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"Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 103, September 17, 1892 is a collection of satirical and humorous articles, cartoons, and poems that provide a fascinating glimpse into the social and political climate of late 19th century Britain. The contributors showcase their wit and creativity as they lampoon various aspects of Victorian society, from the upper classes to the political establishment.

The illustrations are particularly noteworthy, with detailed and clever drawings that add an extra layer of humor to the content. The writing is sharp and witty, with a keen eye for satire that will entertain readers with both its cleverness and its relevance to the issues of the time.

Overall, Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 103, September 17, 1892 is a delightful read for those interested in history, humor, and social commentary. It offers a unique perspective on the world of the late Victorian era and will appeal to fans of satire and wit."

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VOL. 103

SEPTEMBER 17, 1892



Exceedingly kind and flattering of MAX MÜLLER! "I hope there are but few here present who have never enjoyed the privilege of listening to Mr. GLADSTONE." Ha! ha! He little thought there was one there who had not "enjoyed that privilege." Have enjoyed most privileges in my time, but never that of "hearing myself as others hear me" more or less. "Unavoidable absence of Mr. GLADSTONE!" Ho! ho! Then my disguise was perfect. Get myself up as a Liberal Unionist, with wig and eye glass. Not likely anybody would recognise me in that rig.

Rather enjoyed myself and my paper, "Phoenician Elements in the Homeric Poems." Most seductive title! Such a popular touch about it! Think I shall have it printed as a "leaflet" for distribution among Workmen's Clubs and Radical Associations. Might conciliate those well meaning but illogical Eight Hour Men. Wonder if KEIRHARDIE would like a copy. What more nicely calculated to cheer the scant leisure of Labour?

Funny to hear my own sinuous sentences coming back to me from mouth of another. Not quite sure MAX is so "fascinating in his voice, and so persuasive in his delivery" as but no matter. Can't say as MAX did "I felt myself carried away, and convinced almost against my will... Continue reading book >>

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