Cartoonist unknown :Colonial servant-galism. Punch, or the Wellington Charivari, 1868.
- Punch, or the Wellington charivari (Periodical)
A mistress in her parlour interviews a prospective female servant.
Other Titles - pardon annum honorarium
Extended Title - Lady - 'Very well, and what wages do you require?' Jemima Ann - 'Wages! Beg parding, Mim, my onner-raryum is Forty Puns per hannum; and I 'lways hattends the Bread and Butter Balls.'
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Physical Description: A5 size bromide from newspaper (engraving)
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