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´╗┐Title: John Leech's Pictures Of Life And Character, Volume II (of III) - From The Collection Of "Mr. Punch"
Author: Leech, John, 1817-1864
Language: English
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JOHN LEECH'S PICTURES OF LIFE AND CHARACTER

Volume Two (of Three)

FROM THE COLLECTION OF "MR. PUNCH"

LONDON: BRADBURY, AGNEW, & CO.,

1887



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INDEX


  Academic Costume.......................................1851 ...134...134

  Adding Insult to Injury ...............................1845 ...052...052

  Adding Insult to Injury ...............................1857 ...188...188

  Adding Iasult to Injury ...............................1859 ...202...202

  Advent of Spring, The .................................1849 ...157...157

  Affecting Incident at Boulogne ........................1853 ...052...052

  Affecting-Rather.......................................1851 ...107...107

  After the Bath ........................................1857 ...264...264

  Afternoon Tea .........................................1859 ...220...220

  Agreeable Prescription, An.............................1858 ...106...106

  Agricultural Distress..................................1851 ...074...074

  Alarming Proposition ..................................1859 ...189...189

  Always be Polite when Travelling.......................1856 ...195...195

  Amateur Pantomime......................................1857 ...014...014

  Ample Protection ......................................1859 ...136...136

  An Absentee ...........................................1845 ...232...232

  An Art that doth Disfigure Nature......................1856 ...186...186

  An Hour's Ride.........................................1852 ...074...074

  Angling Delights ......................................1859 ...062...062

  Another Bit from the Mining District...................1854 ...139...139

  Another Railway Misery.................................1855 ...092...092

  April Fool, An ........................................1855 ...046...046

  Aquatic Manouvres......................................1859 ...168...168

  'Arry and 'Arriet .....................................1S58 ...195...195

  Art Progress ..........................................1S57 ...127...127

  Artificial Ice-Grand Pas des Patineurs.................1850 ...026...026

  Artistic (!) Studio, The...............................1857 ...193...193

  Assurance .............................................1847 ...105...105

  Astounding Announcement................................1857 ...130...130

  Astonishing a Young One ...............................1858 ...370...370

  Astonishing Request An................................1857 ...199...199

  As Well be out of the World as out of the Fashion......1850 ...105...105

  At Aldershot - A Rather Difficult Manouvre ............1859 ...269...269

  At Epsom ..............................................1850 ...232...232

  At Paris...............................................1853 ...169...169

  At the Play............................................1858 ...261...261

  At the Seaside ................. ......................1853 ...271...271

  Average W'eight of the Foot'Guards.....................1850 ...096...096

  Awkward Predicament....................................1858 ...189...189


  Bad Time for John Thomas, A ...........................1856 ...225...225

  Bare Assertion, A .....................................1854 ...087...087

  Battle of the Hyde Park ...............................1855 ...200...200

  Beard Movement, The....................................1854 ...064...064

  Beard Movement, The....................................1857 ...128...128

  Beard Movement, The....................................1856 ...263...263

  Beauty in Distress.....................................1858 ...392...392

  Benefit of Clergy .....................................1852 ...087...087

  Best Run of the Season, The ...........................1857 ...126...126

  Bit of a Breeze, A.....................................1856 ...185...185

  Black Indignity, A ....................................1857 ...127...127

  Bless You-Bless You!...................................1855 ...153...153

  Blind with Rage........................................1856 ...201...201

  Bon-bon from a Juvenile Tarty, A.......................1851 ...033...033

  British Forces, The, and the Crimean War ..............1853 ...114...114
                                                         1856 ...120...120

  British Juryman Preparing for the Worst, The...........1859 ...236...236

  Broad Caricature ......................................1843 ...047...047

  Brothers in Arms ......................................1853 ...187...187

  Brown Entertains his Friends wi' a Haggis..............1859 ...010...010

  Brutal levity..........................................1863 ...258...258

  Business-like .........................................1854 ...063...063

  Bye-Day at Easter, A ..................................1858 ...211...211

  By the Sad Sea Waves...................................1858 ...108...108


  Camp Lite-A Bit of Sentiment...........................1853 ...060...060

  Camp Life-A Day Surprise ..............................1853 ...271...271

  Camp Life-A Night Surprise ............................1853 ...271...271

  Candid.................................................1859 ...231...231

  Canine.................................................1851 ...139...139

  Careful Rider, A ......................................1853 ...269...269

  Case of Real Distress, A...............................1854 ...047...047

  Catching a Tartar......................................1856 ...184...184

  Caution During Mistletoe Season .......................1855 ...002...002

  Caution to Gentlemen Walking to Evening Parlies........1855 ...250...250

  Caution to Travellers .................................1853 ...171...171

  CautiouS Bird, A ......................................1858 ...100...100

  Cavalier, A............................................1857 ...241...241

  Censors ...............................................1858 ...256...256

  Census, The ...........................................1861 ...259...259

  Certainly Not..........................................1S55 ...072...072

  Champion, The..........................................1844 ...020...020

  Christmas Eve .........................................1863 ...005...005

  Christmas Party, A, Grandpapa Dances Sir Roger ........1856 ...009...009

  Citizen of the World, A ...............................1855 ...207...207

  Civil Cabman, The .....................................1857 ...240...240

  Coarse, but Characteristic ............................1S50 ...139...139

  Cold Wealher...........................................1855 ...029...029

  Comet, The ............................................1858 ...229...229

  Coming Collision, The..................................1857 ...225...225

  Common Objects at the Seaside..........................1858 ...193...193

  Common Objects at the Seaside..........................1857 ...254...254

  Complacent Belief, A ..................................1857 ...270...270

  Compliments of the Season..............................1861 ...004...004

  Confidence of Youth, The ..............................1847 ...096...096

  Consolation............................................1856 ...263...263

  Consultation, A........................................1856 ...143...143

  Cool Request, A .......................................1856 ...247...247

  Cool Request ..........................................1857 ...082...082

  Cracker Bon-Bon........................................1862 ...021...021

  Cricket-Capital Practice Bowling of the Period ........1859 ...265...265

  Crinoline Again........................................1858 ...132...132

  Crinoline on the Water.................................1858 ...197...197

  Cupid at Sea ..........................................1859 ...103...103

  Currency Question, The ................................1847 ...272...272


  Day After the Juvenile Party, The......................1847 ...037...037

  Day at the Camp, A.....................................1860 ...251...251

  Day Very Late in the Season, A.........................1859 ...198...198

  Deceiver, A ...........................................1859 ...039...039

  Deerstalking Made Easy.................................1857 ...233...233

  Delicate Compliment, A ................................1856 ...067...067

  Delicate Creature, A...................................1855 ...085...085

  Delicate Hint, A ..................................... 1855 ...108...108

  Delicate Way of Putting It.............................1862 ...247...247

  Delicate Test .........................................1859 ...225...225

  Delicious..............................................1857 ...036...036

  Delicious Dip, A ......................................1857 ...207...207

  Delightful Privilege during the Winter Months .........1847 ...025...025

  Delusive Notion........................................1852 ...146...146

  Demon of the Street, The ..............................1858 ...223...223

  Did You Ever? .........................................1858 ...111...1ll

  Disagreeable Truth ....................................1851 ...092...092

  Disappointed One, The .................................1858 ...187...187

  Discretion ........................................... 1847 ...064...064

  Disgusting for Augustus ...............................1858 ...196...196

  Distressed Agriculturist, A............................1856 ...238...238

  Distressing Result of Eating Turkey ...................1855 ...034...034

  Disturber of Public Peace, A ..........................1848 ...135...135

  Domestic Bliss ........................................1847 ...056...056

  Domestic Doctoring ....................................1856 ...181...181

  Domestic Economy ......................................1859 ...099...099

  Domestic Extravaganza .................................1858 ...205...205

  Double Game, A ........................................1858 ...239...239

  Drawing the Line...............-.......................1857 ...141...141

  Dreadful for Young Oxford..............................1859 ...213...213

  Dreadful Joke .........................................1855 ...007...007

  Dress Circle at Punch and Judy.........................1854 ...039...039

  Dweadful Accident in High Life.........................1857 ...093...093


  Eager Applicants..,....................................1854 ...039...039

  Early Philosophy ......................................1847 ...112...112

  Easier Said than Done..................................1856 ...239...239

  East Wind Joke, An ....................................1855 ...255...255

  Easy Matter, An .......................................1859 ...270...270

  Education in the Mining Districts......................1855 ...095...095

  Eligible Party, An ....................................1848 ...103...103

  English Nobleman, An, Painted by the French ...........1848 ...109...109

  Enthusiasm ............................................1854 ...115...115

  Envious Youth, An .....................................1857 ...018...018

  Epigrammatic ..........................................1845 ...189...189

  Equestrian Difficulty, An .............................1858 ...227...227

  Equine ................................................1858 ...144...144

  Evening Party at Sebastopol ...........................1854 ...116...116

  Every Lady her Own Bathing Machine.....................1849 ...058...058

  Excitement ............................................1856 ...053...053

  Expanse of Fashion, The ...............................1859 ...203...203


  Fact, A................................................1861 ...243...243

  Fact from the Nursery, A ..............................1856 ...234...234

  Faded Youth, A ........................................1847 ...131...131

  Fair and Equal.........................................1858 ...030...030

  Fair Disputants .......................................1858 ...258...258

  Fair Toxophilites, The ................................1858 ...221...221

  Family Group, A, Baby Stirring the Pudding.............1862 ...006...006

  Fancy goes a Great Way.................................1846 ...257...257

  Fancy Sketch ..........................................1858 ...270...270

  Farm-yard, The ........................................1853 ...246...246

  Fashion of the Period .................................1858 ...247...247

  Fellow Feeling.........................................1856 ...246...246

  Feminine Amenities.....................................1856 ...174...174

  Festive Season, The....................................1857 ...025...025

  Fine Hautboys..........................................1855 ...051...051

  Finishing Touch to a Picture ..........................1854 ...051...051

  Flattering ............................................1855 ...087...087

  Flunkeiana.............................................1848 ...054...054

  Flunkeiana.............................................1857 ...184...184

  Flunkeiana Rustica ....................................1857 ...024...024

  Flycatcher, The .......................................1852 ...064...064

  Fly Fishing ...........................................1855 ...057...057

  Fog. The, is so very Thick.............................1855 ...028...028

  Folly and Innocence....................................1856 ...140...140

  Fortune's Favourite....................................1847 ...100...100

  Fortunate Fellows......................................1858 ...231...231

  Fortune-Telling, a Scene of Domestic Interest .........1858 ...070...070

  Four-in-Hand Mania, The................................1856 ...226...226

  Fox Hunting in a Fog...................................1856 ...223...223

  Fraternity ............................................1859 ...128...128

  French as it is Spoken.................................1856 ...245...245

  Friendly Badinage......................................1856 ...217...217

  Friendly Mount, A .....................................1857 ...061...061


  Friendly Sympathy .....................................1858 ...250...250

  From the Mining Districts .............................1855 ...135...135

  Frozen-out Fox Hunter, The ............................1861 ...078...078

  Frozen-out Fox Hunters.................................1854 ...031...031

  Frugal Marriage Question, The..........................1858 ...088...088

  Fumigation.............................................1855 ...211...211


  Generous Offer, A......................................1857 ...162...162

  Glorious News for the Boys.............................1859 ...035...035

  Going to Church-Scarborough............................185S ...197...197

  Good Catch, A..........................................1856 ...245...245

  Going to the Ball-the Finishing Touch..................1859 ...235...235

  Going Out of Town .....................................1858 ...191...191

  Going to the Park......................................1859 ...263...263

  Going to a Party ......................................1846 ...056...056

  Golden Rule, A.........................................1846 ...107...107

  Good Cheer ............................................184S ...007...007

  Good Liver, A .........................................1857 ...152...152

  Good News .............................................1847 ...335...335

  Good News, Real Sentiment .............................1854 ...047...047

  Good Old Comic Clown ..................................1860 ...038...038

  Good Security .........................................1853 ...048...048

  Grand Charge of Perambulators and Defeat of the Swells.1856 ...234...234

  Great Boon, The .......................................1858 ...140...140

  Great Boon to the Public...............................1855 ...068...068

  Great Plague in Life, A ...............................1859 ...212...212

  Great Tobacco Controversy, The ........................1857 ...169...169

  Grievance, A...........................................1856 ...119...119

  Guy Fawkes' Day........................................1856 ...254...254


  Happy Notion, A........................................1858 ...265...265

  Happy Notion, A........................................1S59 ...014...014

  Hard Case in the Baltic ...............................1856 ...119...119

  Haven of Refuge, A.....................................1856 ...209...209

  Having a Pair On.......................................1857 ...038...038

  Heartless Practical Joke ..............................1858 ...210...210

  Hi'Art ................................................1857 ...190...190

  Hint to the Authorities, A ............................1846 ...146...146

  Hint to the Enterprising, A ...........................1857 ...248...248

  Hint to Gentlemen Riding Home after Dinner ............1858 ...221...221

  Hint to Mammas, A......................................1856 ...132...132

  Hint to Railway Travellers, A .........................1856 ...205...205

  Home Amusements .......................................1856 ...013...013

  Home Enjoyments .......................................1859 ...013...013

  Home for the Holidays .................................1863 ...014...014

  Home for the Holidays .................................1859 ...033...033

  Horrible Question after a Greenwich Dinner ............1856 ...189...189

  Horrid Boy, A .........................................1856 ...261...261

  Horrors of War, The ...................................1853 ...062...062

  How Disagreeable the Boys are..........................1855 ...027...027

  How Jack made the Turk Useful at Balaclava ............1S55 ...117...117

  How Troublesome the Boys Are ..........................1847 ...027...027

  How Very Embarrassing! ................................1855 ...103...103

  Humility...............................................1843 ...250...250

  Humours of the Street, The ............................1859 ...001...001

  Husband as He Ought to Be, and Not ought to Be, The ...1856 ...105...105

  Husband Taming.........................................1859 ...175...175


  Ice Harvest, The.......................................1855 ...078...078

  If you want a Thing Done, do it Your-self..............1858 ...178...178
                                                           to ...180...180

  Imitation is the Sincerest Flattery....................1856 ...185...185

  Imitation is the Sincerest Flattery....................1858 ...160...160

  Impertinent Curiosity .................................1857 ...173...173

  Impudence..............................................1844 ...024...024

  In a Hurry.............................................1857 ...262...262

  In Camp................................................1853 ...173...173

  Incident of Camp Life, An..............................1853 ...213...213

  Incident in a French Revolution .......................1848 ...092...092

  Incident of Travel, An.................................1856 ...084...084

   Incident with the O. P. Q. Hounds ....................1857 ...067...067

  Incident of Weight, An ................................1856 ...130...130

  Incredible ............................................1853 ...049...049

  Indiscretion, An ......................................1859 ...202...202

  Indolence .............................................1859 ...258...258

  Infra dig..............................................1853 ...083...083

  Injured Individual, An.................................1S57 ...216...216

  Innocent Mirth. The Slide on the Pavement .............1848 ...037...037

  In Society ............................................1862 ...015...015

  Insulting a Refugee ...................................1842 ...157...157

  Interesting Group posed for a Photograph...............1855 ...159...159

  Interesting and Valuable Result........................1855 ...159...159

  In the Park ...........................................1859 ...068...068

  In the Park ...........................................1859 ...131...131

  In the Ranks...........................................1853 ...057...057

  In the Streets.........................................1857 ...131...131

  In the Witching Time of Life...........................1859 ...204...204

  Irish Lake Fishing ....................................1860 ...254...254

  Irresistible...........................................1857 ...141...141

  Is Smoking Injurious?..................................1857 ...090...090

  It must be all right ..................................1858 ...199...199

  It's the Early Bird that picks up the Worm.............1858 ...224...224

  Jack Ashore............................................1854 ...052...052

  Jew d'Fsprit ..........................................1855 ...101...101

  John Thomas non-plushed ...............................1855 ...095...095

  Jolly Game of Snowballing as played in our Square......1860 ...017...017

  Jolly old Paterfamilias with some air-balloons.........1865 ...008...008

  Jones tries his new Hack...............................1857 ...042...042

  Judge by Appearance, A.................................1857 ...253...253

  Just like 'em .........................................1858 ...187...187

  Juvenile Etymology.....................................1859 ...004...004

  Juvenile Party, The....................................1864 ...028...028

  Juvenile Party, The. A Great Liberty...................1864 ...017...017

  Juvenile Wisdom .......................................1859 ...150...150


  Ketchee! Ketchee! .....................................1852 ...110...110

  Kindly Offer, A........................................1861 ...034...034

  Knights of the EaRth...................................1858 ...208...208


  Last Alteration, The ..................................1856 ...200...200

  Last Refuge of a Banished Smoker..............,........1855 ...255...255

  Latest from Paris .....................................1854 ...051...051

  Let us have Japanese Manners and Customs here..........1858 ...084...084

  Life in London ........................................1855 ...063...063

  Little bit of Sentiment................................1845 ...059...059

  Little Dinner at the Crimea Club, A....................1854 ...116...116

  Little Dinner at Greenwich.............................1858 ...264...264

  Little Ducks ..........................................1856 ...259...259

  Little Men.............................................1848 ...012...012

  Little Shooting in Ireland, A..........................1862 ...264...264

  Little Surprise for Muggins, A ........................1857 ...174...174

  Lovers' Quarrel, The ..................................1859 ...176...176


  Malapropos.............................................1856 ...185...185

  Malicious .............................................1857 ...196...196

  Man of Consequence, A .................................1859 ...104...104

  Man of Principle, A....................................1854 ...056...056

  Man of some Consequence, A.............................1857 ...022...022

  Marriage Question, The ................................1859 ...177...177

  Married for Money.—The Honeymoon......................1859




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