1. When it is all very well.
2. When it is objectional.
3. When the police ought to interfere.
Cartoon from Punch, 22 September 1855.Note:
From the mid-1850s the hat reappeared to challenge the supremacy of the bonnet. Punch cartoons poked fun at these wide-brimmed hats which proliferated like mushrooms in the English countryside and on beaches. By 1857 the style became modified into a smaller version with the dipped front brim and leather plume, worn for riding and walking. The streamers which floated behind these hats were called 'follow-me-lads'.
SOURCE: CUMMING, V. (2006). THE VISUAL HISTORY OF COSTUME ACCESSORIES. FROM HATS TO SHOES: 400 YEARS OF COSTUME ACCESSORIES. NEW YORK: QUITE SPECIFIC MEDIA GROUP. P. 101.