Punch, or the London Charivari, January 5th, 1895
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Punch, or the London Charivari, January 5th, 1895

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  • PUNCH   VOL CVIII The Double Event 1894. — 1895.
    • A Midsummer Day-dream, and its waking Sequel.
  • PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI Volume 108, January 5, 1895. edited by Sir Francis Burnand
    • MR. PUNCH WELCOMES THE NEW YEAR.
    • PROTEST FROM THE PLAYGROUND.
      • SPORT IN COURT.
        • A VIEW HALLOO. (Hounds at fault.)
      • A VIEW HALLOO. (Hounds at fault.)
      • SPORT IN COURT;
        • COMBINATION COSTUMES FOR COVENT GARDEN. "THE TWENTY-FIRST OF DECEMBER!"
      • COMBINATION COSTUMES FOR COVENT GARDEN. "THE TWENTY-FIRST OF DECEMBER!"
      • NEW YEAR NOTIONS.
      • THE MODERN THEATRE LAUGH.
      • NEW YEAR.
      • A VITAL QUESTION.
      • "SHOULD CHRISTMAS BE ABOLISHED?"
      • "Look what I've bought you for a Christmas Box!"
    • SPORT IN COURT.
      • A VIEW HALLOO. (Hounds at fault.)
    • A VIEW HALLOO. (Hounds at fault.)
    • SPORT IN COURT;
      • COMBINATION COSTUMES FOR COVENT GARDEN. "THE TWENTY-FIRST OF DECEMBER!"
    • COMBINATION COSTUMES FOR COVENT GARDEN. "THE TWENTY-FIRST OF DECEMBER!"
    • NEW YEAR NOTIONS.
    • THE MODERN THEATRE LAUGH.
    • NEW YEAR.
    • A VITAL QUESTION.
    • "SHOULD CHRISTMAS BE ABOLISHED?"
    • "Look what I've bought you for a Christmas Box!"
    • THE CHRONICLES OF A RURAL PARISH.
      • AFTER THE POLL.
      • A GLAD NEW YEAR.
      • THE PROBLEM PLAY.
      • THE OLD FERRYMAN'S NEW FARE.
    • AFTER THE POLL.
    • A GLAD NEW YEAR.
    • THE PROBLEM PLAY.
    • THE OLD FERRYMAN'S NEW FARE.
    • THE WINTER ACADEMY OF 1995.
      • THE NEW PASSENGER.
      • AN "OLD MASTER'S" GROWL.
    • THE NEW PASSENGER.
    • AN "OLD MASTER'S" GROWL.
    • HOW TO WRITE AN EXTRA NUMBER.
      • "YOU CAME TO TEA."
      • THE SHAKSPEARE LESSON.
    • "YOU CAME TO TEA."
    • THE SHAKSPEARE LESSON.
    • THE POLITE GUIDE TO THE CIVIL SERVICE.
      • TO ALTHEA.—(Out of Town.)
    • TO ALTHEA.—(Out of Town.)
    • "RICHARD HIMSELF AGAIN."
      • WHY DOST THOU SING?
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