Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 101, September 26, 1891
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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 101, September 26, 1891

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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 101, September 26, 1891, by Various, Edited by F. C. Burnand
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  • PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI.
    • Vol. 101.
    • September 26, 1891.
    • THE WAITERS' STRIKE.
      • (At the Naval Exhibition.)
    • (At the Naval Exhibition.)
    • MARLOWE AT CANTERBURY.
    • TWO WORDS IN SEASON.
      • (Humbly dedicated to those eminent Controversialists, Lord Grimthorpe and Mr. Tallack.)
        • No. I.
        • No. II.
      • No. I.
      • No. II.
    • (Humbly dedicated to those eminent Controversialists, Lord Grimthorpe and Mr. Tallack.)
      • No. I.
      • No. II.
    • No. I.
    • No. II.
    • WHY SHOULD MERIT WAIT?
    • OUR BOOKING-OFFICE.
      • What's in a Title?
        • (To the Author of "Violet Moses.")
      • (To the Author of "Violet Moses.")
    • What's in a Title?
      • (To the Author of "Violet Moses.")
    • (To the Author of "Violet Moses.")
    • THE TRAVELLING COMPANIONS.
      • No. VIII.
        • On the Terrace of the Burg. Half an hour later.
      • On the Terrace of the Burg. Half an hour later.
      • THE STERNER SEX!
      • Doggerel by a "Disher."
    • No. VIII.
      • On the Terrace of the Burg. Half an hour later.
    • On the Terrace of the Burg. Half an hour later.
    • THE STERNER SEX!
    • Doggerel by a "Disher."
    • THE GROUSE THAT JACK SHOT.
      • (A Solemn Tragedy of the Shooting Season.)
        • MORAL.
      • MORAL.
    • (A Solemn Tragedy of the Shooting Season.)
      • MORAL.
    • MORAL.
    • A MUSICAL SUGGESTION.
      • (Certainly New and Original.)
    • (Certainly New and Original.)
    • SOME CIRCULAR NOTES.
      • CHAPTER VI.
        • Recovery—Waiter—Vicomte—Château—Reception—Night—Morning—Workers—Headstones—Memories—Stones—Explanations—Breakfast—Off—Back again.
      • Recovery—Waiter—Vicomte—Château—Reception—Night—Morning—Workers—Headstones—Memories—Stones—Explanations—Breakfast—Off—Back again.
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • Recovery—Waiter—Vicomte—Château—Reception—Night—Morning—Workers—Headstones—Memories—Stones—Explanations—Breakfast—Off—Back again.
    • Recovery—Waiter—Vicomte—Château—Reception—Night—Morning—Workers—Headstones—Memories—Stones—Explanations—Breakfast—Off—Back again.
    • STORICULES.
      • V.—A BORN ARISTOCRAT.
      • MORE EXCITEMENT IN PARIS.
      • Holiday Fare in Cornwall.
      • "What's in a Name?"
      • TRULY CONSCIENTIOUS.
    • V.—A BORN ARISTOCRAT.
    • MORE EXCITEMENT IN PARIS.
    • Holiday Fare in Cornwall.
    • "What's in a Name?"
    • TRULY CONSCIENTIOUS.
    • TURNING THE TABLES;
      • OR, THE BEAR AS LEADER.
        • AIR—"Bloudie Jacke."
      • AIR—"Bloudie Jacke."
      • "TURNING THE TABLES."
    • OR, THE BEAR AS LEADER.
      • AIR—"Bloudie Jacke."
    • AIR—"Bloudie Jacke."
    • "TURNING THE TABLES."
    • "REVOLTED MORTIMER."
    • THE CONQUERED "WORTH."
      • (Some way after Poe's "Conqueror Worm.")
        • I.
        • II.
        • III.
        • IV.
        • V.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • Extremes Meet.
      • THE LATEST WEATHER-WISE DOGGEREL.
        • Retort by a Washed-out Wayfarer.
      • Retort by a Washed-out Wayfarer.
    • (Some way after Poe's "Conqueror Worm.")
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • Extremes Meet.
    • THE LATEST WEATHER-WISE DOGGEREL.
      • Retort by a Washed-out Wayfarer.
    • Retort by a Washed-out Wayfarer.
    • FATHER AND SON.
      • (A Possible Dialogue after a Recent Decision at Marylebone.)
      • Muscovite Version of a Music-hall Chorus.
      • LINES ON A PHOTOGRAPH.
      • MR. PUNCH ON TOUR. A LITTLE HOLIDAY IN WALES.
    • (A Possible Dialogue after a Recent Decision at Marylebone.)
    • Muscovite Version of a Music-hall Chorus.
    • LINES ON A PHOTOGRAPH.
    • MR. PUNCH ON TOUR. A LITTLE HOLIDAY IN WALES.
    • OUR REAL DESIDERATUM.
      • (By a "Well-informed" Fool.)
      • Dwarfs in and about London.
      • "WHEN A MAN DOES NOT LOOK HIS BEST."—No. 1.
      • TO THE GRAND OLD CRICKETER.
    • (By a "Well-informed" Fool.)
    • Dwarfs in and about London.
    • "WHEN A MAN DOES NOT LOOK HIS BEST."—No. 1.
    • TO THE GRAND OLD CRICKETER.
    • THE MODERN CAGLIOSTRO; OR, THE POWER OF THE SPIRITS.
      • (A Page from a Romance up to Date.)
      • The Bitter Cry of the British Bookmaker.
        • (After a famous Original.)
      • (After a famous Original.)
    • (A Page from a Romance up to Date.)
    • The Bitter Cry of the British Bookmaker.
      • (After a famous Original.)
    • (After a famous Original.)
    • JOURNAL OF A ROLLING STONE.
      • EIGHTH ENTRY.
      • ON THE MARLOWE MEMORIAL.
        • (Unveiled by Mr. Henry Irving at Canterbury, September 16, 1891.)
      • (Unveiled by Mr. Henry Irving at Canterbury, September 16, 1891.)
    • EIGHTH ENTRY.
    • ON THE MARLOWE MEMORIAL.
      • (Unveiled by Mr. Henry Irving at Canterbury, September 16, 1891.)
    • (Unveiled by Mr. Henry Irving at Canterbury, September 16, 1891.)
    • THE LAST OF THE CANTERBURY TALES.
      • BEFORE THE UNVEILING.
        • AFTER THE UNVEILING.
      • AFTER THE UNVEILING.
      • Honours Divided.
    • BEFORE THE UNVEILING.
      • AFTER THE UNVEILING.
    • AFTER THE UNVEILING.
    • Honours Divided.
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