Punch Or The London Charivari

Punch  Or  The London Charivari

Mr. Punch recommends you to vote for Cox. Mb. Cox has brought au action
against Mr. Punch. Mr. Cox, alleging that some of Mr. Punch's remarks upon him
are injurious, demands £50 as the price of such injury. Mr. Punch means to fight
him ...

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ISBN: OXFORD:555068570

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Punch

Punch

Toby and Punch . Waiting for you , Toby and away and away from him in
enlarging circles . He saw them Punch . Come and see us ! Come and see us !
Come and see us ! of all aspects and all shapes . He saw them ugly , handsome ,
Drag ...

Author: Mark Lemon

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105012077686

Category: Caricatures and cartoons

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Punch

Punch

Puncu observes that the paternal Government of France ( which “ But they shall
vote , ” storms Mr. Punch , in a fearful rage . “ It is obligingly interferes in
everything , from an astronomer's theories on the a woman's question . The
theatres are ...

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The History of Punch

The History of  Punch

By J. Mr. Punch By Harry Furniss xiv Leech Mr. Punch portrayed by Different
Portraits of Gladstone . Re - drawn by Hands Harry Furniss Ebenezer Landells 15
Maternal Solicitude . " By J. Leech Prospectus of Punch , Facsimile of A Word
with ...

Author: Marion Harry Spielmann

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ISBN: UCAL:B3543621

Category: Caricatures and cartoons

Page: 592

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Punch

Punch

What is Punch ? " his brother then asked . “ Do you mean Punch and Judy , or the
paper ? ” “ I mean what I ask , ” Punch said : “ What is Punch ? Like when we are
anything clever , or stupid , or lazy , or not proud ? ” Poor Ernest still could not ...

Author: Eliza Caroline Phillips

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ISBN: OXFORD:600060458

Category: Aunts

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American Punch

American Punch

MEN PUNCH southern soil ; and that , as English wit may in general be
compared to the heavier Port or Burgundy , - rich and unctious , the American is
rather like Champagı e , quick , irrepressible , sparkling , effervescent , explosive .
Another ...

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Melbourne Punch

Melbourne Punch

208 M E L B O U R N E PUNCH . Dec. 25 , 1873 . “ GOOSEY , GOOSEY ,
GANDER , Whither dost thou wander ? " - Old Song . I had a goose in my back
garden feeding , I cherished it with fond and anxious care , Hopeful in time that I
might be ...

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Punch in the Pulpit Second edition

Punch in the Pulpit     Second edition

there your friend , Mr. Fuscus , a grave divine , is lecturing on the beauties of
Punch ! This is Punch in the pulpit with a witness . Now I am not going to say that
this well - known character is no wit , and no just censor of the follies of the age ;
but I ...

Author: Philip Cater

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ISBN: BL:A0018783408

Category: Preaching

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Mr Punch s Pocket Ibsen

Mr  Punch s Pocket Ibsen

She ' s drinking my punch ! If she thinks I ' m going to stand this sort of thing , she '
s mistaken . I ' ll soon show her a Pill - Doctor is a very different kind of a person
from a mere Master Builder ! [ Hilda finishes the punch with an indefinable ...

Author: F. Anstey

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ISBN: UOM:39015002593666

Category: Parodies

Page: 228

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A Letter to Mark Lemon Esq Editor of Punch in vindication of the Black Country By J H Reprinted from the Midland Counties Express etc

A Letter to Mark Lemon Esq   Editor of    Punch     in vindication of the Black Country  By J  H  Reprinted     from the    Midland Counties Express     etc

The whole district ceased work to pay honor to that Queen , of whom “ Punch
said we are so ignorant that Her “ very name sounds strange and odd . ” Some
quarter of a million persons were on the route of the Royal procession , and so
warm ...

Author: J. H.

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Punch Or the London Charivari

Punch  Or the London Charivari

Volume XL (bound) from January 5, 1861 to June 29, 1861 Volume XLII from Jan 4 to June 28, 1862 Volume XLIII from July 5 to Dec 27, 1862 Volume XLV from July 4 to Dec 26, 1863 Volume XLVIII from July 4 to July 1, 1865 published in London, ...

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Volume XL (bound) from January 5, 1861 to June 29, 1861 Volume XLII from Jan 4 to June 28, 1862 Volume XLIII from July 5 to Dec 27, 1862 Volume XLV from July 4 to Dec 26, 1863 Volume XLVIII from July 4 to July 1, 1865 published in London, England.
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Punch

Punch

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ISBN: NWU:35556019820745

Category: English wit and humor

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Great Drawings and Illustrations from Punch 1841 1901

Great Drawings and Illustrations from Punch  1841 1901

192 drawings by 25 artists: Phiz, Leech, Tenniel, du Maurier, Sambourne.

Author: Stanley Appelbaum

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486241106

Category: Art

Page: 133

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192 drawings by 25 artists: Phiz, Leech, Tenniel, du Maurier, Sambourne.
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Punch

Punch

Through interviews and questionnaires with athletes, coaches, observers, and mental health professionals, Lawler examines the reasons why women participate in contact sports--and what they get out of them.

Author: Jennifer Lawler

Publisher: Wish Publishing

ISBN: 1930546505

Category: Social Science

Page: 152

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Through interviews and questionnaires with athletes, coaches, observers, and mental health professionals, Lawler examines the reasons why women participate in contact sports--and what they get out of them.
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How to Punch

How to Punch

This book will teach you the elements of the perfect punch, including: - How to make a fist and not break your fingers - Crashing in - Taking a punch - Striking first - A knockout blow Combining the best punching techniques from various ...

Author: Martin J Dougherty

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

ISBN: 9781466859654

Category: Sports & Recreation

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Punching. Although it seems like one of the simplest forms of self-defense, this ancient form of combat is actually more complex than you would ever imagine. Now, in this fully illustrated and easy-to-use book, the art of punching is decoded for readers everywhere. This book will teach you the elements of the perfect punch, including: - How to make a fist and not break your fingers - Crashing in - Taking a punch - Striking first - A knockout blow Combining the best punching techniques from various schools of martial arts, including karate, boxing, and Krav Maga, How to Punch by Martin J. Dougherty offers valuable advice for both the beginner and the experienced martial art practitioner who wants to learn about fighting.
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Mr Punch s Victorian Era

Mr  Punch s Victorian Era

Author: Punch (London, England)

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ISBN: HARVARD:HX16KX

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Poppa s Punch

Poppa s Punch

Author: Margaret Watts

Publisher: Blake Education

ISBN: 1865094188

Category: Readers (Primary)

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Punch and Shakespeare in the Victorian Era

Punch and Shakespeare in the Victorian Era

The English humour magazine Punch, or the London Charivari, which first appeared in 1841, quickly became something of a national institution with a large and multi-layered readership.

Author: Alan R. Young

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 3039110780

Category: Literary Criticism

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The English humour magazine Punch, or the London Charivari, which first appeared in 1841, quickly became something of a national institution with a large and multi-layered readership. Though comic in tone, Punch was deeply serious about upholding high literary and artistic standards, about dealing with serious subject-matter, and about attempting to nurture its readers' appreciation of the national drama and of Shakespeare's plays in particular. The author's detailed examination of Punch's constant advocacy of Shakespeare reveals telling new evidence concerning the ubiquitous presence of Shakespeare within Victorian culture. New research in the Punch archives and elsewhere also reveals the identities of many of the Punch authors and artists. The author shows how those who worked for Punch often subsumed their collective identities within the single persona of Mr. Punch, a fictional creation who repeatedly presents himself in both texts and graphics as a close friend and admirer of Shakespeare, a man able to remind Victorian readers constantly of the supreme literary and moral values represented by Shakespeare's works.
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