The Comic Almanack, Volume 1 (of 2) An Ephemeris in Jest and Earnest, Containing Merry Tales, Humerous Poetry, Quips, and Oddities
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The Comic Almanack, Volume 1 (of 2) An Ephemeris in Jest and Earnest, Containing Merry Tales, Humerous Poetry, Quips, and Oddities

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  • NOTICE.
  • THE COMIC ALMANACK AN EPHEMERIS IN JEST AND EARNEST, CONTAINING MERRY TALES, HUMOROUS POETRY, QUIPS, AND ODDITIES.
    • CONTENTS
    • PRELIMINARY
    • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1835.
      • PRELUDIUM.
      • ASS-TROLOGICAL PREDICTIONS.
      • THE GREAT COMET.
      • ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
      • HUMBUGGUM ASTROLOGICUM, PRO ANNO 1835.
      • MY GRANDMOTHER'S LAMENT; or, THE SETTLING DAY.
      • ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
      • ABSTRACT of an ACT, intituled an Act for the Amendment of an Act for the Amendment of the Poor Laws.
      • ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
      • PROCEEDINGS OF LEARNED SOCIETIES.
      • THE "WISDOM OF OUR ANCESTORS."
        • From "Markham's Horsemanship."
        • From "One Thousand Notable Things."
        • From "The Accomplished Gentlewoman's Companion."
        • From "Natura Exenterata, or Nature Unbowelled."
      • From "Markham's Horsemanship."
      • From "One Thousand Notable Things."
      • From "The Accomplished Gentlewoman's Companion."
      • From "Natura Exenterata, or Nature Unbowelled."
      • ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
      • THE GARDENER'S CALENDAR.
      • DIARY.
      • ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
      • VALEDICTION.
      • Moral.
    • PRELUDIUM.
    • ASS-TROLOGICAL PREDICTIONS.
    • THE GREAT COMET.
    • ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
    • HUMBUGGUM ASTROLOGICUM, PRO ANNO 1835.
    • MY GRANDMOTHER'S LAMENT; or, THE SETTLING DAY.
    • ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
    • ABSTRACT of an ACT, intituled an Act for the Amendment of an Act for the Amendment of the Poor Laws.
    • ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
    • PROCEEDINGS OF LEARNED SOCIETIES.
    • THE "WISDOM OF OUR ANCESTORS."
      • From "Markham's Horsemanship."
      • From "One Thousand Notable Things."
      • From "The Accomplished Gentlewoman's Companion."
      • From "Natura Exenterata, or Nature Unbowelled."
    • From "Markham's Horsemanship."
    • From "One Thousand Notable Things."
    • From "The Accomplished Gentlewoman's Companion."
    • From "Natura Exenterata, or Nature Unbowelled."
    • ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
    • THE GARDENER'S CALENDAR.
    • DIARY.
    • ADVERTISEMENT EXTRAORDINARY.
    • VALEDICTION.
    • Moral.
    • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1836.
      • PROCLAMATION.
      • SLANGOLOGY.
      • Paragraphs Extraordinary.
      • Humbuggum Ass-trologicum, pro Anno 1836.
      • INVITATION OF "THE SELECT" To Bartholomew Fair.
      • "THE LAY OF THE LAST" ALDERMAN.
      • Advertisements and Paragraphs Extraordinary.
      • A DRAMATIC FACT.
      • THE SERVANT OF ALL WORK.
      • STANZAS, addressed to Mrs...., of ... Terrace Cat and Mutton Fields.
      • Advertisements Extraordinary.
        • WANT PLACES.
      • WANT PLACES.
      • AN EPISTLE
      • ANNUAL REGISTER OF REMARKABLE OCCURRENCES.
      • Extracts from the Proceedings of the Association of British Illuminati, at their Annual Meeting, held in Dublin, August, 1835.
      • THE NOTORIOUS UNKNOWN.
      • THE FIVE BELLES.
      • Advertisements Extraordinary.
      • FINALE.
    • PROCLAMATION.
    • SLANGOLOGY.
    • Paragraphs Extraordinary.
    • Humbuggum Ass-trologicum, pro Anno 1836.
    • INVITATION OF "THE SELECT" To Bartholomew Fair.
    • "THE LAY OF THE LAST" ALDERMAN.
    • Advertisements and Paragraphs Extraordinary.
    • A DRAMATIC FACT.
    • THE SERVANT OF ALL WORK.
    • STANZAS, addressed to Mrs...., of ... Terrace Cat and Mutton Fields.
    • Advertisements Extraordinary.
      • WANT PLACES.
    • WANT PLACES.
    • AN EPISTLE
    • ANNUAL REGISTER OF REMARKABLE OCCURRENCES.
    • Extracts from the Proceedings of the Association of British Illuminati, at their Annual Meeting, held in Dublin, August, 1835.
    • THE NOTORIOUS UNKNOWN.
    • THE FIVE BELLES.
    • Advertisements Extraordinary.
    • FINALE.
    • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1837.
      • CHRISTMAS BILLS.
      • VALENTINE'S DAY.
      • THOMAS GARDENER TO SALLY COOK.
      • THE DERBY DAY.
      • A PARALLEL CASE OF HARDSHIP.
      • A MAY-DAY LAY.
      • MISS AMELIA SMITH TO MISS JULIA SMYTHE.
      • OPERATION OF THE NEW POOR LAWS.
      • FANCY-FAIRING. "ONLY FANCY!"
      • A TOUGH YARN.
      • THE FIRST OF SEPTEMBER. A FRAGMENT.
      • ODE TO BEER.
      • SO—OH!—LOGICAL SOCIETY.
      • MUSIC'S POWER.
      • THE CRIER'S SONG.
      • SCRAPS FROM THE ANNUAL REGISTER.
    • CHRISTMAS BILLS.
    • VALENTINE'S DAY.
    • THOMAS GARDENER TO SALLY COOK.
    • THE DERBY DAY.
    • A PARALLEL CASE OF HARDSHIP.
    • A MAY-DAY LAY.
    • MISS AMELIA SMITH TO MISS JULIA SMYTHE.
    • OPERATION OF THE NEW POOR LAWS.
    • FANCY-FAIRING. "ONLY FANCY!"
    • A TOUGH YARN.
    • THE FIRST OF SEPTEMBER. A FRAGMENT.
    • ODE TO BEER.
    • SO—OH!—LOGICAL SOCIETY.
    • MUSIC'S POWER.
    • THE CRIER'S SONG.
    • SCRAPS FROM THE ANNUAL REGISTER.
    • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1838.
      • MANNERS MADE EASY; OR, HOW TO COBBLE A SILK PURSE OUT OF A SOW'S EAR.
      • HIEROGLYPHICUM IN FUTURO.
      • JACK FROST.
      • MY DANCING DAYS ARE OVER. By the Gentleman in the White Waistcoat.
      • VALENTINE'S DAY.
      • FROST FAIR: A LAMENT. BY TOM TUG.
      • THE GOOD OLD TIMES.
      • TAFFY'S ANNIVERSARY.
      • ST. PATRICK'S DAY. An Irish Mellow-day.
      • THE DARBY DAY.
        • SETTLING FOR THE HOAX.
      • SETTLING FOR THE HOAX.
      • ODE TO SIR ANDREW AGNEW: AND ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
      • BOWING AND HARROWING.
      • AMATEUR THEATRICALS.
      • JOHN BUDD AND SUKEY SIMS.
      • THE MARTYRDOM OF ST. PAUL'S.
      • PROCLAMATION DAY.
      • RAIL-ROAD TRAVELLING.
      • THAT MISTER NUBIBUS.
      • CHEAP BATHING
      • PLEASURING.
      • COUNTRY COMMISSIONS.
      • THE HARVEST SUPPER.
      • ÀPROPOS OF THE GOOSE.
      • TRIUMPH OF TEE-TOTALISM.
      • JOE COSE IN LONDON TO PHŒBE BUTTERCUP IN THE COUNTRY.
      • THE PRAISE OF PUNCH.
      • AN ADVENTURE OF A GUY.
      • HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
      • THE QUEEN IN THE CITY.
    • MANNERS MADE EASY; OR, HOW TO COBBLE A SILK PURSE OUT OF A SOW'S EAR.
    • HIEROGLYPHICUM IN FUTURO.
    • JACK FROST.
    • MY DANCING DAYS ARE OVER. By the Gentleman in the White Waistcoat.
    • VALENTINE'S DAY.
    • FROST FAIR: A LAMENT. BY TOM TUG.
    • THE GOOD OLD TIMES.
    • TAFFY'S ANNIVERSARY.
    • ST. PATRICK'S DAY. An Irish Mellow-day.
    • THE DARBY DAY.
      • SETTLING FOR THE HOAX.
    • SETTLING FOR THE HOAX.
    • ODE TO SIR ANDREW AGNEW: AND ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
    • BOWING AND HARROWING.
    • AMATEUR THEATRICALS.
    • JOHN BUDD AND SUKEY SIMS.
    • THE MARTYRDOM OF ST. PAUL'S.
    • PROCLAMATION DAY.
    • RAIL-ROAD TRAVELLING.
    • THAT MISTER NUBIBUS.
    • CHEAP BATHING
    • PLEASURING.
    • COUNTRY COMMISSIONS.
    • THE HARVEST SUPPER.
    • ÀPROPOS OF THE GOOSE.
    • TRIUMPH OF TEE-TOTALISM.
    • JOE COSE IN LONDON TO PHŒBE BUTTERCUP IN THE COUNTRY.
    • THE PRAISE OF PUNCH.
    • AN ADVENTURE OF A GUY.
    • HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
    • THE QUEEN IN THE CITY.
    • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1839.
      • AL-MANIAC DAY.—A RUSH FOR THE MURPHIES.
      • STUBBS'S CALENDAR; OR, THE FATAL BOOTS.
      • JANUARY.—The Birth of the Year.
      • THE DORMANT PEERAGE—APPEALS IN THE LORDS.
      • FEBRUARY.—Cutting Weather.
      • EASTER SUNDAY.
      • MARCH.—Showery.
      • FIRST DAY OF TERM.—Effects before Causes.
      • APRIL.—Fooling.
      • THE CONCERT SEASON.
      • MAY.—Restoration Day.
      • HOW TO SCREW AN AUTHOR.—Dr. Slop's Complaint.
      • JUNE—Marrowbones and Cleavers.
      • SO-HO-LOGICAL SOCIETY.
      • JULY.—Summery Proceedings.
      • Association of British Illuminati, to be held in the Town Hall, Birmingham, in August, 1839.
      • CHESS.—"BLACK MOVES AND WINS."
      • AUGUST.—Dogs have their Days.
      • HARVEY versus JARVEY. A Moloncholy Case.
      • SEPTEMBER.—Plucking a Goose.
      • "OTHELLO'S OCCUPATION'S GONE."
      • OCTOBER.—Mars and Venus in Opposition.
      • POETRY AT SIGHT.
      • A SETTLER'S LETTER.
      • THE JOINT STOCK SUICIDE CLUB.
      • NOVEMBER.—A General Post Delivery.
      • BLARNEYHUM ASS-TROLOGICUM PRO ANNO 1839.
      • CHRISTMAS PIECES. A Soliloquial Care-all.
      • DECEMBER.—"The Winter of our Discontent."
      • ASCOT CUP DAY. FROM THE RACING CALENDAR.
      • EXTRACTS FROM THE ANNUAL REGISTER.
    • AL-MANIAC DAY.—A RUSH FOR THE MURPHIES.
    • STUBBS'S CALENDAR; OR, THE FATAL BOOTS.
    • JANUARY.—The Birth of the Year.
    • THE DORMANT PEERAGE—APPEALS IN THE LORDS.
    • FEBRUARY.—Cutting Weather.
    • EASTER SUNDAY.
    • MARCH.—Showery.
    • FIRST DAY OF TERM.—Effects before Causes.
    • APRIL.—Fooling.
    • THE CONCERT SEASON.
    • MAY.—Restoration Day.
    • HOW TO SCREW AN AUTHOR.—Dr. Slop's Complaint.
    • JUNE—Marrowbones and Cleavers.
    • SO-HO-LOGICAL SOCIETY.
    • JULY.—Summery Proceedings.
    • Association of British Illuminati, to be held in the Town Hall, Birmingham, in August, 1839.
    • CHESS.—"BLACK MOVES AND WINS."
    • AUGUST.—Dogs have their Days.
    • HARVEY versus JARVEY. A Moloncholy Case.
    • SEPTEMBER.—Plucking a Goose.
    • "OTHELLO'S OCCUPATION'S GONE."
    • OCTOBER.—Mars and Venus in Opposition.
    • POETRY AT SIGHT.
    • A SETTLER'S LETTER.
    • THE JOINT STOCK SUICIDE CLUB.
    • NOVEMBER.—A General Post Delivery.
    • BLARNEYHUM ASS-TROLOGICUM PRO ANNO 1839.
    • CHRISTMAS PIECES. A Soliloquial Care-all.
    • DECEMBER.—"The Winter of our Discontent."
    • ASCOT CUP DAY. FROM THE RACING CALENDAR.
    • EXTRACTS FROM THE ANNUAL REGISTER.
    • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1840.
      • JOLLY DOGS.—ABOLITION OF THE TRUCK SYSTEM.
      • BARBER COX, AND THE CUTTING OF HIS COMB. JANUARY.—The Announcement.
      • A PENNY POST-OBIT.
      • FEBRUARY.—First Rout.
      • TOM THE DEVIL. A FRAGMENT OF THE BIOGRAPHY OF 1839.
      • THE DUST ABOUT THE GOLD DUST.
      • MARCH DUST.—THE BELL SAVAGE.
      • MARCH.—A Day with the Surrey Hounds.
      • CAUGHT AT CATCHING.
      • APRIL.—The Finishing Touch.
      • MEMBERS OF THE LONDON PRESS.
      • MAY.—A New Drop Scene at the Opera.
      • GAME IN SEASON.
      • THE MARCH TO FINCHLEY.
      • RETURNING BY WATER
      • AUGUST.—A Tournament.
        • "THE PASSAGE OF ARMS AT TUGGERIDGEVILLE!
      • "THE PASSAGE OF ARMS AT TUGGERIDGEVILLE!
      • OUT-RIDERS TO THE QUEEN.
      • SEPTEMBER.—Over-boarded and Under-lodged.
      • MEDICAL STUDENTS.
        • DOCTORS' COMMONS.
      • DOCTORS' COMMONS.
      • OCTOBER.—Notice to Quit.
      • LONDON SMOKE.
      • NOVEMBER.—Law-Life Assurance.
      • FAT CATTLE SHOW.
      • DECEMBER.—Christmas Bustle.
      • EXTRACTS FROM THE ANNUAL REGISTER OF REMARKABLE OCCURRENCES IN 1839.
      • ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH ILLUMINATI, HELD AT BIRMINGHAM, IN AUGUST, 1839.
      • BLARNEYHUM ASS-TROLOGICUM PRO ANNO 1840.
    • JOLLY DOGS.—ABOLITION OF THE TRUCK SYSTEM.
    • BARBER COX, AND THE CUTTING OF HIS COMB. JANUARY.—The Announcement.
    • A PENNY POST-OBIT.
    • FEBRUARY.—First Rout.
    • TOM THE DEVIL. A FRAGMENT OF THE BIOGRAPHY OF 1839.
    • THE DUST ABOUT THE GOLD DUST.
    • MARCH DUST.—THE BELL SAVAGE.
    • MARCH.—A Day with the Surrey Hounds.
    • CAUGHT AT CATCHING.
    • APRIL.—The Finishing Touch.
    • MEMBERS OF THE LONDON PRESS.
    • MAY.—A New Drop Scene at the Opera.
    • GAME IN SEASON.
    • THE MARCH TO FINCHLEY.
    • RETURNING BY WATER
    • AUGUST.—A Tournament.
      • "THE PASSAGE OF ARMS AT TUGGERIDGEVILLE!
    • "THE PASSAGE OF ARMS AT TUGGERIDGEVILLE!
    • OUT-RIDERS TO THE QUEEN.
    • SEPTEMBER.—Over-boarded and Under-lodged.
    • MEDICAL STUDENTS.
      • DOCTORS' COMMONS.
    • DOCTORS' COMMONS.
    • OCTOBER.—Notice to Quit.
    • LONDON SMOKE.
    • NOVEMBER.—Law-Life Assurance.
    • FAT CATTLE SHOW.
    • DECEMBER.—Christmas Bustle.
    • EXTRACTS FROM THE ANNUAL REGISTER OF REMARKABLE OCCURRENCES IN 1839.
    • ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH ILLUMINATI, HELD AT BIRMINGHAM, IN AUGUST, 1839.
    • BLARNEYHUM ASS-TROLOGICUM PRO ANNO 1840.
    • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1841.
      • COMMONS, BUT NOT SHORT COMMONS
        • MARTYRS IN PRISON.
      • MARTYRS IN PRISON.
      • TWELFTH NIGHT.
      • A MARRY-TIME VIEW.
      • SAINT VALENTINE.
      • HAT-ON GARDEN.
      • THEATRICAL FUN DINNER.
      • FISHER'S LAKE SCENERY.
        • POETIC LICENCE.
      • POETIC LICENCE.
      • DIVIDEND DAY AT THE BANK.
      • MAY GAMES.—Hogg's-Wake.
      • SETTLING DAY AT "THE CORNER."
      • THE OXFORD ARMS.
        • AN UNDERTAKER.
      • AN UNDERTAKER.
      • THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS' DINNER.
      • DID YOU EVER?
      • THE USHER OF THE BLACK ROD.
      • ODE TO THE SEA:
      • A WATER PARTY. TEA-TOTALLERS IN THEIR CUPS.
      • THE INVASION OF BOULOGNE.
      • THE BLACK BOTTLE IMP.
      • A LAMENT FOR BARTLEMY FAIR.
      • A PROMENADE CONCERT.
      • LONDON LIONS.
      • ON GOOD TERMS.
        • TERM-AGANTS.
      • TERM-AGANTS.
      • CRADLE HER (NOT HYMN).
      • A LONDON FOG.
      • A STIRRING TIME.
      • CHRISTMAS COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR.
      • BOTHERUM ASTROLOGICUM PRO ANNO 1841.
      • LATEST NEWS FROM COURT.
      • ORIGINAL NOTES. FROM THE BIRMINGHAM MUSICAL FESTIVAL FOR 1840.
      • MANNERS MAKE THE MAN.
      • BRANDY AND SALT.
        • THE FOLLOWING IS FROM A CORRESPONDENT.
        • FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.
      • THE FOLLOWING IS FROM A CORRESPONDENT.
      • FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.
      • ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH ILLUMINATI.
    • COMMONS, BUT NOT SHORT COMMONS
      • MARTYRS IN PRISON.
    • MARTYRS IN PRISON.
    • TWELFTH NIGHT.
    • A MARRY-TIME VIEW.
    • SAINT VALENTINE.
    • HAT-ON GARDEN.
    • THEATRICAL FUN DINNER.
    • FISHER'S LAKE SCENERY.
      • POETIC LICENCE.
    • POETIC LICENCE.
    • DIVIDEND DAY AT THE BANK.
    • MAY GAMES.—Hogg's-Wake.
    • SETTLING DAY AT "THE CORNER."
    • THE OXFORD ARMS.
      • AN UNDERTAKER.
    • AN UNDERTAKER.
    • THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS' DINNER.
    • DID YOU EVER?
    • THE USHER OF THE BLACK ROD.
    • ODE TO THE SEA:
    • A WATER PARTY. TEA-TOTALLERS IN THEIR CUPS.
    • THE INVASION OF BOULOGNE.
    • THE BLACK BOTTLE IMP.
    • A LAMENT FOR BARTLEMY FAIR.
    • A PROMENADE CONCERT.
    • LONDON LIONS.
    • ON GOOD TERMS.
      • TERM-AGANTS.
    • TERM-AGANTS.
    • CRADLE HER (NOT HYMN).
    • A LONDON FOG.
    • A STIRRING TIME.
    • CHRISTMAS COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR.
    • BOTHERUM ASTROLOGICUM PRO ANNO 1841.
    • LATEST NEWS FROM COURT.
    • ORIGINAL NOTES. FROM THE BIRMINGHAM MUSICAL FESTIVAL FOR 1840.
    • MANNERS MAKE THE MAN.
    • BRANDY AND SALT.
      • THE FOLLOWING IS FROM A CORRESPONDENT.
      • FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.
    • THE FOLLOWING IS FROM A CORRESPONDENT.
    • FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.
    • ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH ILLUMINATI.
    • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1842.
      • BEFORE DINNER, AND AFTER.
      • THE GAIETIES OF TOM GAD.
      • RINGING A PEAL, AND RINGING A BELLE
      • VALOUR AND DISCRETION: THE ANCIENT AND HONOURABLE LUMBER TROOP.
      • WAR SONG OF THE LUMBER TROOP.
      • HIGH TREASON.
      • HIGH AND LOW WATER. A LETTER OF THE LIONS OF LONDON.
      • REGISTER OF INVENTIONS FOR 1841.
      • OVER HEAD AND UNDER FOOT.
      • THE SHOP AND THE SHAY.
      • MISERIES ENOUGH FOR THE YEAR.
      • UP HILL AND DOWN DALE:
      • BLOOD HEAT AND FREEZING POINT.
      • SOCIETY FOR THE CONFUSION OF USELESS KNOWLEDGE.
      • THE UPS AND DOWNS OF LIFE; Or, Polytechnic Pond-erings Elaborated in the Bell.
      • NEW EDITION OF BURNS.
      • GOING! GONE! THE AUCTION-HERE.
      • A SMITH'S VICE.
      • PREMIUM AND DISCOUNT.
      • THE NURSE'S SOLILOQUY.
      • THE PARLOUR AND THE CELLAR.
      • DECEMBER—NOTES OF THE MONTH.
      • CHRISTMAS FARE.
      • PROCEEDINGS OF LEARNED SOCIETIES, 1841.
        • THE STATISTICAL SOCIETY.
        • REPORT OF THE CATNACH SOCIETY.
      • THE STATISTICAL SOCIETY.
      • REPORT OF THE CATNACH SOCIETY.
      • AN EARNEST LOVE LETTER.
      • LIKELIHOODS.
    • BEFORE DINNER, AND AFTER.
    • THE GAIETIES OF TOM GAD.
    • RINGING A PEAL, AND RINGING A BELLE
    • VALOUR AND DISCRETION: THE ANCIENT AND HONOURABLE LUMBER TROOP.
    • WAR SONG OF THE LUMBER TROOP.
    • HIGH TREASON.
    • HIGH AND LOW WATER. A LETTER OF THE LIONS OF LONDON.
    • REGISTER OF INVENTIONS FOR 1841.
    • OVER HEAD AND UNDER FOOT.
    • THE SHOP AND THE SHAY.
    • MISERIES ENOUGH FOR THE YEAR.
    • UP HILL AND DOWN DALE:
    • BLOOD HEAT AND FREEZING POINT.
    • SOCIETY FOR THE CONFUSION OF USELESS KNOWLEDGE.
    • THE UPS AND DOWNS OF LIFE; Or, Polytechnic Pond-erings Elaborated in the Bell.
    • NEW EDITION OF BURNS.
    • GOING! GONE! THE AUCTION-HERE.
    • A SMITH'S VICE.
    • PREMIUM AND DISCOUNT.
    • THE NURSE'S SOLILOQUY.
    • THE PARLOUR AND THE CELLAR.
    • DECEMBER—NOTES OF THE MONTH.
    • CHRISTMAS FARE.
    • PROCEEDINGS OF LEARNED SOCIETIES, 1841.
      • THE STATISTICAL SOCIETY.
      • REPORT OF THE CATNACH SOCIETY.
    • THE STATISTICAL SOCIETY.
    • REPORT OF THE CATNACH SOCIETY.
    • AN EARNEST LOVE LETTER.
    • LIKELIHOODS.
    • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1843.
      • OH! LAW!
      • A LAW REPORT.
      • LONDON AND UNIVERSAL DEPOSIT ASSOCIATION.
      • THE CHARTER.
        • A COMMONS SCENE IN THE YEAR 1843.
      • A COMMONS SCENE IN THE YEAR 1843.
      • LIGHTS OF THE PRESENT, NOT OF OTHER DAYS.
      • A CHARTER PARTY.
      • MORALS FOR THE MILLION.
      • A FEW FACTS.
      • MARCH WINDS.
      • DISTRAINING FOR RENT.—A COURT LEVY.
      • COLD WATER.
      • A PROVERB REFUTED.
      • IMPORTATION OF FOREIGN ASSES UNDER THE NEW TARIFF.
      • ODE TO SIGNOR RUBINI.
      • THE BRITISH MUSEUM TWO HUNDRED YEARS HENCE.
        • REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE, APRIL 1, 2043.
      • REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE, APRIL 1, 2043.
      • THE BOUNDARY QUESTION.
      • REPORT ON THE PUBLIC HEALTH..
      • CHINA.
      • THE COMPLETION OF THE TUNNEL.
      • THE CUP DAY AT ASCOT.
      • THE CHIMNEY-SWEEPER'S LAMENT.
      • WHAT'S TO BE DONE WITH THE PARISH 'PRENTICES?
      • REMARKS ON THE WEATHER.
      • SCIENCE UNDER DIVERS FORMS.
      • EFFECTS OF THE INCOME-TAX.
      • AIR-UM SCARE-UM TRAVELLING.
      • TAKING OF NINGPO.
      • VICTORY OF GENERAL SALE.
      • OVERLAND MAIL ARRIVED FROM INDIA.
      • GARDENING DIRECTIONS FOR AUGUST.
      • THE LONG VACATION.
      • SHOW OF HANDS FOR A LIBERAL CANDIDATE.
      • A POETICAL REPORT OF THE DOVER CROPPING CASE.
      • INFANT EDUCATION. BABY-LONIAN UNIVERSITY.
      • INDIAN RUBBER.
      • STOPPAGE OF THE MILLS.
      • THE HEIGHT OF IMPROVEMENT.
      • THE RIGHT OF SEARCH.
      • SOCIALISM.—"NEW HARMONY."
      • CHRISTMAS BEEF A LA MODE DE TARIFF.
      • THE FLEET MERGED IN THE QUEEN'S BENCH.
      • THE MILITIA.
      • CHRONOLOGY FOR THE YEAR 1842.
        • JANUARY.
        • FEBRUARY.
        • MARCH.
        • APRIL.
        • MAY.
        • JUNE.
        • JULY.
        • AUGUST.
        • SEPTEMBER.
        • OCTOBER.
      • JANUARY.
      • FEBRUARY.
      • MARCH.
      • APRIL.
      • MAY.
      • JUNE.
      • JULY.
      • AUGUST.
      • SEPTEMBER.
      • OCTOBER.
    • OH! LAW!
    • A LAW REPORT.
    • LONDON AND UNIVERSAL DEPOSIT ASSOCIATION.
    • THE CHARTER.
      • A COMMONS SCENE IN THE YEAR 1843.
    • A COMMONS SCENE IN THE YEAR 1843.
    • LIGHTS OF THE PRESENT, NOT OF OTHER DAYS.
    • A CHARTER PARTY.
    • MORALS FOR THE MILLION.
    • A FEW FACTS.
    • MARCH WINDS.
    • DISTRAINING FOR RENT.—A COURT LEVY.
    • COLD WATER.
    • A PROVERB REFUTED.
    • IMPORTATION OF FOREIGN ASSES UNDER THE NEW TARIFF.
    • ODE TO SIGNOR RUBINI.
    • THE BRITISH MUSEUM TWO HUNDRED YEARS HENCE.
      • REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE, APRIL 1, 2043.
    • REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE, APRIL 1, 2043.
    • THE BOUNDARY QUESTION.
    • REPORT ON THE PUBLIC HEALTH..
    • CHINA.
    • THE COMPLETION OF THE TUNNEL.
    • THE CUP DAY AT ASCOT.
    • THE CHIMNEY-SWEEPER'S LAMENT.
    • WHAT'S TO BE DONE WITH THE PARISH 'PRENTICES?
    • REMARKS ON THE WEATHER.
    • SCIENCE UNDER DIVERS FORMS.
    • EFFECTS OF THE INCOME-TAX.
    • AIR-UM SCARE-UM TRAVELLING.
    • TAKING OF NINGPO.
    • VICTORY OF GENERAL SALE.
    • OVERLAND MAIL ARRIVED FROM INDIA.
    • GARDENING DIRECTIONS FOR AUGUST.
    • THE LONG VACATION.
    • SHOW OF HANDS FOR A LIBERAL CANDIDATE.
    • A POETICAL REPORT OF THE DOVER CROPPING CASE.
    • INFANT EDUCATION. BABY-LONIAN UNIVERSITY.
    • INDIAN RUBBER.
    • STOPPAGE OF THE MILLS.
    • THE HEIGHT OF IMPROVEMENT.
    • THE RIGHT OF SEARCH.
    • SOCIALISM.—"NEW HARMONY."
    • CHRISTMAS BEEF A LA MODE DE TARIFF.
    • THE FLEET MERGED IN THE QUEEN'S BENCH.
    • THE MILITIA.
    • CHRONOLOGY FOR THE YEAR 1842.
      • JANUARY.
      • FEBRUARY.
      • MARCH.
      • APRIL.
      • MAY.
      • JUNE.
      • JULY.
      • AUGUST.
      • SEPTEMBER.
      • OCTOBER.
    • JANUARY.
    • FEBRUARY.
    • MARCH.
    • APRIL.
    • MAY.
    • JUNE.
    • JULY.
    • AUGUST.
    • SEPTEMBER.
    • OCTOBER.
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