Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 1, October 23, 1841
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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 1, October 23, 1841

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  • PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI.
  • VOL. 1.
  • OCTOBER 23, 1841.
  • THE GREAT CREATURE.
    • ATRY-ANGLE.
  • PUNCH’S COMMISSION TO INQUIRE INTO THE GENERAL DISTRESS.
    • I.—Copy of a Letter from the Under Secretary of State to Punch.
      • II.—Copy of Punch’s Letter to the Under Secretary of State.
    • II.—Copy of Punch’s Letter to the Under Secretary of State.
    • REPORT ON THE PUBLIC DISTRESS.
      • To Her Majesty’s Secretary of State for the Home Department.
    • To Her Majesty’s Secretary of State for the Home Department.
    • THE TEA SERVICE ON SEA SERVICE.
  • THE HEIR OF APPLEBITE.
    • CHAPTER VII.
      • CONTAINS A VERY FAIR BILL OF FARE.
    • CONTAINS A VERY FAIR BILL OF FARE.
    • NEW WORKS NOW IN THE PRESS.
  • AMERICAN CONGRESS.
    • EPITAPH ON A CANDLE.
    • SIBTHORP ON BORTHWICK.
  • FIRE! FIRE!
    • A REMONSTRANCE WITH THE NINTH OF NOVEMBER.
    • AN APPROPRIATE GIFT.
    • NOT A STEP FA(R)THER.
    • A MALE DUE.
    • CURIOUS SYNONYMS.
    • HAPPY LAND!
    • THE NEW STATE STRETCHER.
    • “VERY LIKE A WHALE.”
    • ARRIVED AT LAST.
    • EPIGRAM.
  • THE PICTORIAL HISTORY OF PARLIAMENT.
  • THE PHYSIOLOGY OF THE LONDON MEDICAL STUDENT.
    • 4.—OF THE MANNER IN WHICH THE FIRST SEASON PASSES.
      • LETTER No. II.—(Copy.)
    • LETTER No. II.—(Copy.)
    • SOME THINGS TO WHICH THE IRISH WOULD NOT SWEAR.
    • COMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS BEFORE THEM.
  • HOSTILITIES IN PRIVATE LIFE.
  • GEOLOGY OF SOCIETY.
    • SECTION II.
    • THE WAPPING DELUGE.
    • SAVORY CON. BY COX.
  • PUNCH’S INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE.—No. V.
    • NATURAL HISTORY (Continued).
      • THE OPERA-DANCER (H. capernicus—CERITOE).
    • THE OPERA-DANCER (H. capernicus—CERITOE).
    • KIDNAPPING EXTRAORDINARY.
    • SONGS OF THE SEEDY.—No. V.
    • A PAIR OF DUCKS.
  • PUNCH’S THEATRE.
    • MARGARET MAYFIELD; OR, THE MURDER OF THE LONE FARM-HOUSE.
    • THE TWO LAST IMPORTANT SITTINGS.
    • SIBTHORPIAN PROBLEMS.
    • A SLAP AT JOHN CHINAMAN’S CHOPS.
    • HUME LEEDS—WAKLEY FOLLOWS.
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