Books published in 1914

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Punch Or The London Charivari July 1 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... to me. That mere machines, and not a maid With fingers fatuously plied, The collars and the cuffs have frayed That still excoriate my hide. That ...... a clean-cut lawn. Also, you remember, there was a golf course, less than two miles away. Oh, said Celia with a deep sigh, but we must live here.. An ...... thing, Madame-real Kidderminister.]. EGYPT IN VENICE. La Lgende de Joseph.. ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari June 10 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... them extensively in Central Africa and other haunts of big game with a view to attracting new tenants to the Regent's Park Garden City. ***. Regulations ...... flair of Flaccus). Little he guessed how wind and tide Should be the sport of human skill How steel and steam should mock their pride And get the ...... like a woman. Peering angrily with one eye out of my leafy ambush, I ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari May 13 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... County Council proposes to allow on the Aldwych site a circular experimental railway on the Kearney high-speed mono-rail system. It seems strange ...... to grudge it- This super-tax on my estate, But like a bird contribute to his Budget The paltry two-and-eight. Alas, not being this nor that, But ...... smashed to atoms, but the ex-President escaped with only slight injury to his ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari May 27 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... to Suffragettes. We refer to Hatchett's. ***. Is cannibalism to be Society's latest fad. We notice that somebody's Skin Food is being advertised ...... something worse-I'll tell you what. It is to have your rotten childish rhymes (Rotten as these) dragged from oblivion's shroud Where, with the silly ...... ain't it.. You are right, Sir, he replied. It's a river. The Thames, ...]
Genres: [periodical | humorDownloads: 182

Punch Or The London Charivari May 6 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... kept awake by these vivacious insects. ***. Apparently the modistes have resolved that this shall be a butcher's year, for we are promised leg-of-mutton ...... she led me to some nice basket chairs in the conservatory. Well, did the Academy come off. I asked. Did it come off. said Felicity. I ...... himself together. 'Wonderful grouping,' he said 'eminently Sargentesque' and his ...]
Genres: [periodical | humorDownloads: 205

Punch Or The London Charivari September 9 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... war with England shall not be done by halves it is no war to be stopped by 'notice,' but by a proper settlement. Otherwise the peace we all desire would ...... has witnessed another triumph for the high-souled German army. Ten Belgian villages have been burnt. Some of the inhabitants have been also burnt ...... intervene with their army to help Germany to spread civilisation and ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 146 April 29 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... a further close quarters, and they indulged in in-fighting up to the close of the round.. It was certainly shrewd of BLAKE to act as he did in ...... proposals. Mr. ZANGWILL, however, is not to be rushed, and it is extremely unlikely that we shall have him turning out Melting Pot-Boilers. * ...... the country, as it knows by experience that Ministers are steeped in falsehood. MR. ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 146 February 4 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... our standards may or may not be rough, but let's hope they're ready, anyhow. * * *. An organisation called The Parents' League has been formed ...... And on my gravestone let these words be read: Attracted by its name to this fair scene, He died a Smitherene. O. S. THE COMMERCIAL SIDE. Now that ...... continues. January 22.-Even the Classical VI. seems interested in my new project, ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 146 June 17 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... headlines:-. PREPARED FOODS. INFANTS, CHILDREN & INVALIDS.. ***. By the way, the little essay on Foods of Antiquity omitted to mention ...... scrawled across the card With flourishes in plenty, And lo. it was the present bard Himself at five-and-twenty. The Sprinter. From a testimonial ...... the fireproof safety curtain would lose even the small amount of excitement which at ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 146 June 3 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... on his good fortune in living so long. * * *. The Central Telephone Exchange is now prepared to wake up subscribers at any hour for threepence ...... in The East African Standard:-. We have indeed reached the stage known as the last straw on the camel's back, and I, for one, am quite prepared, ...... to satisfy Mr. Bolster, who returns to the charge in The Tittersham Observer of ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 146 March 25 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... always alert, is presumably moving in the matter with a view to the bridge being closed until the little family is out in the world. * * *. The expression, ...... some of your headaches, I said, are different from others. Some-. This, she said, is one of the different ones.. Is it like those ...... girls in a tone of surprised interrogation. Can I order a dress. I said nervously. A ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 146 May 20 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... 146, May 20, 1914. Editor: Owen Seaman. Release Date: February 29, 2008 [eBook #24720]. E-text prepared by Neville Allen, Malcolm Farmer, and the ...... by equal signs (example: =Enter=). PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI. VOL. 146. MAY 20, 1914. CHARIVARIA. It is comforting to know that we need ...... country in June or July, and the Labour Party here are said to be already taking ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 147 August 19th 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... have heard of it.. I went at once into the library, where I found James making up a parcel of three half-sovereigns to send to his bank. No one is ...... I. DIES IRAE. To the GERMAN KAISER. Amazing Monarch. who at various times, Posing as Europe's self-appointed saviour, Afforded copy for our ...... the fog-horn answered with its bleat. The searchlights were striking great shafts ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 147 August 26th 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... full of Turkey's coal. ***. The London Museum is open again. The Curator, we understand, would be glad to add to his collection of curiosities any ...... to hotels points out that a prominent form of waste is eating too much.-Times. Conversely, eating too much brings on a prominent form of waist. Motto ...... in the fighting line with our French and Belgian friends. England, too, ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 147 December 16 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... Charivari, Vol. 147,. by Various. The EBook of Punch or the London Charivari, Vol. 147,. Title: Punch or the London Charivari, Vol. 147, December ...... of his experiences at the Front.. Public Opinion. We remember now some mention of this Expeditionary Force being made in despatches, and we ...... was done, but for some days the effect upon the moral of our forces was apparent. I ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 147 December 23 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... FYFE:-. As usual when they take the initiative, the Russian troops swept the enemy before them. They first cleared out the trenches and then pursued ...... of the Twentieth Century makes no mention, curiously enough, of the WOLFF Bureau. We look in vain, too, among the Yuletide publications for ...... him straight. FALKENHAYN, no doubt, might have been expected to do better, for ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 147 December 30 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... Rome, where he will stay until he takes up his quarters at the Caffarelli police. Our alleged harsh treatment of aliens fades into insignificance by ...... you make resolutions.-saying, Lo. I will be humble. Though my own bright sword Has shattered Belgium, yet will I bestow The credit on a ...... improvement. Then leave awhile your stool or bench And try our Month Inside a Flooded ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 147 December 9 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... authorities could find plenty of wood in their own country if they only put their heads together. * * *. The news that Bantam battalions are now ...... I simply lived to see the Day (Den Tag) when wars would cease. But, just as I was well in train To realise my dream, Came England, all for lust ...... is held up by us every night. We have our own sentries' word for it. This is ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 147 July 22 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... advertisement in The Bazaar, Exchange and Mart:-. To be sold, small holding, well stocked with fruit trees, good double tenement house on ...... from an undergraduate friend at Cardinal College of the impending retirement of Mr. Chumbleton (Old Chum), the famous porter of Salisbury Gate, ...... but he seemed unable to fathom the meaning of my query. His standpoint was clearly ...]
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Punch Or The London Charivari Vol 147 July 8 1914

  [english | 1914]  

Various Authors


Excerpts: [... * *. There appear to have been some amusing misfits in the distribution of prizes at the recent Midnight Ball. For example a young lady ...... will set This inky poem. O. S. THE PURPLE LIE.. Arabella, I said, examining the fuzzy part of her which projected above the dome of the coffee-pot, ...... catch in her voice, has just been telephoning.. I thought the receiver looked a bit ...]
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