Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 99, August 23, 1890
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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 99, August 23, 1890

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  • PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI.
  • Vol. 99.
  • August 23, 1890.
  • NOVELTY UP TO DATE.
    • ACT I.
      • Act II.—Interior of the Palace of Elsinore, near Edinburgh, arranged for Private Theatricals. MACCLAUDIUS, MACGERTRUDE and Court seated, with TELMAH acting as Prompter.
      • ACT III.—The Military Tournament at the Agricultural Hall, Elsinore, near Edinburgh, TELMAH, and MACLAERTES, discovered fencing.
    • Act II.—Interior of the Palace of Elsinore, near Edinburgh, arranged for Private Theatricals. MACCLAUDIUS, MACGERTRUDE and Court seated, with TELMAH acting as Prompter.
    • ACT III.—The Military Tournament at the Agricultural Hall, Elsinore, near Edinburgh, TELMAH, and MACLAERTES, discovered fencing.
  • PROS AND CONS OF FOREIGN TRAVEL.
    • (By a Hesitating Trippist.)
    • AN OBJECT OF COMPASSION.
  • VOCES POPULI.
    • COCKNEY COQUETRY: A STUDY IN REGENT'S PARK.
      • SCENE—Near the Band-Stand. TIME—7 P.M. on a Sunday in August.
      • CHARACTERS.
    • SCENE—Near the Band-Stand. TIME—7 P.M. on a Sunday in August.
    • CHARACTERS.
  • THE GROAN OF THE "GROWLER."
    • A CONTENTED MIND.
  • TO A FEATHER-HEADED POET.
  • A VERY SHORT HOLIDAY.
    • (By One who enjoyed it.)
  • IN THE KNOW.
    • (By Mr. Punch's Own Prophet.)
      • (I.) Buenos Ayres, Monday.
      • (II.) Buenos Ayres, Monday.
      • (III.) Guatemala, Sunday.
      • (IV.) San Salvador, Sunday.
    • (I.) Buenos Ayres, Monday.
    • (II.) Buenos Ayres, Monday.
    • (III.) Guatemala, Sunday.
    • (IV.) San Salvador, Sunday.
  • THE REAL GRIEVANCE OFFICE.
    • (Before Mr. Commissioner Punch.)
      • An Engineer Officer, R.N., introduced.
    • An Engineer Officer, R.N., introduced.
    • DIGNITY IN DISTRESS.
  • MIGHT BE BETTER!
  • LITTERÆ INHUMANIORES.
    • (Selected from the Projected International Schoolboy Correspondence.)
    • From TOMMY, Eton, to JULES, Lycée Henri IV.
    • From JULES, Lycée Henri IV., to TOMMY, Eton.
    • MIGHT BE BETTER!
  • TO CANADA.
  • A NATIONAL APPEAL.
  • MR. JOSKINS BUYS A BOOK ON HORSEBREAKING, AND TRIES HIS HAND.
  • THE LESSON OF THE SEASON.
    • IMITATION THE SINCEREST FLATTERY.
  • JOHN HENRY NEWMAN.
    • BORN, FEBRUARY 21, 1801. DIED AUGUST 11, 1890.
  • FEE VERY SIMPLE.
    • A PLEASANT PROSPECT!
  • THE JACKDAW.
    • (Imitated from Edgar Poe, by an Indignant "Obstructive.")
  • ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
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