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Item number (top right of entry form): 276
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Date of registration stamp: 29 July 1885
Date form completed (next to signature): 29 July 1885
Description of work: Drawing entitled "Midsummer Manoeuvres 1885 The Brummagem jingoes played out" A band formed by members of the late government
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Name and Place of Abode of Proprietor of Copyright (use commas): Richard Moore James, 5 Allen Terrace, Kensington, W
Name and Place of Abode of Author of Work (use commas): Richard Moore James, 5 Allen Terrace, Kensington, W
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Notes and Questions
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I am not sure about figures. Do you think it could be jingoes? Was there a debate about war at the time?
Brummagem as in Birmingham? I have found one reference to "Brummagem Jingoes"