Sunday, 3 January 2010

July-Dec 1843, p251 - The Great Prize Alderman Show

ARTIST:
John Leech

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CAPTION:
THE GREAT PRIZE ALDERMAN SHOW

OTHER:
FED UPON TURTLE

ALD. WADDLE
AGED 49
FED ON
TURTLE .2601.tt
TURBOT.1800
VENISON.6002
MADE DISHES 1001
WEIGHT 40 ST.

ALD. GOBLE
AGED.61
FED ON
TURTLE 2[?]87
VENISON [???]
WEIGHT
38 ST.

July-Dec 1843, p241 - "Portraits of Statesmen"

ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
"PORTRAITS OF STATESMEN."
By Lord B—

OTHER:
for Mr. Tait

July-Dec 1843, p231 - Prince Albert The British Farmer

ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
PRINCE ALBERT THE BRITISH FARMER
"Prince Albert has turned his attention to the promotion of agriculture; and if you have seen, as most probably you have, an account of the sale of Prince Albert's stock, and the prices they fetched, I have not the slightest doubt you will give one cheer more to PRINCE ALBERT AS A BRITISH FARMER." - Sir Robert Peel's Speech at Tamworth, October 2, 1843

July-Dec 1843. p209 - The Guy Mayor's Day


ARTIST:
John Leech

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CAPTION:
THE GUY MAYOR'S DAY

CHORUS OF ALDERMEN

Please to remember
The Ninth of November,
A new Lord Mayor we have got;
We know no reason,
When turtle's in season,
Why dinner should be forgot.

OTHER:
Domine Dirige Nos

Saturday, 28 November 2009

July-Dec 1843, p199 - The Irish Frankenstein

ARTIST:
Kenny Meadows

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CAPTION:
THE IRISH FRANKENSTEIN

OTHER:
REPALE [ie. repeal]

July-Dec 1843, p179 - Prince Albert's Studio

ARTIST:
John Leech

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CAPTION:
PRINCE ALBERT'S STUDIO

OTHER:
ALBERT'S OWN

11th HUSSARS

QUEEN'S OWN

July-Dec 1843, p169 - Crusoe and his Man Friday

ARTIST:
R. J. Hamerton

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CAPTION:
CRUSOE AND HIS MAN FRIDAY

July-Dec 1843, p159 - The Image Seller


ARTIST:
John Leech

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CAPTION:
THE IMAGE SELLER

"Who'll Buy? Image! Fine image! Who'll buy?"

July-Dec 1843, p149 - Punch on his Canvass

ARTIST:
John Leech

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CAPTION:
PUNCH ON HIS CANVASS

OTHER:
VOTE AND INTEREST PUNCH FOR CITY

Wednesday, 25 November 2009

July-Dec 1843, p139 - The Temperance Guy Fawkes

ARTIST:
Kenny Meadows

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CAPTION:
THE TEMPERANCE GUY FAWKES

AT THE LONDON DOCKS

July-Dec 1843, p129 - The Magic Mirror

ARTIST:
R. J. Hamerton

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CAPTION:
THE MAGIC MIRROR

"Hope told a flattering tale." — Old Song

July-Dec 1843, p119 - Royal Mesmerism

ARTIST:
R. J. Hamerton

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CAPTION:
ROYAL MESMERISM

BEING A FRENCH VERSION OF VICTORIA'S VISIT TO FRANCE

OTHER:
Commercial Treaty in favor of England

July-Dec 1843, p109 - Recess Recreations

ARTIST:
'Shallabala' (R. J. Hamerton)

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CAPTION:
RECESS RECREATIONS

TRYING TO BAG THE IRISH WILD GOOSE

OTHER:
REPEAL

IRELAND

Monday, 16 November 2009

July-Dec 1843, p99 - A Scene in Westminster Circus


ARTIST:
John Leech

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CAPTION:
A SCENE IN WESTMINSTER CIRCUS

CLOWN TO THE RING (loq.) - "NOW, MR. WELLINGTON, is there anything I can run for to fetch - for to come - for to go - for to carry - for to bring - for to take," &c. &c. &c.

OTHER:
Hear Hear

July-Dec 1843, p89 - King O'Connell at Tara

ARTIST:
'Shallabala' (R. J. Hamerton)

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CAPTION:
KING O'CONNELL AT TARA

OTHER:
KING DAN FOR EVER

DANS PARLIAMENT
PAY Here

NATIONAL

JUSTICE to IRELAND

DAN'S Allowance

CRATER COMFORT

BUTTER MILK

British Constitution

ROYAL PLUNDER CHEST NO.37 [?]

Monday, 9 November 2009

July-Dec 1843, p79 - "The Great Wizard of the North"

ARTIST:
'Shallabala' (R. J. Hamerton)

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CAPTION:
"THE GREAT WIZARD OF THE NORTH,"
Performing his celebrated trick of
POURING FOUR DIFFERENT LIQUIDS FROM ONE BOTTLE

July-Dec 1843, p68 - The Shadow Dance

ARTIST:
'Shallabala' (R. J. Hamerton)

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CAPTION:
THE SHADOW DANCE
(From the ballet of "Ondine" a little altered.)
Principal Dancer . . . . . . MR. D. O'C—L.

OTHER:
BLARNEY

REPEAL

Wednesday, 4 November 2009

July-Dec 1843, p59 - The "Satisfaction" of a "Gentleman" (Cartoon No.VI.)

ARTIST:
John Leech

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CAPTION:
THE "SATISFACTION" OF A "GENTLEMAN"


OTHER:
TO NEWGATE

THE NEAREST WAY TO CEMETERY

July-Dec 1843, p49 - Capital and Labour (Cartoon No.V.)

ARTIST:
'Shallabala' (R. J. Hamerton)

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CAPTION:
CAPITAL AND LABOUR

OTHER:
Chub

Brama

Gold

Saturday, 24 October 2009

July-Dec 1843, p39 - King Arthur's Court (Cartoon No.IV.)

ARTIST:
H.G. Hine

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CAPTION:
KING ARTHUR'S COURT

OTHER:
TWADDLE

PETITIONING
A FARCE

By John Bull

Enacted at the THEATRE ROYAL WESTMINSTER

DRAMATIS PERSO...

KING ARTHUR

Sr(?) PEEL

PEERS, Members, People

July-Dec 1843, p35 -John Bull's Idol (Cartoon No.III.)


ARTIST:
Kenny Meadows

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CAPTION:
JOHN BULL'S IDOL!

OTHER:
HONI SOIT QUI .... PEN...

dedication

Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Monday, 19 October 2009

July-Dec 1843, p15 - The Irish Ogre Fattening on the Finest Pisantry


ARTIST:
'Shallabala' (R. J. Hamerton)

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CAPTION:
THE IRISH OGRE FATTENING ON THE FINEST PISANTRY

OTHER:
Finest Pisantry in the World

AGITATION SOUP

RINT

REPEAL

July-Dec 1843, p5 - Rebecca and Her Daughters

ARTIST:
John Leech

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CAPTION:
REBECCA AND HER DAUGHTERS

Tolltaker . . . SIR R. P—L Irish Rebecca . . . . D
—L O'C—L. Rebecca's Daughters by MEMBERS OF THE REPEAL ASS—N.

OTHER:
ROBERT PEEL

CHURCH RATE

UNION

TITHES

POOR LAWS

RINT

Monday, 5 October 2009

Jan-June 1843, p247 - Triumphal entry into London of the King of Hanover (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXXXII)

ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
TRIUMPHAL ENTRY INTO LONDON OF THE KING OF HANOVER

Jan-June 1843, p237 - Smelling a Rat (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXXXI)

ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
SMELLING A RAT

- "They (the AGRICULTURISTS) smelt a rat, but did not known where to put their hand upon it. He would tell them where the rat was - It was in the Canadian Corn." - MR. THOMAS DUNCOMBE'S SPEECH, May 26, 1843

OTHER:
CANADA CORN

Jan-June 1843, p227 - The Financial Dunce (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXXX)

ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
THE FINANCIAL DUNCE

OTHER:
DEFICIT
£2000000

Rat. 47,640000
Rec. 456000000
Dep. 2,040,000

Jan-June 1843, p217 - Genuine Agitation (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXXIX)

ARTIST:
H.G.Hine

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CAPTION:
GENUINE AGITATION.
(A Scene from Shakespeare's JULIUS CAESAR)

Ghost of Caesar. D—E OF W
—N.
Brutus. MR. D. O'C
—N—L.

Brutus. "Why comest thou?"

Ghost. "To tell thou shalt see me at Philippi."

OTHER:
DEBATE MAY 9TH.

REPEAL

REVOLUTION

AGITATION

Jan-June 1843, p207 - The Modern Maceath (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXXVIII)


ARTIST:
Kenny Meadows

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CAPTION:
THE MODERN MACHEATH.

Lucy. MISS AGRICULTURE.
Polly. MISS MANUFACTURE
Capt. Macheath. . . . . SIR R. P—L.

"How happy could I be with either," &c.


OTHER:
AGRICULTURE

MANUFACTURE

Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Jan-June 1843, p197 - The Original Industrious Flea (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXXVII)

ARTIST:
John Leech

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CAPTION:
THE ORIGINAL INDUSTRIOUS FLEA.

(Kindly suggested by SIR EDWARD SUGDEN)

Jan-June 1843, p187 - After the originals in the Queen's collection (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXXVI)

ARTIST:
H.G.Hine

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CAPTION:
AFTER THE ORIGINALS IN THE QUEEN'S COLLECTION

OTHER:
£6000000

CHINESE RANSOM

TORYISM

EXCHEQUER BILLS

What's o clock

PROCLAM

LIGHT GOLD

GOLD DUST

LANCETORSE [?]

INCOME TAX

1000000

INCOME TAX ESTIMATED
£3000000

INCOME TAX REALISED
£6954000..2.[?]

Jan-June 1843, p177 - A Scene at Greenwich Fair (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXXV)

ARTIST:
John Leech

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CAPTION:
A SCENE AT GREENWICH FAIR.

A Game of " Knock 'em down."

OTHER:
GLACIARIUM ON SLIDING SCALE

TO BE SEEN HERE
THE GATES OF SOMNAUTH

Tuesday, 22 September 2009

Jan-June 1843, p167 - Post-Office robbery (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXXIV)


ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
POST-OFFICE ROBBERY

OTHER:
DOWNING STREET

PARLIAMENT STREET

ONE PENNY

NEW POST OFFICE

1D ALL THE WAY

CONDUCTOR NO.1

ROWLAND HILL

Jan-June 1843, p157 - Punch received at the Tuileries (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXXIII)

ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
PUNCH RECEIVED AT THE TUILERIES

Jan-June 1843, p147 - Sancho Panza tossed in a blanket (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXXII)


ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
SANCHO PANZA TOSSED IN A BLANKET

OPTION:
Mr Stansfield

Mr BRIGHT

PUBLIC OPINION

Dear Mr. Bright

Jan-June 1843, p137 - Portraits of the Writers and Artists of Punch (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXXI)

ARTIST:
H.G.Hine

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CAPTION:
PORTRAITS OF THE WRITERS AND ARTISTS OF PUNCH.

TAKEN EXPRESSLY FOR THE FIRST OF APRIL

OTHER:
KANT

MONEY BOX

AQUA FORTIS

VINEGAR

Jan-June 1843, p127 - A Scene from Romeo and Juliet (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXX)

ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
A SCENE FROM ROMEO AND JULIET —

AS PLAYED IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS

NURSE, by the D—e of W—n.
PETER, by L
—d B—m.
Nurse.
— My Fan, Peter.

Jan-June 1843, p117 - Brougham and the Civic Giants (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXIX)

ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
BROUGHAM AND THE CIVIC GIANTS

"A few nights ago he made dreadful sparring with his old civic friends, the Guildhall Giants." - Vide page 116.

Jan-June 1843, p107 - A Pleasant Position (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXVIII)

ARTIST:
H.G.Hine

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CAPTION:
A PLEASANT POSITION.

Sketched in the House of Commons, Friday, February 17th, 1843

OTHER:
I am not responsible

GUNPOWDER

ANTI CORN LAW LEAGUE

Jan-June 1843, p97 - The "Christian" Bayadere Worshipping the Idol "Siva" (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXVII)

ARTIST:
Kenny Meadows

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CAPTION:
THE "CHRISTIAN" BAYADERE WORSHIPPING THE IDOL "SIVA."

"It implieth no countenance shown to Hindooism by the Governor-General, than whom a more pious Christian did not exist."
Lord Brougham in the House of Peers.


OTHER:
THE INSULT OF 8 HUNDRED YEARS IS AVENGED

Jan-June 1843, p87 - The Charity Ball (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXVI)


ARTIST:
John Leech

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CAPTION:
THE CHARITY BALL

Having purchased a ticket for a Charity Ball, you are deluded by the promise of a pretty Partner to waltz, and are victimized as above.

Monday, 21 September 2009

Jan-June 1843, p77 - Punch turned out of France! (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXV)

ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
PUNCH TURNED OUT OF FRANCE!
"I have this moment, in a half-tempest, arrived from Boulogne - thrust from the port by the point of the sword. Yes; it is true - Punch is no longer to be admitted into France." Vide page 75.

OTHER:
MAGNET
for LONDON

PUNCH
Passenger for Boulogne

Jan-June 1843, p67 - The First Tooth (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXIV)

ARTIST:
Kenny Meadows

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CAPTION:
THE FIRST TOOTH

Jan-June 1843, p57 - The Queen's Speech (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXIII)

ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
THE QUEEN'S SPEECH


OTHER:
PEACE WITH CHINA

GLORY IN INDIA

GLORIOUS HARVEST

Assurances of Peace from all Powers

Asking for supplies

INCOME TAX

QUEEN'S SPEECH

Jan-June 1843, p47 - The "Milk" of Poor-Law Kindness (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXII)

ARTIST:
Kenny Meadows; Ebeneezer Landells

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CAPTION:
THE "MILK" OF POOR-LAW "KINDNESS."

Jan-June 1843, p37 - The "Repeal Farce" (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LXI)


ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
THE "REPEAL FARCE;"

OR, MOTHER GOOSE AND THE GOLDEN EGGS

OTHER:
BLIND BEGGAR
Good Entertainment
for Man & Baste

AGITATION

DERRYNANE

REPEAL ASSOCIATION

REPEAL

UNION

RINT

Jan-June 1843, p27 - Private Opinions (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LX)

ARTIST:
Alfred Crowquill

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CAPTION:
PRIVATE OPTIONS

GENTS. - "Did you ever see a rhinoceros?" - RHINOCEROS. - "Vell, I never seed sich monkeys!"

OTHER:
BITE

ASSES MILK
TAX

Jan-June 1843, p17 - Royal Nursery Rhymes (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LIX)


ARTIST:
Ebeneezer Landells

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CAPTION:
ROYAL NURSERY RHYMES
Young Mother Hubbard she went to the cupboard
To give her poor dog a bone;
But when she got there the cupboard was bare,
And so the poor dog had none.

OTHER:
TARIFF

INCOME TAX

July-Dec 1842, p253 - The Presentation of the Chinese Ambassador (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LVIII)

ARTIST:
John Leech; Ebeneezer Landsells

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CAPTION:
THE PRESENTATION OF THE CHINESE AMBASSADOR