Fortune Cartoons

Alderman advising his son to put aside plenty of port in his youth

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Amateur Palmist

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Emblematic Print of the South Sea Bubble.

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The widow's intended: 'Well, Tommy, has your mother told you of my good fortune.' Tommy: 'No. She only said she was going to marry you!'

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I say, Billy, 'ere's a gipsy! Let's 'ave our fortins telled!

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The Marshalsea becomes an orphan

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Martin Chuzzlewit suspects the landlady without any reason

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Gipsy offers to tell the fortune of a small man with a severe looking wife

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Truth prevails, and virtue is triumphant

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Old father making will and leaving his son property in trust

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All is vanity

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The Lottery.

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Man asking lady if she cares for him

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A man being taken too literally

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A wiser and a better man

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'I'm so glad I'm not an heiress, Mr Soper. I should never know whether my suitors were attracted by myself or my money.' Mr Soper. 'Oh, Miss Beekly, your mirror should leave you in no doubt on that score!'

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Society expresses its views on a question of marriage

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Melancholy reverse of fortune. - 'Poor sweeper, ladies! Railway director once, ladies!'

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Mr. Pinch departs to seek his fortune

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The Human Comedy - Reading the Last Will

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Oliver Twist on the Way to London

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Trilby - 'Poena pede claudio'.

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The family dignity is affronted

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Honeymooning in Paris.

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