Punch,  31 (1856), 198.

Jones Has an Excellent View of the Sea Serpent on His Voyage from the Isle of Dogs to Hungerford Pier



Illustration, Drollery

Relevant illustrations:



[Manx symbol], pseud.  [H R Howard] *


Monstrosities, Superstition

    Shows a man standing on the stern of a Thames river boat and on the far shore he can make out what looks like the rib cage of a giant sea serpent, but which is in fact the derelict hull of a ship.

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