The more finished of the two wash drawing on recto shows a drunken tradesman (perhaps sailor or dustman) holding onto a post. Above him is written by the artist, “Niccup who are ye staring at. Take a little sober advice and go home for you seem to be beastly intosticated [sic].” On the verso, a graphite drawing of a baker(?). On the verso a pencil sketch of the same tradesman, unfinished.
- Creator: Grant, C. J. (Charles Jameson), active 1830-1852, artist.
- Title: Spiritual advice [drawing].
- Created: [England, between 1830 and 1852?]
Drawings G761 no. 4 Box 123
Acquired November 2013