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1880 was also the year of the US Presidential Elections and Lilian bore witness to this important political event in the form of a wonderfully evocative hand-drawn caricature map of the United States which must have been produced during her time in America.

In the map the two election candidates, James Garfield (Republican) and Winfield Scott Hancock (Democrat) are depicted as two squabbling children, supervised by the avuncular figure of Uncle Sam.

In the latter version, the figure of Red Riding Hood is overlaid with a contemporary photograph of Lilian herself.

In another map of Scotland, the outline and interior of the country is transformed into a pantomime scene from Dick Whittington and his Cat.

The Big Bad Wolf wearing Grandmother’s bonnet assumes the shape of the Southern Cumberland.

Two versions of this map are known, one printed and one manuscript.

A wonderful social satire, the song recounts the tale of a young girl who admires a handsome but impoverished young city “swell”, a would-be toff trying keep up appearances, endeavouring to impress the ladies, and trying to cut a dash in high society.

But it is all show and no substance and behind the swell’s high-rolling facade lie bogus diamonds, paper-glued patent leather shoes that let in the rain, and cheap attire and trappings that unfortunately only serve to further betray his true origins and precarious financial situation: It was this song Lardy dah, Lardy dah!

which provides us with the familiar expression we still use today (also spelt: la-di-dah) to denote someone who, like Hyacinth Bucket (pronounced Bouquet), tries to put on airs and graces and act in a snobbish or pretentious fashion!

As a result of her mother’s work, in her youth Lilian appears to have grown up in the company of a close circle of family relatives.

These included her aunt and first cousins, the Pococks, a long-established and prominent City and North London family of well-to-do merchants and solicitors.