Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 101, August 15, 1891
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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 101, August 15, 1891

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  • PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI.
  • Vol. 101.
  • August 15, 1891.
  • A TERRIBLE TALE.
  • LEAVES FROM A CANDIDATE'S DIARY.
  • "SEMPER EADEM."
  • "WON'T WORK!"
    • AIR—"St. Patrick's Day in the Morning." Irish Sportsman sings:—
  • TO LORD TENNYSON.
    • On His Eighty-second Birthday, August 6, 1891.
    • VICISSITUDES OF A RISING PERIODICAL.
    • THE SONG THAT BROKE MY HEART.
  • 'ARRY ON A 'OUSE-BOAT.
  • HOW TO SPEND A HOLIDAY ON SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES.
    • (A Page from the Diary of an Enthusiast in search of Rest.)
    • "Our Children's Ears."
    • AN INSINUATING WHISPER.
  • "HAVE WE FORGOTTEN GORDON?"
    • The Modern Traveller.
    • "HAVE WE FORGOTTEN GORDON?"
  • A LOVER'S COMPLAINT.
    • (Thoroughly New Style.)
    • "BURYING THE HATCHET."
  • A LESSON FROM THE R.N.E.
    • (For the Use of Sailors proposing to join the Royal Navy.)
    • WORK FOR THE RECESS.
  • OFF TO MASHERLAND.
    • (By Our Own Grandolph.)
    • A FEW REMINISCENCES.
      • TO THE MINES.
      • "IS LIFE WORTH LIVING?"
      • REMORSE AND REGRET.
      • SPORT TO US!
    • TO THE MINES.
    • "IS LIFE WORTH LIVING?"
    • REMORSE AND REGRET.
    • SPORT TO US!
    • WORTH NOTICING.
  • OUR BOOKING-OFFICE.
  • MISS DECIMA-HELYETT-SMITHSON-JACKSON.
  • HOW TO BE POPULAR.
    • (Advice to an Aspirant.)
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