Crystal Palace Cartoons

Memorials of the Great Exhibition - 1851 - No. XXVI - The Great Derby Race For Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-one.

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. XI. - New fashions.

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. XXI. - Britannia has the industry of all-the-world and his wife, to spend a few months with her

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. XXV - Dinner time at the Crystal Palace

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. XVIII. - Dining-rooms.

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John Bull presenting the building for the 1862 International Exhibition to Britannia

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Great Exhibition 1851, Crystal Palace

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. XII. - Sincere grief at the destruction of the Crystal Palace

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. VI. - A staggerer for an excursionist.

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. III. - Puzzled visitors.

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. XXII - The crush room at the opera. - 'Mr. Chawbacon's cart stops the way!'

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The Proposed Site for the Exhibition of Industry

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. IX. - The looking-glass department.

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. II. - Young England.

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The correct mode of riding in Rotten Row

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Omnibus conductor refering to foreign passengers as 'a couple more Leicester Squares'

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. VII. - Hotels are quite full.

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Boy asked what he admired most in the Crystal Palace answers the pies and ginger beer

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Genteel man in spacious conservatory, depicted next to family in a cramped garret: 'What the people can want with a crystal palace on Sundays, I can't think! Surely they ought to be contented with their church and then home afterwards.'

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. XV. - Refreshment room.

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. V. - Theatrical depression.

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. XIX.

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. XXIII. - Mr. Chawbacon 'Coming down.'

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. XIV. - An interesting couple.

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Memorials of The Great Exhibition - 1851. No. X. - A delicate attention.

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