Punch, Volumes 58-59

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Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Sir Francis Cowley Burnand, Sir Owen Seaman
Punch Publications Limited, 1870 - Caricatures and cartoons
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Page 129 - Hey, diddle diddle, the cat and the fiddle, The cow jumped over the moon. The little dog laughed to see such sport, And the dish ran away with the spoon!
Page 250 - How we Spent the Summer; or, a Voyage en Zigzag in Switzerland and Tyrol with some Members of the ALPINE CLUB.
Page 25 - ... which destroys body and mind, and home, and family — do we not all feel that this country would be so changed, and so changed for the better, that it would be almost impossible for us to know it again...
Page 143 - will be found, upon examination, to be free ' from frightful scars upon the head, or the marks of ' spear wounds about the body. I have seen a young ' woman who, from the number of these marks, appeared ' to have been almost riddled with spear wonnds. If * at all good-looking, their position is, if possible, even
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Page 244 - A hand all loved to press were turned to clay. Question who will his power, its range, its height, His wisdom, insight, — this at least we know, All in his love's warmth and his humour's light Rejoiced and revelled, — old, young, high or low — Learned, unlearned — from the boy at school To the judge on the bench, none read but owned The large heart o'er which the large brain held rule, The fancy by whose side clear sense sat throned...
Page 25 - If we could subtract from the ignorance, the poverty, the suffering, the sickness, and the crime which are caused by one single but most prevalent bad habit or vice...
Page 253 - Johnson, till thou leave him grave-space meet ; Garrick, whose art he loved, press to him dead. Macaulay, many-sided mind, receive By thine, the frame that housed a mind as keen To take an impress, or an impress leave, From things, or on things, read or heard, or seen. Welcome, oh Addison, with calm, wise face...
Page 243 - one half of the world does not know how the other half lives.
Page 253 - About the father's coffin or the friend's ; No sable train with plume, and plate, and pall ; No long parade of undertaker's woe ; Scarfed mutes, and feathered hearse, and coursers tall — All that bemocks the grave with hollow show. Humbly they brought him in the summer morn, Humbly and hopefully they laid him down. And on the plate that...

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