Cover of Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 147 November 11 1914

Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 147 November 11 1914

Auhtor: Various Authors

Language: english
Published: 1914

Genres:

humor,  periodical
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Review by Joanna Daneman, March 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 147 November 11 1914':

... principal streets in that city the names of German generals who have become famous during the present war. This, however, will not involve many alterations. * ...
... see our arm-chair give the salute. TO THE SHIRKER: A LAST APPEAL. Now of your free choice, while the chance is yours To share their glory who have ...
... and his cordon of the Black Eagle. These Napoleon took, with the intention of sending them to Paris, to be presented to the Invalides, amongst whom there ...
... p.m. or earlier if the Commissioner of Police on any occasion so directs.-Globe. The italics ought to make it a lot darker. Gifts of money for ...
... never-and that you have to force their jaws open with a penholder also ferrets exhibit a marked preference for thumbs. All this information Tommy ...
... long and earnestly at the journalist, then, placing his hand affectionately on his shoulder, he said to him in a throbbing voice, Oh, HAROLD, how ...
... to know is the price of Sultans. BLANCHE'S LETTERS. WAR GOSSIP. Park Lane. Dearest Daphne,-The situation here is unchanged, though we have ...
... sisters in England. Oh, my dear. I remonstrated. It's very young and romantic of you, but don't you think it's just a little- No, I don't. ...
... Pray what was the reason of that.. In my earlier days, said his sire, through and through I studied that decadent race, And in failing to prove ...
... and have had frequent opportunity of witnessing his multiform supremacy. Till I read this amazing catalogue of calamities, I never dreamt that among ...
... Westminster. As these memoirs testify, behind a smiling countenance he hides an unbending resolution to serve the public interest, whether aboard ship ...
... exception, done more than any man living to deliver the Navy from mistakes inevitable in the case of the over-lordship of a civilian who is subject to ...
... The speed of American sprints, I dream of the wreaths and the ribbons Their prowess would certainly win, If there weren't any war, and my gibbons Could ...
... the Brandenberg gate opens to let the Allies in. This paper is not a morning paper and not an evening paper. It is published at night, in the smallest ...
... it call itself.. It was anonymous when I bought it, but you'll no doubt see its name on the bill when it comes in.. Thanks very much, I said. ...
... pack up 1,000 Hareems, I said, and post them to the British Expeditionary Force. Mark the label 'Cigarettes for the use of the troops.' ...
... has the least idea what they do there. But although I admit that it is magnificent to be without a committee-we escaped from that by the simple ...
... place of fire, readers who have nerves to spare for horror will read with eagerness. It is indeed a dreadful story. Miss JOHNSTON is not one of your ...
... in the gruesome in Night Watches, but it hardly shows Mr. JACOBS at his best in this particular vein. There are also several charming illustrations by ...
... * *. I remember that I have before this admired the mixture of cheerful cynicism and dry humour that is the speciality of Mr. MAX RITTENBERG. He ...