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Identifier: punch08lemo
Title: Punch
Year: 1841 (1840s)
Authors: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870 Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887 Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880 Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874 Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), 1836-1917 Seaman, Owen
Publisher: [London : Punch Publications, etc.]
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young University

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te,CmiBjn ^aud went lut0 the Clty ,0 J,y u- Complaints ark made of the old ace of our line-of-battle SHIPS. They only want a new set of teeth to show to the enemy.New chess match between England and 1-raxce. England is wiiling to give up some of her Bishops for a ( K)night or two. R.UMOUHEI) DESTRUCTION OF THE PLASTER FIGURE OK GEORGE IV. AT Kings Cross—having long been in a dreadful state of mortar-Jication. Novel Rain-gauge. Professor II en slow says, that the best instrument for measuring the quantity of rain fallen during t he seaxon, is a Vaux _ , . [hall illumination lamp. gt. tfpprtan. The Clown at Astleys dhawn in a tub on the Thames bt twogeese. De pooie-tibus non e*t disputandum (You cant drive geese StinttaS. [ma tandem). Complaints made of a lake forming at the foot of Londo>bridge. Why didnt they put a golosh on the foot, to keep the water out : Ludicrous Mistake. A eoalheaver lately applied to the magistrate.*for a same c?r: iiicate to shoot—coals. -JrfL {i tek fs

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r% Bubbles of th.3 Sear.—The British and Foraign Destitute. ON THK MANAGEMENT OF THK SPONfiK. The best way to manage a sponge is to be at home only on coldshoulder days. A house in the country is a protection against thefrequent appearance of the sponge, especially if the omnibus fare isequal to a coffee-house dinner. Should the riding charge, however,he a p.:ite of soup under the price of an ordinary, the spongemay be looked for with certainty. An excellent mode of eradicatingthe sponge is to wear a temperance medal round your neck, whichwill e\cuse you placing anything stronger than toast-and-water uponthe table ; and as sponges are invariably wet and thrive like fungus,best in a cellar, you will find the pledge an admirable cold watercure. LICENSES. M ;mbers of Parliament have the privilege of abusing one another,without paying for the license. Retail beer-shops are licensed to be drunk on the premises ; and during the after-dinner sessions at tinOld Bailey, the Judges and Jury h

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Date: 2014-07-29 01:21:03

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