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Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 146, January 14, 1914 offers a captivating collection of satirical sketches, humorous poetry, and witty commentary on current events. The periodical's clever wit and sharp observations provide readers with a delightful insight into the social and political issues of the time.

The illustrations found throughout the volume are expertly crafted, adding to the overall charm and humor of the publication. The clever wordplay and clever cultural references make for an engaging read that is sure to entertain readers of all ages.

Overall, Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 146, January 14, 1914 is a charming and insightful publication that is both entertaining and thought-provoking. It is a must-read for anyone interested in British humor and satire.

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VOL. 146.

January 14, 1914.


We hear that the CHANCELLOR has, while in North Africa, been making a close study of camels, with a view to ascertaining the nature of the last straw which breaks their backs.

It is denied that Mr. LLOYD GEORGE, in order to give a practical demonstration of his belief in the disarmament idea, has given instructions that all precautions against attacks on him by Suffragettes are to be discontinued.

The Balkan situation is considered to have undergone a change for the worse owing to the purchase by Turkey of the Dreadnought Rio de Janeiro . For ourselves we cannot subscribe to this view. Is it likely that the Turks, after paying over £2,000,000 for her, will risk losing this valuable vessel in war?

On the day of the marriage of the Teuton Coal King's daughter to Lord REDESDALE's son last week there was snow on the ground. The Coal King must have shown up very well against it.

Sir REGINALD BRADE is to be the new permanent secretary at the War Office. Let's hope he has no connection with the firm of Gold Brade and Red Tape.

It has been discovered that members of a certain Eskimo tribe have an extra joint in their waists... Continue reading book >>

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