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Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-04-21   By:

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Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-04-21 is a humorous and satirical magazine that provides a snapshot of life in London in the early 20th century. The collection of cartoons, jokes, and commentary offers a witty and entertaining look at the social and political issues of the time.

The illustrations are cleverly crafted and the writing is sharp and engaging, making it an enjoyable read for anyone interested in British history or humor. The magazine covers a range of topics, from current events to cultural trends, and provides a unique perspective on the world as it was seen through the eyes of Londoners at the time.

Overall, Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-04-21 is a delightful read that offers a glimpse into the past while still managing to entertain and amuse readers today. It's a great addition to any history buff's collection and is sure to bring a smile to anyone who picks it up.

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VOL. 158.

April 21st, 1920.


It appears that Irish criminals may be divided into three classes ( a ) The ones you can't catch; ( b ) The ones you have caught but can't convict; ( c ) The ones you have convicted but can't keep in prison.

To such an extent has America gone dry that nearly all letters despatched from Scotsmen living over there are posted with the stamps pinned to the envelopes.

"We are certainly going to gain by the sale of the Slough works," said Mr. BONAR LAW last week. Whether to an extent that will justify the Government for having kept The Daily Mail waiting like that is another question.

Mr. JAMES FOWLER of Deptford has offered to walk from Westminster Bridge to Brighton with a jar on his head. We assume that he has mislaid his hat.

In Hertfordshire the other day a boy was knocked down by a funeral car. It may have been an accident, but it has all the appearance of greed.

A constable giving evidence at Willesden police court said a prisoner called him a "sergeant major." We feel sure the fellow could not have meant it.

Mrs. ALICE L. YOCUM, of Boone, U.S.A., has just obtained her thirteenth divorce. It is said that she has the finest collection of husbands in America... Continue reading book >>

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