Sketches by Seymour — Complete
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Sketches by Seymour — Complete

By Robert Seymour
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Table of Contents
  • SKETCHES BY SEYMOUR
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  • SKETCHES BY SEYMOUR
    • CONTENTS:
      • EVERYDAY SCENES.
      • A DAY'S SPORT.
      • OTHER SCENES.
      • MISCELLANEOUS.
  • EVERYDAY SCENES.
    • SCENE I.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
  • SEYMOUR'S SKETCHES
    • A DAY'S SPORT
      • "Arena virumque cano."
    • CHAPTER I.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • CHAPTER V.
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • CHAPTER VII.
  • OTHER SCENES
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE XII.
    • SCENE XIII.
    • SCENE XIV.
    • SCENE XV.
    • SCENE XVI.
    • SCENE XVII.
    • SCENE XVIII.
    • SCENE XIX.
    • SCENE XX.
    • SCENE XXI.
    • SCENE XXII.
    • SCENE XXIII.
    • THE JOLLY ANGLERS.
    • THE BILL-STICKER.
    • OLD FOOZLE.
    • THE "CRACK-SHOTS." No. I.
    • THE "CRACK-SHOTS." No. II.
    • THE "CRACK-SHOTS."—No. III.
    • DOCTOR SPRAGGS.
    • SCENE IX. (b)
    • THE POUTER AND THE DRAGON.
    • THE PIC-NIC. No. I.
    • THE PIC-NIC. No. II
    • THE BUMPKIN.
    • [WATTY WILLIAMS AND BULL]
    • DELICACY!
    • "NOW JEM—"
    • STEAMING IT TO MARGATE.
    • PETER SIMPLE'S FOREIGN ADVENTURE.
    • PETER SIMPLE'S FOREIGN ADVENTURE. No. II.
    • DOBBS'S "DUCK."
      • A LEGEND OF HORSELYDOWN.
    • STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM.
    • A DAY'S PLEASURE.—No. I.
      • THE JOURNEY OUT.
    • A DAY'S PLEASURE.—No. II.
      • THE JOURNEY HOME.
    • HAMMERING
    • PRACTICE.
    • PRECEPT.
    • EXAMPLE.
    • A MUSICAL FESTIVAL.
    • THE EATING HOUSE.
    • SCENE X.(b)
    • GONE!
    • THE PRACTICAL JOKER.—No. I.
    • THE PRACTICAL JOKER.—No. II.
    • FISHING FOR WHITING AT MARGATE.
  • ANDREW MULLINS. —AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY.
    • CHAPTER I.—Introductory.
    • CHAPTER II.—Our Lodging.
    • CHAPTER. III.—On Temperance.
      • "RUBBISH MAY BE SHOT HERE!"
    • CHAPTER IV.—A Situation.
    • CHAPTER V.—The Stalking Horse.
    • CHAPTER VI.—A Commission.
    • CHAPTER, VII.—The Cricket Match
    • CHAPTER VIII.—The Hunter.
    • CHAPTER IX.—A Row to Blackwall.
    • CHAPTER X.—The Pic-Nic.
    • CHAPTER XI.—The Journey Home.
    • CHAPTER XII.—Monsieur Dubois.
    • CHAPTER XIII.—My Talent Called into Active Service.
    • CHAPTER XIV.—A Dilemma.
    • CHAPTER XV.—An Old Acquaintance.
    • CHAPTER XVI.—The Loss of a Friend.
    • CHAPTER XVII.—Promotion.
    • A RIGMAROLE.—PART I.
    • A RIMAROLE—PART II.
    • A RIGMAROLE—PART III.
    • AN INTERCEPTED LETTER FROM DICK SLAMMER TO HIS FRIEND SAM FLYKE.
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