Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 104, March 4, 1893
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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 104, March 4, 1893

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  • PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI.
  • VOL. 104.
  • March 4, 1893.
  • A BALLAD OF WEALTHY WOOING.
    • BYE-ELECTION-OLOGY.
  • INDERWICKEDNESS.
  • LINES ON A LIFE-BELT.
  • The Musical Coster Craze.
  • LOVELY CHEESE! OR, A WELSH RARE-BIT.
  • THE MAN FROM BLANKLEYS.
    • "Sitting down heavily on a Settee."
  • HARE-ING HIS DIPLOMACY.
    • "Three Men in a boat."
    • Duet—Baron Cecil Stein and Lady Henry Bancroft Fairfax (with original model of Strasbourg Clock)—"Here we are again!"
    • Scent Zicka—from a (guilt)-stained-glass Russian window.
  • A LAST STRAW.
    • A REGULAR KNOUT AND KNOUTER!!!
  • Further Fall in Irish Stocks.
    • HISTORY CONTRADICTS ITSELF.
  • PUTTING IT PLEASANTLY.
  • WAGES.
  • "Down Among the Dead Men."
    • PUTTING IT PLEASANTLY!
    • A TRUSTY KNIGHT.
  • MR. PUNCH'S CHILD'S GUIDE TO KNOWLEDGE.
  • NEW (NORWEGIAN) NONSENSE VERSE.
    • "IL Y EN A TOUJOURS UN QUI AIME—ET L'AUTRE QUI TEND LA JOUE."
  • ESSENCE OF PARLIAMENT.
    • THE POLITICAL FANCY DRESS BALL AT COVENT GARDEN.
    • Harry'd H-rry Ch-pl-n, as he appeared when meditating on Bimetallistic and Agricultural Distress.
    • "THE WESTMINSTER PLAY."
    • A Feature of the Debate.
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