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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 103, November 19, 1892   By:

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"Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 103, November 19, 1892" offers a fascinating glimpse into British society and culture at the end of the 19th century. The satirical magazine is filled with witty cartoons, humorous essays, and clever commentary on the politics and trends of the time.

The illustrations are particularly impressive, capturing the style and tone of the era with skill and humor. The writing is equally sharp, poking fun at everything from politicians to social conventions with a keen eye and a playful wit.

Overall, "Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 103, November 19, 1892" is a delightful read for anyone interested in history, satire, or just a good laugh. Highly recommended for fans of British humor and culture.

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VOL. 103.

November 19, 1892.



BULGER was no cricketer, no tennis player, no sportsman, in fact. But his Doctor recommended exercise and fresh air. "And I'm thinking, Sir," he added, "that you cannot do better than just take yourself down to St. Andrews, and put yourself under TOM MORRIS." "Is he a great Scotch physician?" asked BULGER; "I don't seem to have heard of him." "The Head of the Faculty, Sir," said the medical man "the Head of the Faculty in those parts."

BULGER packed his effects, and, in process of time, he arrived at Leuchars. Here he observed some venerable towers within a short walk, and fancied that he would presently arrive at St. Andrews. In this he was reckoning without the railway system he was compelled to wait at Leuchars for no inconsiderable time, which he occupied in extracting statistics about the consumption of whiskey from the young lady who ministered to travellers. The revelations now communicated, convinced BULGER that either Dr. MORRIS was not on the lines of Sir ANDREW CLARK, or, as an alternative, that his counsels were not listened to by travellers on that line.


Arriving in the dusk, BULGER went to his inn, and next morning inquired as to the address of the Head of the Faculty... Continue reading book >>

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