Printed at upper right: 219.
Print shows a sailor, arm-in-arm with a woman, standing in front of the door of a corner-house abutting on a quay. She is gaily dressed, holding a parasol, and slung with gold chains, a miniature hangs from one, a watch and seals from the other. Above the door is a board: 'Lodgings for Single Men and Their Wives'. On the door is an inscription with a pointing hand: 'Please to ring the Bell'. The sailor says: "Why Nan--this is the very birth, we have been so long looking for". Against a background of masts and spars a sailor and a woman embrace.