1st March 1824: Undergraduates at Christchurch College Oxford suffering from hangovers after latenight drinking, arriving at church for matins. The original caption reads 'Black Matins, or the effects of late drinking upon early risers'. Original Artwork: Drawn and engraved by R Cruikshank for 'The English Spy', 1824. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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Cartoon titled 'St. Giles's' depicting an elderly women, dressed in clothes in need of repair, a shawl and headscarf, drinking from a small glass while standing at a bar in a public house, London, Great Britain, circa 1800. A sign behind the bar reads 'Do not ask for credit as a refusal often offends'. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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"The Way Home" - a drunken Russian man staggering home
"The Way Home" - a drunken Russian man staggering homeward, about to incur the not insubstantial wrath of his wife, waiting with wooden stick in hand about to mete out a swift reposte to his condition. Painting by Mykola Kornylovych Pymonenko a Ukrainian artist, associated with the Peredvizhniki, best known for his urban and rural genre scenes of working-class people. Date: 1903
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