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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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

July-Dec 1842, p243 - Social Miseries - No.14 (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LVII)

ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
HAVING sent up a letter to your landlady, saying you will return to town with your country friend and agent, at half-past six on Monday next; and requesting that she will not fail to have a good fire and warm cup of tea prepared against your arrival. - You return, after a six hours' journey outside the Highflyer, on one of the coldest and wettest days in November, and find that your letter has miscarried, and you and your friend are in the above pretty predicament.

Wednesday, 16 September 2009

July-Dec 1842, p233 Social Miseries - No.13 (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LVI)

ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
"Are you the young man who threatened to pull my nose?"

July-Dec 1842, p223 - Belisarius Redivivus (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LV)

ARTIST:
unknown

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CAPTION:
BELISARIUS REDIVIVUS
"Please to remember the poor."

OTHER:
VAGRANTS
R. PEEL

WHIGGISM

July-Dec 1842, p213 - Illustrations of Humbug - No.1 (PUNCH'S PENCILLINGS. NO.LIV)

ARTIST:
John Leech; Ebeneezer Landsells

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CAPTION:
"'Tis true there is a slight difference in our ages, but with hearts that love, such considerations become frivolous. The world! Pshaw! Did you but love as I do, you would care but little for its opinion. Oh! say, beautiful being, will you be mine?"