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Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 93, November 26, 1887

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  • PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI.
  • Volume 93
  • November 26, 1887.
  • PAPERS FROM PUMP-HANDLE COURT.
    • A Recollection of the Long Vacation.
  • "The Grand Old Man" in December.—Father Christmas.
    • THE LETTER-BAG OF TOBY M.P.
    • By-the-Sea, Saturday.
  • THE WAIL OF THE WIRE.
    • (With apologies to the Poet.)
    • "It is stated that Mr. Swinburne's new poem was cabled to New York."
  • May in November.
    • (At the Royalty Theatre.)
    • "In the Press."—Mr. O'Brien's clothes.
  • 'TWILL ILLUME.
    • (Poe applied.)
    • THE NE PLUS ULTRA.
    • "'Twas in Trafalgar's Square."
  • "SPECIAL" REASONS:
    • Or, Why They were "Sworn In."
  • Mem. by a Hater of Premature "Christmassing."
    • ON A RECENT CASTING VOTE.
  • OUR BOOKING-OFFICE.
  • Albert Hall Concert, Wed., Nov. 16.
  • L. C. & D. v. S. E.
  • OUR DEBATING CLUB.
    • Pinceney, our President.
    • Our Vice-President.
    • Our Honorary Secretary.
  • SO SEASONABLE, YOU KNOW.
  • To the Unemployed.
  • The Powers that Be.
    • THE "PONDS ASINORUM" AGAIN!
  • EXTRA SPECIAL.
  • PROMENADING.
    • THE GRAND OLD JANUS.
  • 'ARRY ON LAW AND ORDER!
  • TO HIS MISTRESS.
  • AMERICAN CHORUS.
    • PROBABLE PICTURES FOR CHRISTMAS NUMBERS
    • LADY MACBETH.
    • SHYLOCK; or, The Masher of Venice.
  • THE WOES OF THE WATER CONSUMER.
  • KEPT IN;
  • OR, THE LEAGUER BELEAGUERED.
    • A Right-thinking Radical requests information.
    • An Unfeeling Unionist answers him—
    • The Right-thinking Radical expresses surprise at the intelligence—
    • The Unfeeling Unionist rejoins—
    • The Right-thinking Radical proceeds with his questionings—
    • The Unfeeling Unionist replies—
    • The Right-thinking Radical plies him once again—
    • The Unfeeling Unionist ends the colloquy—
    • "'HAD HIM THERE!"
  • ALMOST TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE.
  • THE PHILOSOPHER'S STONE.
    • (A Cosmos Story.)
    • Chapter I.
    • Chapter II.
    • Chapter III.
    • Chapter IV.
  • A LITERARY FIND.
    • Scene from Act I.—Romeo's Garden in Kent. Romeo, Bernardo.
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