A Feast for the Boy Chimney Sweeps

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A Feast for the Boy Chimney Sweeps. A annual part held at the St John's Wood Tavern designed to persuade public opinion that the use of boy chimney sweeps was acceptable. However, in 1875, a few year's after the party's introduction, the use of chimney boys was made illegal. Original artwork for cover of Look and Learn issue no 863 (29 July 1978).

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