Cover of Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 147 November 18 1914

Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 147 November 18 1914

Auhtor: Various Authors

Language: english
Published: 1914

Genres:

periodical,  humor
Downloads: 24
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Review by Chandler, 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 18 1914':

... looting by a short-sighted brother-officer who did not recognise the son of God's Vice-regent on Earth. * * *. The British Navy is in hiding, ...
... melt in prayer for this unholy war (Meaning the part that pinches most) to end. Is it your fear to mark at that high feast The writing on the wall ...
... not join the colours.]. My Dear Sir,-I fully understand your views-in fact I am in cordial agreement with them. It would be quite fair to say of most ...
... SPOTTLE. In a Good Cause. A Matine will be given at the Empire on Thursday, the 26th, in aid of The Daily Telegraph's Belgian Relief Fund. Among ...
... in talking over the projected Saturday night's entertainment, Aunt Louisa ventured the statement that she had thought out a scheme for a little interlude, ...
... long way to St. Helena, But your home's right there. Terrific success and, after some moments of reluctance, Aunt Louisa, still knitting a sock, ...
... His treatment has disarmed my rancour (It certainly disarmed his men). Out yonder in the circling billows There lies the object of my scorn, ...
... lead. As an example of frightfulness nothing can exceed the appearance of one of our really mixed platoons lying on its backs and waving its legs in ...
... left arm under his right, gripped the lapel of his coat with my left hand and turning his wrist downward with my right, pressed his arm back. To attack ...
... a constituent the House of Lords at historic moment when, in absence of LEADER OF CONSERVATIVE PARTY, GEORGE CURZON rose temporarily to assume functions ...
... come and go. But Belgium's homes is blasted down Her shops is ash-heaps, town by town There's harvests soaked and full of dead There's Prussians ...
... Telegraph when completed, if still alive.. Have you got it. he asked. I could only nod. He then held the paper in the flame of a candle till ...
... an o-ration the Docthor gave thim. Ye could have heard a pin drop. Isn't it mesilf that would be away there now, if they'd let me. Didn't Patsy ...
... is ut. Arrah ye'll not know Ballymurky afther the KAISER has done with it. Isn't it changing the name of the dear ould place ...
... shouted, Up and at 'em.. Boanerges hit the boarding behind the screen, and I think that his nose, now in bandages, is permanently damaged. Still, ...
... the front), OH, MOTHER, ISN'T IT SPLENDID. HARRY'S SENT ME THIS PAPER WITH A MARKED PASSAGE ABOUT WHAT HE'S BEEN DOING. IT SAYS, 'CAPTAIN - OF THE ...
... there'd be a prime cut of mutton and an apple-tart and he believed all our fairy tales and said he'd write the story of the English army's food if ever ...
... it with eagerness. The first volume left off, you may remember, with Michael just about to go up to Oxford. Knowing what Mr. COMPTON MACKENZIE could do ...
... the prevention of cruelty to any boy who ventured to talk of his aunties. On the whole, however, she has a fine understanding of boy-nature, and if ...
... something in it all the same. Anyway, there really are in The Demi-Gods delicate shy pearls and gleams of the authentic gold of the original Crock. And ...