Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 105, September 30th 1893
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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 105, September 30th 1893

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  • Punch, or the London Charivari
  • Volume 105, September 30th 1893
    • edited by Sir Francis Burnand
    • BETWEEN FRIENDS.
  • "DUE SOUTH!"
  • SIR AQUARIUS TO THE RESCUE!
    • Or, The Valiant Knight of the Watering Pot, and the Laidly Dragon of London.
      • Air—"The Dragon of Wantley."
    • Air—"The Dragon of Wantley."
  • "QUITE AT HOME."
    • TURPIN AND TRAINS.
  • UNDER THE ROSE.
    • (A Story in Scenes.)
  • A STUDY IN PRESS-LAND.
    • "PIECE AND WAR!" AT DRURY LANE.
    • UNHAPPY INFLUENCE OF MODERN MUSIC-HALL MELODIES.
    • THE "FORLORN HOPE."
  • THE "FORLORN HOPE."
    • "BREEZES"
  • CROWNING THE EDIFICE.
    • (A Study Translated into English from Zolaesque.)
    • "MY CUMMERBUND."
    • A VERY GREAT MAN.
    • OUR BOOKING-OFFICE.
      • What the Vicar of Amesbury Inclines to Say.
    • What the Vicar of Amesbury Inclines to Say.
    • HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF.
  • ESSENCE OF PARLIAMENT.
    • EXTRACTED FROM THE DIARY OF TOBY, M.P.
  • WHO WOULD BE AN M.P.?
    • A Warning to Aspiring Legislators.
    • THE JOLLY YOUNG WATERMAIDS.
      • Transcriber's Note
    • Transcriber's Note
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