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Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 146, February 18, 1914   By:

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"Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 146, February 18, 1914" is a fascinating and entertaining collection of satirical cartoons, humorous articles, and witty commentary that provides a unique glimpse into the social and political issues of early 20th century England. The illustrations are both clever and visually striking, while the writing is sharp, insightful, and filled with clever wordplay. The publication offers a compelling snapshot of the prevailing attitudes and concerns of the time, making it a valuable resource for historians and literary enthusiasts alike. Overall, this volume of Punch is a delightful read that is sure to entertain and enlighten readers of all backgrounds.

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VOL. 146.

February 18, 1914


"I come," said Mr. LLOYD GEORGE last week, "from a farming stock right down from the Flood. The first thing a farmer wants is to be secure." It was of course during the Flood that the insecurity of land tenure was most noticeable.

Lord CARRICK, who a few months ago was appearing in a sketch at the Coliseum, seconded the Address in the House of Lords. We are glad to note the growth of ties between Parliament and the Stage, and we are not without hope that before long a further link will be added in the person of SIR GEORGE ALEXANDER.

A new form of flying boat is being built in America, in which it is hoped that somebody may fly from Newfoundland to Ireland in fifteen hours. In the event of Home Rule, we trust, for the sake of the intrepid aviator, that a still fleeter flying boat will be designed for the return journey.

A resident of Waltham Abbey has just received a letter with a Waltham Cross post mark on the back of the envelope dated February, 31, 1914. We understand that the recipient proposes to return the letter to the Post Office marked "Date unknown."

With reference to the Old Time Supper which is to be a feature of the Chelsea Arts Club Ball we are requested to state that it must not be taken that all the food offered for consumption on that occasion will bear the stamp of antiquity... Continue reading book >>

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