Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 100, June 6, 1891
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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 100, June 6, 1891

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  • PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI.
  • Vol. 100.
  • June 6, 1891.
  • VOCES POPULI.
    • BRICKS WITHOUT STRAW.
  • THE MIXTURE AS BEFORE.
    • (By an Impatient—Influenza—Patient.)
  • THE TRYST.
    • THE VICTORY ROAD-CAR.
    • RECIPE.
      • (For a speech in the House of Commons on the proposed adjournment for the Derby.)
    • (For a speech in the House of Commons on the proposed adjournment for the Derby.)
  • THE DRAMA THEN AND NOW.
  • LEAVES FROM A CANDIDATE'S DIARY.
    • ANCIENT EXAMPLE OF FEMALE MASHER.
  • ADVANCE, AUSTRALIA!
    • (From our Special Correspondent at the Agricultural Hall.)
  • HOW LONG?
    • Extracts from a Tragic International Romance, written up to date.
  • WHAT IT MAY COME TO IN LONDON.
    • (As the Point has been nearly reached in Paris.)
  • THE VERY WILDEST WEST.
    • (BY ATLANTIC CABLE.)
      • President H-rr-s-n to King H-mb-rt.
      • King H-mb-rt to President H-rr-s-n.
      • President H-rr-s-n to King H-mb-rt.
      • King H-mb-rt to President H-rr-s-n.
      • President H-rr-s-n to King H-mb-rt.
      • King H-mb-rt to President H-rr-s-n.
      • President H-rr-s-n to King H-mb-rt.
      • King H-mb-rt to President H-rr-s-n.
      • President H-rr-s-n to King H-mb-rt.
      • King H-mb-rt to President H-rr-s-n.
      • President H-rr-s-n to King H-mb-rt.
    • President H-rr-s-n to King H-mb-rt.
    • King H-mb-rt to President H-rr-s-n.
    • President H-rr-s-n to King H-mb-rt.
    • King H-mb-rt to President H-rr-s-n.
    • President H-rr-s-n to King H-mb-rt.
    • King H-mb-rt to President H-rr-s-n.
    • President H-rr-s-n to King H-mb-rt.
    • King H-mb-rt to President H-rr-s-n.
    • President H-rr-s-n to King H-mb-rt.
    • King H-mb-rt to President H-rr-s-n.
    • President H-rr-s-n to King H-mb-rt.
    • THINGS ONE WOULD(N'T) RATHER HAVE LEFT UNSAID.
  • ALL ADRIFT; OR, THREE MEN IN A PUNT.
    • ALL ADRIFT!
  • CHILD'S CHIT-CHAT.
    • (Possibly written for proposed insertion in certain of Mr. Punch's Feminine Contemporaries.)
      • "PEACE."
    • "PEACE."
  • ROBERT AT THE DARBY.
    • THE SERGEANT-AT-ARMS' DREAM OF THE BAR OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
  • THE COLISEUM—AT CHICAGO!
    • (Imitated—at a respectful distance—from E.A. POE.)
      • "Bartered to make a Yankee Holiday."
    • "Bartered to make a Yankee Holiday."
    • OUR PARTICULAR TIP COMES OFF RIGHT!
    • UNCONSCIOUS CONFESSION.
  • ESSENCE OF PARLIAMENT.
    • EXTRACTED FROM THE DIARY OF TOBY, M.P.
    • OUR BOOKING-OFFICE.
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