much as the largest workshop of that marvellous town. I had one evening ramble with him, and the darker the alley and the more mysterious the slum the more interested he was. I confess I was not, and was glad to drag him home to our merry midnight supper at the old Hen and Chickens Hotel. I published, I think, Mr. " In fact, the length of it did not admit of a doubt, for the original MS.
In one drawing I am standing with a whip in my hand over a well-fleshed female in a steaming hot bath, supposed to be " Slippery Ground," bidding her stay there until she has lost her superfluous flesh ; then he drew her figure out of the bath, with hardly a scrap of flesh on her bones, and in the end the subscriber is pictured dead on a gibbet, looking even more unsightly than he ever did alive, and the frail-figured woman and the author are looking at him with a well-seeming no end of satisfaction on their faces.
However, Wingfield did not like being beaten, so he, as he termed it, "turned a Duchess" on to Mr. Delane, who was, I think, at that time a guest at her palace ; but no notices saved the book—it fell to rise no more. The following letter brings to my memory sad thoughts indeed ; for only Mr. Toole and myself are alive of the eight of us who were at that merry little dinner party : Mrs. Toole, her son Frank Toole, and Miss Florence Toole, Mr. and Mrs. George Grossmith (father and mother of the present Mr.
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