Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 1, July 24, 1841
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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 1, July 24, 1841

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  • PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI.
  • VOL. 1.
  • JULY 24, 1841.
  • A MODEST METHOD OF FORMING A NEW BUDGET
    • SO AS TO PROVIDE FOR THE DEFICIENCY OF THE REVENUE.
    • WHIG-WAGGERIES.
    • COURT CIRCULAR.
    • AN AN-TEA ANACREONTIC.—No. 2.
  • SPORTING.
    • THE KNOCKER HUNT.
      • STENOTYPOGRAPHY.
    • STENOTYPOGRAPHY.
  • SERAPHINA POPPS;
    • OR, THE BEAUTY OF BLOOMSBURY.
    • NEWS OF EXTRAORDINARY INTEREST.
    • “MORE WAYS THAN ONE,” &c.
    • A CON. BY TOM COOKE.
    • MONSIEUR JULLIEN.
    • CLAR’ DE KITCHEN.
    • A PARTY OF MEDALLERS.
  • A CHAPTER ON BOOTS.
    • WELLINGTONS.
      • BLUCHERS.
      • ANKLE-JACKS,
      • HESSIANS,
      • TOPS! TOPS!! TOPS!!!
    • BLUCHERS.
    • ANKLE-JACKS,
    • HESSIANS,
    • TOPS! TOPS!! TOPS!!!
    • HINTS ON MELO-DRAMATIC MUSIC.
    • THE RISING SUN.
  • THE PUNCH CORRESPONDENCE.
    • CHARACTERISTIC CORRESPONDENCE.
  • PUNCH AND PEEL.
    • Arcades ambo.
  • PUNCH’S PENCILLINGS.—No. II.
  • THE ELECTION OF BALLINAFAD.
    • (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.)
    • EPIGRAM.
    • CONUNDRUMS BY COL. SIBTHORP.
    • EPIGRAM ON SEEING AN EXECUTION.
    • FASHIONABLE ARRIVALS.
    • THE POET FOILED.
    • ECCLESIASTICAL TRANSPORTATION.
    • EPIGRAM.
    • CONSISTENCY.
  • THE SAILOR’S SECRET.
    • SONGS FOR THE SENTIMENTAL.
      • No. II.
    • No. II.
    • “SYLLABLES WHICH BREATHE OF THE SWEET SOUTH.”
    • MARRIAGE AND CHRISTENING EXTRAORDINARY.
    • OMINOUS.
  • CROSS READINGS.
    • A CON. BY DUNCOMBE.
    • A WOOD CUT.
    • REVENGE IS SWEET.
    • “WHAT HO! APOTHECARY.”
    • QUESTION BY THE DISOWNED OF NOTTINGHAM.
    • ANSWER BY COLONEL SIBTHORP.
    • REVIEW.
    • TO THE LAUGHTER-LOVING PUBLIC.
    • CHANT.
      • TO OLD FATHER TIME.
    • TO OLD FATHER TIME.
  • THE DRAMA
    • ROMEO AND JULIET.
    • MY FRIEND THE CAPTAIN.
    • LITERARY QUERIES AND REPLIES
      • QUESTION BY SIR EDWARD LYTTON BULWER, BART,
      • ANSWER BY THEODORE HOOK.
      • QUESTION BY LADY BLESSINGTON,
      • ANSWER BY LADY MORGAN.
    • QUESTION BY SIR EDWARD LYTTON BULWER, BART,
    • ANSWER BY THEODORE HOOK.
    • QUESTION BY LADY BLESSINGTON,
    • ANSWER BY LADY MORGAN.
    • A SPEECH FROM THE HUSTINGS.
    • FASHIONABLE MOVEMENTS.
    • EPIGRAM ON A VERY LARGE WOMAN.
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