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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 93, December 17, 1887

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  • PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI.
  • Volume 93
  • December 17th 1887
    • edited by Sir Francis Burnand
    • THE LETTER-BAG OF TOBY, M.P.
  • THE STRAIGHT TIP.
    • (To All whom it may concern.)
  • THEATRICAL RECIPROCITY.
  • Fling at Fair-Traders.
    • Duet in the "Tempest." Stephano and Trinculo.
    • A MALADE IMAGINAIRE.
  • ALTERAM PARTEM.
    • "Re-Joyce!"
  • A RASHER THEORY OF BACON.
    • "M. LE PRÉSIDENT FAUTE-DE-MIEUX."
  • SOCIETY SIBYLS.
  • 'ARRY ON HIS CRITICS.
  • WELL PROTECTED;
    • OR, WHAT IT WILL COME TO.
  • To the Modern Men of Gotham.
  • OUR CHRISTMAS BOOKING-OFFICE.
    • (Air—"Zurich's Fair Waters.")
    • (Air—"The Flowers that bloom.")
    • (Chorus to "En revenant de la Revue.")
    • (Air—"John Peel.")
    • (Air—"The Jolly Young Waterman.")
    • The exhausted Poet addresses Mr. Punch.
  • QUITE CHRISTMASSY.
    • SOCIETY'S NEW PET.
  • "QUITE ENGLISH, YOU KNOW."
    • (Latest Version, as sung by President Cleveland.)
    • Chorus.
    • Chorus.
    • Chorus.
    • Chorus.
    • "QUITE ENGLISH, YOU KNOW."
    • Chorus.
    • Chorus.
  • THE PLUCK OF GGGRRANDDDOLLLMANN'S CAMP.
    • (A Story of the Welsh Gold Fields.)
    • THE NEW SHYLOCK.
  • A Cry from the Counting-House.
    • English Clerk loquitur:—
    • A FESTIVE PROSPECT!
  • ADDIO, ADELINA!
  • THE FISTIC CRACK, SMITH.
    • Air—"The Village Blacksmith."
  • BACON v. SHAKSPEARE.
    • I.
    • II.
    • SEVERAL ROUNDS.
  • THE PROFESSOR AT THE DINNER-TABLE.
  • VOCES POPULI.
    • At the Speaking-Tube.
    • At another Table.
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