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The smuggling of silk seems to have been commonplace. The Victorian Web [i] quotes the satirical writing of Douglass Jerrold and says that lace, velvet, silk stockings, and even glassware were brought in from France sown into the travellers clothing.

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[i] http://www.victorianweb.org/art/illustration/keene/110.html

 

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