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

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  • THE COMIC ALMANACK AN EPHEMERIS IN JEST AND EARNEST, CONTAINING MERRY TALES, HUMOROUS POETRY. QUIPS, AND ODDITIES.
  • CONTENTS
  • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1844.
    • SIMPLE RULES FOR INTERPRETING ACTS OF PARLIAMENT.
    • HINTS ON ECONOMY.
    • HINTS TO EMIGRANTS.
    • WINE VERSUS WATER. GREAT ANTI-TEMPERANCE MEETING.
    • PREDICTIONS FOR JANUARY.
    • THE GARDEN.
    • DECISIONS IN HILARY TERM.
    • TEN THOUSAND A YEAR. THE TAX ON PROPERTY.
    • MONTHLY OBSERVATIONS.
    • USEFUL REMARKS.
    • GENERAL CHARACTER OF THE WEATHER.
    • THE END OF PHEASANT SHOOTING. THE SONG OF THE GAME.
    • PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS.
    • REPORT ON THE TRAINING OF PAUPER CHILDREN.
    • PREDICTIONS FOR MARCH.
    • GARDENING OPERATIONS.
    • OBSERVATIONS.
    • THE MARCH OF INTELLECT.
    • AN ESSAY ON RENT. BY A POLITICAL ECONOMIST.
    • PROSPECTUS OF THE AERIAL BUILDING COMPANY.
    • THE WEATHER.
    • FARMING OPERATIONS.
    • PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS.
    • "ALL HAIL, MACBETH!"
    • WHO SHALL EDUCATE THE PRINCE OF WALES?
    • ELECTION CORRESPONDENCE.
    • THROWN OUT FOR THE CITY.
    • CRITICAL ESSAY ON THE PRIZE CARTOONS.
    • THE WATERING-PLACES OF ENGLAND.
    • DOMESTIC HINTS FOR THE FIRST OF APRIL.
    • REPORT OF THE ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS ON ARTIFICIAL ICE.
      • CASE.
    • CASE.
    • POLITICAL PAS-DE-QUATRE.
      • THE DEBATE.
      • THE RESIGNATION.
      • THE LORD BROUGHAM.
    • THE DEBATE.
    • THE RESIGNATION.
    • THE LORD BROUGHAM.
    • THE UNEXHIBITED CARTOON OF GUY FAWKES. BY GEORGE CRUIKSHANK.
    • THE FEAST OF THE GROTTOES.
    • ODE TO FATHER MATHEW.
    • POPULAR ERRORS.
    • REPORT ON PUBLIC HEALTH.
    • TREATING WITH CHINA. DESPATCH FROM SIR HENRY POTTINGER.
    • POLITICS ABROAD.
    • THE SINGING MOUSE.
    • OBSERVATIONS OF A NATURALIST.
    • SIX RICHARDS IN THE FIELD. A NEW ACTING SHAKSPEARE.
    • THE DOGS' BILL.
    • FACTS WORTH REMEMBERING.
    • NEW VERSION OF "ALL ROUND MY HAT." AS SUNG NIGHTLY AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE.
    • ROYAL PANTOMIME.
    • THE POLAR EXPEDITION.
    • THE LEGAL ART-UNION.
    • POST OFFICE REGULATIONS.
    • CATECHISM OF POLITICS FOR THE FRENCH.
    • POETICAL CALENDAR, AND CHRONOLOGY FOR THE YEAR 1843.
      • JANUARY.
      • FEBRUARY.
      • MARCH.
      • APRIL.
      • MAY.
      • JUNE.
      • JULY.
      • AUGUST.
      • SEPTEMBER.
      • OCTOBER.
      • NOVEMBER.
      • DECEMBER.
    • JANUARY.
    • FEBRUARY.
    • MARCH.
    • APRIL.
    • MAY.
    • JUNE.
    • JULY.
    • AUGUST.
    • SEPTEMBER.
    • OCTOBER.
    • NOVEMBER.
    • DECEMBER.
    • THE OMNIBUS CONDUCTORS' LAMENT.
  • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1845.
    • A SHORT TREATISE ON TIDES.
    • THE ECLIPSES FOR 1845.
    • "TWELFTH-NIGHT: OR, WHAT YOU WILL."
    • FACTS THAT DO NOT COME WITHIN THE RECOLLECTION OF THE OLDEST INHABITANT.
    • HOROSCOPES MADE EASY TO THE MEANEST CAPACITY
      • LIBRA,
      • SCORPIO,
      • SAGITTARIUS
      • CAPRICORNUS,
      • AQUARIUS,
      • PISCES
      • ARIES
      • TAURUS
      • GEMINI
      • CANCER
      • LEO
      • VIRGO
    • LIBRA,
    • SCORPIO,
    • SAGITTARIUS
    • CAPRICORNUS,
    • AQUARIUS,
    • PISCES
    • ARIES
    • TAURUS
    • GEMINI
    • CANCER
    • LEO
    • VIRGO
    • ODE TO LOVE. WRITTEN ON ST. VALENTINE'S DAY.
    • SENTIMENTS FOR THE STAGE.
      • FOR A BRITISH TAR.
      • FOR A PRIMA DONNA.
      • FOR LORD COLLINGWOOD AT ASTLEY'S.
      • FOR A HEROINE OF DOMESTIC DRAMA.
      • FOR A GENEROUS BROKER.
      • FOR A CONSCIENCE-STRICKEN STEWARD.
    • FOR A BRITISH TAR.
    • FOR A PRIMA DONNA.
    • FOR LORD COLLINGWOOD AT ASTLEY'S.
    • FOR A HEROINE OF DOMESTIC DRAMA.
    • FOR A GENEROUS BROKER.
    • FOR A CONSCIENCE-STRICKEN STEWARD.
    • THE REASON FOR FUDDLING ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY,
    • LONDON IMPROVEMENTS.
    • OPENING OF THE ROYAL EXCHANGE.
    • ODE TO FASHION.
    • NOTE ON THE NAVAL FORCES OF GREAT BRITAIN. BY A FRENCH ADMIRAL.
    • QUARTER DAY.
    • SPRING: AFTER THOMSON.
    • THE BLIGHTED ASH. A STORY OF A SEARED BOSOM.
    • GOING TO ST. PAUL'S.
    • A PANIC AT THE BANK.
    • LINES WRITTEN IN A LADY'S ALBUM. BY THE LATE DANIEL LAMBERT.
    • FINE ART DISTRIBUTION.
    • GARDENING FOR LADIES. THE MAMMA'S CALENDAR FOR JULY.
    • THE HORTICULTURAL FATE.
    • NOTES OF A CONTINENTAL TOUR, IN THE SUMMER OF 1844.
    • PROSPECTUS OF THE MUTUAL PLATE PRESENTATION AND FRIENDLY TESTIMONIAL ASSOCIATION.
    • GOLDEN RULES FOR MENDICANTS.
    • SUMMERY JUSTICE.
    • OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.
    • RULES FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS WALKING THE STREETS.
    • HISTORICAL QUESTIONS: À LA MANGNALL.
    • CHINESE PROVERBS, DRAWN FROM BO-HE AND SUE-CHONG.
    • REASONS FOR CLOSING ATTORNEYS' OFFICES AT SIX.
    • THE GREAT FIRE OF LONDON.
    • THE CONTEST FOR AN ALDERMANIC GOWN.
    • ANTIPATHIES OF REMARKABLE CHARACTERS.
    • AN ESSAY ON COMETS. BY OUR OWN ASTRONOMER.
    • THE FALL OF THE LEAF.
    • NEW LITERARY ASSOCIATION OF THE FRIENDS OF FRANCE.
    • REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON WASHHOUSES FOR THE PEOPLE.
    • A NEW TABLE TO CALCULATE WAGES.
    • THINGS WHICH CAN BE MUCH BETTER CONCEIVED THAN DESCRIBED.
    • DIRECTIONS FOR BREWING.
    • YOUNG ENGLAND. A BIOGRAPHY.
    • ASSESSED TAXES.
    • THE POLKA PLAGUE.
    • THE NATIONAL GALLERY. A DIALOGUE.
    • SPORTS AND PASTIMES.
      • THE POSTMAN.
      • THE CABMAN.
    • THE POSTMAN.
    • THE CABMAN.
    • OUR PRIZE PROPHECY.
  • The COMIC ALMANACK For 1846.
    • ANOTHER RAILWAY NEWSPAPER. THE RAILWAY BELLE ASSEMBLÉE
    • ABOLITION OF DUELLING.
    • THE ZODIAC.—JANUARY AQUARIUS.—THE JOLLY YOUNG WATERMAN. Out Door Instruction.
    • THINGS TO BE BORNE IN MIND IN JANUARY.
    • THE GIPSY'S PROPHECY.
    • DIVERS INTERESTING QUESTIONS FOR MY READERS TO CONSIDER.
    • THE ZODIAC.—FEBRUARY. PISCES.—THE FISHES. The Song of the Unsuccessful Angler.
    • THINGS TO BE BORNE IN MIND IN FEBRUARY.
    • FIRE ESCAPES.
    • BALLAD:
    • THE RIVER. BY COVENTRY PATMORE.
    • NEW LINES OF RAILWAY, IN CONTEMPLATION FOR 1846.
    • THE ZODIAC—MARCH. ARIES.—THE RAM (IN SMITHFIELD). Sonnet to the Ram Inn.
    • THINGS TO BE BORNE IN MIND IN MARCH.
    • THE STAG A NEW READING FROM "AS YOU LIKE IT."
    • TO FIND OUT WHICH WAY THE WIND BLOWS
    • THE TRADE WIND GENERATOR.
    • THE ZODIAC—APRIL. BULL IN THE PRINTING OFFICE. By W. Wordsworth, Poet Laureate.
    • THINGS TO BE BORNE IN MIND IN APRIL.
    • NOVEL CHESS PROBLEM. NEITHER SIDE TO WIN IN ANY MOVES.
    • MISCELLANEA CURIOSA. SELECTED FROM THE "MISCELLANIES" OF J. AUBREY, ESQ., CONTAINED IN THE ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM, AT OXFORD.
    • THE ZODIAC—MAY. GEMINI.—THE TWINS.
    • CHAPTER FROM THE MERRYMAN'S MANUAL; OR, CLOWN'S HANDBOOK OF POPULAR HILARITY. Chap. II.—How to Collect the Crowd in Front of the Show.
    • THINGS TO BE BORNE IN MIND IN MAY.
    • THE ZODIAC—JUNE. THE LAND-CRAB.
    • THE QUEEN OF THE FÊTE. BY ALFRED TENNYSON.
    • "OUGHT OLIVER CROMWELL TO HAVE A STATUE?"
    • THE FARCE ASSURANCE COMPANY.
    • THINGS TO BE BORNE IN MIND IN JUNE.
    • THE ZODIAC—JULY. LEO.-ANDROCLES. A LAY OF ANCIENT HISTORY.
    • THE BOUQUET PROJECTOR, OR CERITO CATAPULT.
    • THINGS TO BE BORNE IN MIND IN JULY.
    • THE BOW-STREET GRANGE. BY ALFRED TENNYSON.
    • THE SCHOOL OF DESIGN.
    • THE ZODIAC-AUGUST. VIRGO.—THE OLD MAID.
    • THINGS TO BE BORNE IN MIND IN AUGUST.
    • HISTORICAL MEMORANDA: KINDLY FURNISHED TO THE EDITOR BY THE MEMBERS OF THE OLD ORIGINAL "ARCHÆOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION," RESPECTING THE NEW HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT.
    • MARTYRS OF SCIENCE.
      • James Watt,
      • Newton,
      • Dr. Jenner,
      • Harvey,
      • Priestley,
      • Davy (Sir Humphrey),
    • James Watt,
    • Newton,
    • Dr. Jenner,
    • Harvey,
    • Priestley,
    • Davy (Sir Humphrey),
    • THE ZODIAC—SEPTEMBER. LIBRA—THE WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. FROM SPENSER'S "FAERIE QUEENE."
    • THE JURY'S GUIDE TO FALSE WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
    • THE REVELATIONS OF LONDON.
    • AN UNPUBLISHED POEM. BY ROBERT BURNS.
      • "Lilt your Johnnie."
    • "Lilt your Johnnie."
    • THINGS TO BE BORNE IN MIND IN SEPTEMBER.
    • THE ZODIAC—OCTOBER. SCORPIO—THE SLANDERER.
    • THINGS TO BE BORNE IN MIND IN OCTOBER.
    • THE NEW MAGAZINE MACHINE.
    • TUBAL CAIN. BY CHARLES MACKAY.
    • FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ASTLEY'S ASSOCIATION FOR THE DIFFUSION OF GENERAL INFORMATION.
      • THE WONDERS OF ANCIENT EGYPT.
      • THE WAR IN CHINA.
      • EARLY WIT, ETC.
      • TREACHERY AT WATERLOO
    • THE WONDERS OF ANCIENT EGYPT.
    • THE WAR IN CHINA.
    • EARLY WIT, ETC.
    • TREACHERY AT WATERLOO
    • STANZAS SUGGESTED BY A VIEW OF ROSHERVILLE. BY A BANK CLERK.
    • THINGS TO BE BORNE IN MIND IN NOVEMBER.
    • THE TRAFALGAR FOUNTAINS.
    • HISTORICAL MEMORANDA. DRURY LANE THEATRE.
    • HINTS TO NOVELISTS, FOR 1846.
    • THE READ-UP, OR JAMESONIAN.
    • THE PSEUDO-GRAPHIC, OR WEAK BOZ-AND-WATER.
    • THE TOPOGRAPHICAL, OR TRANSATLANTIC.
    • THE ECLOGIC, OR GOREAN.
    • MOTTOES FOR CRACKER BONBONS.
    • CORN CAPERS. THE PAS DES MOISSONNEURS.
    • THINGS TO BE BORNE IN MIND IN DECEMBER.
    • JUDICIUM ASTROLOGICUM. THE PRIZE PROPHECY FOR 1846.
      • JANUARY.
      • FEBRUARY.
      • MARCH.
      • APRIL.
      • MAY.
      • JUNE.
      • JULY.
      • AUGUST.
      • SEPTEMBER
      • OCTOBER.
      • NOVEMBER.
      • DECEMBER.
    • JANUARY.
    • FEBRUARY.
    • MARCH.
    • APRIL.
    • MAY.
    • JUNE.
    • JULY.
    • AUGUST.
    • SEPTEMBER
    • OCTOBER.
    • NOVEMBER.
    • DECEMBER.
  • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1847.
    • DER BAILIFFE JÄGER: AN ENGLISH BALLAD IN THE GERMAN STYLE.
    • CURIOUS EXHIBITION. NEVER SEEN IN THIS COUNTRY.
    • "SAY YOU DID IT!" A ROMANCE OF SMILES AND TITTERS. TITTER THE FIRST.
    • A LETTER FROM "LA NATIVE DE PARIS," AT MISS THIMBLEBEE'S ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES, TO HER MOTHER IN YORKSHIRE.
    • "SAY YOU DID IT!" A ROMANCE OF SMILES AND TITTERS. Titter the Second.
    • REPORT OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF CIVILIZATION, AND THE HANDBOOK OF ETIQUETTE ALL OVER THE WORLD.
    • "SAY YOU DID IT!" A ROMANCE OF SMILES AND TITTERS. Titter the Third.
    • A BATTLE WITH BILLINGSGATE. SUGGESTED BY THAT OF BLENHEIM.
    • THE STAG, THE BULL, AND THE BEAR. A RAILWAY FABLE.
    • MEETING OF THE DWARFS.
    • PHLARUPPE! AN OSSIANIC POEM.
      • DUAN THE FIRST.
      • DUAN THE SECOND.
      • DUAN THE THIRD.
    • DUAN THE FIRST.
    • DUAN THE SECOND.
    • DUAN THE THIRD.
    • AN ANACREONTIC: IN PRAISE OF CARRARA WATER.
    • THE WOMAN OF MIND.
    • THE CLOUD.
    • JUPITER AND THE MOTHER. AN IDYLL.
    • A MONO-RHYME.
    • A LAY OF MODERN ENGLAND OR, IBRAHIM PACHA AT VAUXHALL.
    • I DREAMT THAT I SLEPT AT MADAME TUSSAUD'S.
    • SIR THOMAS BROWN ON WELSH RABBITS. BEING A CONTINUATION OF HIS "INQUIRIES INTO VULGAR AND COMMON ERRORS."
    • THE EDUCATION OF THE SOLDIER.
    • TO THE IDLE OF MY HEART.
    • WELTHE, HELTHE, AND HAPPINESSE. A RYGHTE MERRIE CONCEITTE.
    • TEMPUS EDAX RERUM.
    • THE STAGE COACHMAN AND THE POST BOY. AN IMAGINARY CONVERSATION.
    • ADVICE TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS.
    • ADVICE TO YOUNG LADIES.
    • DE BLACK DOLLIBUS.
      • The Black Doll's Receipt for a Good Plum Pudding.
    • The Black Doll's Receipt for a Good Plum Pudding.
    • THE HONOUR OF THE READER'S COMPANY IS REQUESTED TO A DINNER PARTY.
    • PEOPLE ONE MEETS IN SOCIETY.
      • No. 1. THE YOUNG GENTLEMAN WHO HAS JUST GOT HIS COMMISSION.
      • No. 2. THE YACHTING MAN.
    • No. 1. THE YOUNG GENTLEMAN WHO HAS JUST GOT HIS COMMISSION.
    • No. 2. THE YACHTING MAN.
  • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1848.
    • A NEW OPENING FOR VALENTINES.
    • PROBLEMS VERY EASY OF SOLUTION.
    • PROBLEMS RATHER DIFFICULT OF SOLUTION.
    • THE MOST DIFFICULT PROBLEM OF ALL.
    • THE STOCK MARKET.
    • FULL MOURNING AND HALF MOURNING.
    • ODE ON ST. CECILIA'S DAY. [A LONG WAY AFTER POPE.]
    • A CURIOUS INQUIRY. BY A MEMBER OF THE ANIMALS' FRIEND SOCIETY.
    • SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF MR. BROOK GREEN.
    • THE DAWN WHEN UNADORNED ADORNED THE MOST.
    • THE DUTY OFF TEA.
    • LAYS OF MODERN BABYLON. BY YOUNG WHAT D' Y' CALLY. (AGED NINE YEARS AND A DAY.) OLD MOTHER HUBBARD AND HER DOG.
    • DIFFICULT THINGS TO BE MET WITH ON THE CONTINENT.
    • ABSENTEES AND EMIGRANTS DURING 1847.
    • THE UNIVERSAL SMASHER.
    • THE RESPECTABLE MAN.
    • EVERY-DAY RECIPES. BY A VERY FAST MAN.
    • CURIOUS SUMS FOR THE CALCULATING MACHINE. BY JOLLY COCKER.
    • ANECDOTES OF SCIENCE. PERFECTLY ORIGINAL.
    • BEWARE.
    • MATRIMONIAL WEATHER TABLE; TO BE HUNG UP IN ALL PANTRIES AND SERVANTS' HALLS.
    • THE GULL.
    • THE DOMESTIC SERVANTS' EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT.
    • A PRIZE BAD JOKE.
    • MATERIALS FOR AN IRISH SPEECH.
    • SWEET ARE THE USES OF TEARS.
    • COPY-BOOK TEXTS FOR YOUNG AUTHORS JUST BEGINNING TO WRITE.
    • SEA-SIDE ENTOMOLOGY.
      • THE LADY BIRD.
      • THE MARINE APHIS VASTATOR.
    • THE LADY BIRD.
    • THE MARINE APHIS VASTATOR.
    • YOUR ROOM IS PREFERRED TO YOUR COMPANY. AN IMAGINARY CONVERSATION OVERHEARD IN BAKER STREET.
    • BACON'S NOVUM ORGANUM.
    • THE CHEMIST'S CAT.
    • HUNTING AN HEIR.
    • THE LANGUAGE OF VEGETABLES.
    • IF, !!!AND???
    • THE LITERARY SCARCITY. A LETTER FROM A LONDON PENNY-A-LINER TO A PROVINCIAL DITTO.
    • ILLUSTRATED CONUNDRUM. (THE OLDEST ON RECORD.)
    • A MYSTERY OF LONDON.
    • THE FEMALE TARS OF GREAT BRITAIN. FASHIONABLE YACHTING.
    • LAYS OF MODERN BABY-LON. BY YOUNG WHAT-YOU-MAY-CALLEE.
    • A BUNDLE OF DEFINITIONS.
    • MOVEMENT OF THE FINE ARTS.
    • THE FIRST NIGHT OF A PANTOMIME.
    • CHANGE.
    • THE UNIVERSAL PHILANTHROPIST.
    • THE CITY "FAST MAN."
    • EXPRESSIVE CHINESE PROVERBS.
    • AN IMAGINARY RUN ON A TURKISH RAILWAY.
    • THE POTATO ITSELF AGAIN.
    • HOW TO MAKE SURE TO WIN. A TALE OF A FAT CATTLE SHOW.
      • MORAL.
    • MORAL.
    • WHAT A GENTLEMAN MAY DO, AND WHAT HE MAY NOT DO.
    • SHIRTICULTURE.
      • EXHIBITION OF SHIRTS IN THE WASHING ACADEMY OF MRS. TUBBS AND JACK TOWELL, ESQ., BALL'S POND.
    • EXHIBITION OF SHIRTS IN THE WASHING ACADEMY OF MRS. TUBBS AND JACK TOWELL, ESQ., BALL'S POND.
    • A LONDON INTERIOR.
    • POPULAR CONTINENTAL DELUSIONS RESPECTING ENGLAND.
    • NEW YEAR'S GIFTS.
    • QUESTION AND ANSWER.
    • FULL-FLAVOURED SIMILE.
  • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1849.
    • PROJECTED LINES TO RUN THROUGH ALL ALMANACKS.
    • FASHIONS FOR 1849.
    • A DREAM OF THE YEAR. (AFTER PLANCHE'S "DÆDALUS.")
    • A RAILWAY TRIP IN THE AUTUMN OF 1848 IN SEARCH OF THE PICTURESQUE.
      • SPLENDID SCENERY FROM WATERLOO BRIDGE TO NINE-ELMS.
    • SPLENDID SCENERY FROM WATERLOO BRIDGE TO NINE-ELMS.
    • EMIGRATION CARRIED TO AN ABSURD EXTENT, OR,
    • THE SYREN AND THE PHILOSOPHER. A MARINE DUET.
    • A Little Difference between Them.
    • INCREDIBLE TESTIMONIAL.
    • HOW STARS ARE DISCOVERED.
    • ASTLEY'S HISTORICAL QUESTIONS.
    • APOLLO ARRESTED BY A WRIT.
    • CONSCIENCE MONEY.
    • THINGS THAT ARE INDISPENSABLE FOR A GENTLEMAN'S POCKET.
    • THE GAME OF FRIGHT.
    • A POCKET-BOOK PICKED UP IN THE GREAT DESERT. (SUPPOSED TO HAVE BELONGED TO A FASHIONABLE TOURIST.)
    • CAPITAL OFFENDERS
    • AN EXTENSIVE ORDER.
    • WHAT DO ALL ENGLISHMEN TAKE OFF THEIR HATS TO?[8]
    • SQUIBS IN STATUES.
    • VALUABLE ADVICE.
    • PLAY-BILL DIALOGUES.
    • EDUCATION ON THE "MUTUAL ADVANTAGE" SYSTEM.
    • MAKE A WORSE ONE IF YOU CAN.
    • PRETTY LITTLE PUZZLES TO PUZZLE PRETTY LITTLE PUZZLERS.
    • THE MILITARY GAME OF GOOSE.
    • TALES OF A LANDLORD.
    • AN AIRY LODGING.
    • THE SONG OF THE KNOCKER. (A COMPANION TO SCHILLER'S BELL.)
    • RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE CONDUCT OF STRANGERS VISITING LONDON.
    • THE DOMESTIC MANNERS AND CUSTOMS OF THE BEDOUIN ARABS. BY ONE WHO HAS NEVER BEEN AMONGST THEM, BUT CAN IMAGINE EXACTLY WHAT THEY ARE.
    • A DREADFUL CASE OF POISONING, OR, ANOTHER OF MY HUSBAND'S STUPID JOKES, WHICH HE THINKS ARE SO CLEVER.
    • FRIGHTFUL STATE OF THINGS, IF FEMALE AGITATION IS ALLOWED ONLY FOR A MINUTE.
    • TWO LITTLE CUTS THROWN IN.
  • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1850.
    • BEFORE.
    • AFTER.
    • ANACREONTIC IN PRAISE OF "SHERRY COBBLERS," BY A LADY OF QUALITY.
    • "ANY ONE FOR EGYPT?—EGYPT!"
    • "THE GOOD OLD TIMES."
    • ALL A-BLOWING! ALL A-GROWING!
    • AN AFFECTING COPY OF VERSES WRITTEN BY THE WRETCHED BRIDEGROOM, ON THE EVENING PREVIOUS TO THE AWFUL CEREMONY.
    • BON MOT-TO WAFERS: OR, SEALS FOR "SHUTTING-UP" GOVERNORS, LOVERS, DEBTORS, AND CREDITORS.
    • THE LORD MAYOR IN IRELAND.
    • DREADFUL CASE OF AGRICULTURAL DISTRESS.
    • BREACH OF PROMISE. Ogles v. Winkin.
    • COCKNEY ENIGMAS.
      • No. 1. (On the letter H.)
      • No. II. (On the letter W.)
    • No. 1. (On the letter H.)
    • No. II. (On the letter W.)
    • THE HAPPIEST DAY OF MY LIFE.
    • COLLEGE FOR LADIES. Examination Papers.
      • Examiners.
      • English Language and Literature.
      • French.
      • Philosophy of Logic.
      • Mathematics.
      • Architecture.
      • Zoology.
      • Botany.
      • Law.
      • Geology.
      • Knitology.
      • Anatomy.
      • Gastronomy.
      • Natural Philosophy and Optics.
      • Mechanics and Hydraulics.
    • Examiners.
    • English Language and Literature.
    • French.
    • Philosophy of Logic.
    • Mathematics.
    • Architecture.
    • Zoology.
    • Botany.
    • Law.
    • Geology.
    • Knitology.
    • Anatomy.
    • Gastronomy.
    • Natural Philosophy and Optics.
    • Mechanics and Hydraulics.
  • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1851.
    • "FEMALE EMIGRATION."
    • AN INVITATION TO THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS. (BY A GENTLEMAN WITH A SLIGHT IMPEDIMENT IN HIS SPEECH.)
    • THE CENSUS OF 1851.
    • THE LION HUNTER'S MUSEUM.
    • A LEAF OUT OF LEDRU ROLLIN'S BOOK.
    • TRAVELLING FOR THE MILLION. A SONG OF THE PANORAMAS. BY A CLERK WHO HAS READ MACAULAY.
    • ALARMING SACRIFICE
    • TO THE EDITOR OF "THE COMIC ALMANACK."
    • OVER-POPULATION: A MALTHUSIAN LAMENTATION.
    • OUR PET THIEF.
  • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1852.
    • THE "WHAT IS IT?"
    • HOW I WENT UP THE JUNG-FRAU, AND CAME DOWN AGAIN.
    • BLOOMERISM IN FULL BLOW.
    • THE BATTLE OF THE HARVEST FIELD.
    • THE BATTLE OF THE YATCHES.
    • MODES OF ADDRESSING PERSONS OF VARIOUS RANKS. (By Our Fast Professor.)
    • THE TRUE HISTORY OF THE KOH-I-NOOR.
    • MRS. BEAKEY'S TABLE (AND CHAIR) TALK.
    • IRISH AUCTIONS.
    • PROPHETIC AND MYSTERIOUS HINTS FOR 1852.
      • JANUARY.
      • FEBRUARY.
      • MARCH.
      • APRIL.
      • MAY.
      • JUNE.
      • JULY.
      • AUGUST.
      • SEPTEMBER.
      • OCTOBER.
      • NOVEMBER.
      • DECEMBER.
    • JANUARY.
    • FEBRUARY.
    • MARCH.
    • APRIL.
    • MAY.
    • JUNE.
    • JULY.
    • AUGUST.
    • SEPTEMBER.
    • OCTOBER.
    • NOVEMBER.
    • DECEMBER.
    • ECLIPSES IN 1852.
      • Other Astronomical Information.
    • Other Astronomical Information.
    • THE NIGHTINGALE.
    • THE GOLDEN AGE COMING.
    • THE GOLD IN AUSTRALIA.
    • OUR OWN "NOTES AND QUERIES."
      • PIKES AND ASSES.
      • BLACK'S THE WHITE OF MY EYE.
    • PIKES AND ASSES.
    • BLACK'S THE WHITE OF MY EYE.
    • THE OPERA HABITUÉ.
    • MR. BULL'S GLASS OF WATER.
    • CURIOUS TRAIT OF NATIONAL MANNERS.
    • TABLE OF THE PROBABLE DURATION OF LIFE.
    • THE RIDDLER.
      • CHARADE.
      • ANOTHER.
      • A THIRD.
      • REBUS.
      • ANOTHER.
      • ARITHMETICAL PUZZLE.
      • CONUNDRUMS.
      • ANAGRAMS.
      • TRANSPOSITIONS.
      • FINAL BLAZE OF GLORY.
    • CHARADE.
    • ANOTHER.
    • A THIRD.
    • REBUS.
    • ANOTHER.
    • ARITHMETICAL PUZZLE.
    • CONUNDRUMS.
    • ANAGRAMS.
    • TRANSPOSITIONS.
    • FINAL BLAZE OF GLORY.
    • OUR ADVERTISING COLUMN.
    • OUR OWN PRESIDENT OF FRANCE.
  • THE COMIC ALMANACK For 1853.
    • "Well, Sir! it is my duty to inquire into your intentions towards Miss 1853."
    • JANUARY.
    • FEBRUARY.
    • JANUARY.
    • SCRAPS OF INFORMATION, USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL,
      • CHRONOLOGICAL NOTES FOR THE YEAR 1853.
    • CHRONOLOGICAL NOTES FOR THE YEAR 1853.
    • ECLIPSES OF THE SUN AND MOON IN 1853.
    • FEBRUARY.
    • MARCH.
    • APRIL. GREAT SELLS OF THE FIRST.
    • MARCH.
    • APRIL.
    • MAY.
    • JUNE.
    • MAY. The Derby.—Our own Prophecy.
    • JUNE.
    • JULY.
    • AUGUST.
    • JULY.
    • AUGUST.
    • SEPTEMBER.
    • OCTOBER.
    • SEPTEMBER.
    • OCTOBER.
    • NOVEMBER.
    • DECEMBER.
    • NOVEMBER.
    • DECEMBER.
    • MORE RAILWAY ASSURANCE,
    • AN AUSTRALIAN ECLOGUE.
    • A FAMILY EPISTLE, FROM A CHINESE EMIGRANT TO HIS WIFE.
    • THE CHANGE IN THE WEATHER.
    • THE MONSTER SWEEP.
    • ELECTION INTELLIGENCE, WITH THE RIGHTS OF WOMEN RECOGNISED.
    • SCRAP FROM A NEW "SEASONS." By Thompson, of the London Daily Press Generally.[11]
    • FULL DRESS.
    • A GREAT MISTAKE.
    • MYSTERIES OF PARIS, Totally Unexplained, by a Regular Briton.
    • HARMLESS ACCOMPANIMENT TO MR. CRUIKSHANK'S PLATE ON THE OPPOSITE PAGE.
    • WANTED, A DIBDIN. Apply to the First Lord of the Admiralty.
    • THE VULTURE: AN ORNITHOLOGICAL STUDY. AFTER THE LATE EDGAR A. POE.
    • A DOMESTIC TRAGEDY;
    • ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENTS.
    • ADVERTISEMENTS.
      • AN ENGLISH SUN AND AN ENGLISH SKY.
      • WANT PLACES. ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO BE POST PAID.
    • AN ENGLISH SUN AND AN ENGLISH SKY.
    • WANT PLACES. ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO BE POST PAID.
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