Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 104, April 1, 1893
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Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 104, April 1, 1893

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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 104, April 1, 1893, by Various, Edited by Francis Burnand
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  • PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI.
    • Volume 104, APRIL 1, 1893.
      • edited by Sir Francis Burnand
    • edited by Sir Francis Burnand
    • THE BUBBLE SHOP; OR, "ONLY HIS PLAY."
      • A Liberator Lay.
        • ASSISTED EDUCATION.
      • ASSISTED EDUCATION.
    • A Liberator Lay.
      • ASSISTED EDUCATION.
    • ASSISTED EDUCATION.
    • THE VILLAGE BEAUTY AND THE RIVAL SWAINS.
      • An Easter Eclogue.
      • A Genuine Philanthropist.
      • On the Second Reading of the Home-Rule Bill.
        • (By a Rebellious Rad.)
      • (By a Rebellious Rad.)
      • A Tip in Time.
    • An Easter Eclogue.
    • A Genuine Philanthropist.
    • On the Second Reading of the Home-Rule Bill.
      • (By a Rebellious Rad.)
    • (By a Rebellious Rad.)
    • A Tip in Time.
    • AT THE CONFECTIONER'S.
      • (A Sketch on Saturday Afternoon.)
      • A BROTHERLY LECTURE.
    • (A Sketch on Saturday Afternoon.)
    • A BROTHERLY LECTURE.
    • ROBERT AT THE BOAT-RACE.
      • THE WAY TO GET ON.
    • THE WAY TO GET ON.
    • A DELICATE QUESTION.
    • HOLIDAY TASKS FOR THE RECESS.
    • BEHIND THE SCENES.
    • TO MOLLY—AN APRIL FOOL.
    • THE TELEPHONIC LOVE-SONG.
      • ["Lovemaking by telephone has now become quite common."—Daily Paper.]
    • ["Lovemaking by telephone has now become quite common."—Daily Paper.]
    • GEE HO, GOSCHEN!
      • Jokim (singing his Agricultooral-looralist lay).
    • Jokim (singing his Agricultooral-looralist lay).
    • EASTER REGULATIONS FOR VOLUNTEERS.
    • AN ELIGIBLE PARTI.
    • THOSE SILENT BOOTS.
      • Burglar's Ballad. Air—"Those Evening Bells."
    • Burglar's Ballad. Air—"Those Evening Bells."
    • "ART, HOW SHE IS LEARNED."
      • FORTUNE'S FOOL.
    • FORTUNE'S FOOL.
    • QUITE A CHIC CARGO!
    • TWEEDLEDUM AND TWEEDLEDEE.
    • ESSENCE OF PARLIAMENT.
      • EXTRACTED FROM THE DIARY OF TOBY, M.P.
      • "CATCHING VOTES."
        • (Suggested by the Picture "Catching Flies.")
      • (Suggested by the Picture "Catching Flies.")
      • POPPING THE QUESTIONS;
        • Or, Scene from old Burlesque of "Obstruction" as revived at St. Stephen's Theatre Royal.
        • Transcriber's Note:
      • Or, Scene from old Burlesque of "Obstruction" as revived at St. Stephen's Theatre Royal.
      • Transcriber's Note:
    • EXTRACTED FROM THE DIARY OF TOBY, M.P.
    • "CATCHING VOTES."
      • (Suggested by the Picture "Catching Flies.")
    • (Suggested by the Picture "Catching Flies.")
    • POPPING THE QUESTIONS;
      • Or, Scene from old Burlesque of "Obstruction" as revived at St. Stephen's Theatre Royal.
      • Transcriber's Note:
    • Or, Scene from old Burlesque of "Obstruction" as revived at St. Stephen's Theatre Royal.
    • Transcriber's Note:
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