From The LeBlond Book by C.T. Courtney Lewis, page 96:
Le Blond’s passion seems to have been the summer with its green trees, and only on two occasions in the series is the scene laid in the winter-time. On this occasion we see a young and, presumably, inexperienced woman, standing at the door of a house on the left; for she appears both pained and surprised at the snowy state of the garments of the old lady about to enter, who has encountered, on her way home, the young gentlemen we see in the street. Other dire events seem to have happened from their mischief: the dogs are barking furiously, the little girl is weeping, and the pitcher, carried by a boy, is broken. The church is on the left, and, like the landscape, is covered with snow. This makes a good pair with No. 102. Size, width 6 ¾ inches. Length 5 ¼ inches. R. £2 15s. The print is signed on the bottom right.