Labourers Cartoons

Mr Briggs's Pleasures of Housekeeping - No. VIII

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Mr Briggs's Pleasures of Housekeeping - No. IX and X

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Mr Briggs's Pleasures of Housekeeping - No. VI

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Mr Briggs's Pleasures of Housekeeping - No. III

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Mr Briggs's Pleasures of Housekeeping - No. VII

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None O' Your Larks

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Mr Briggs's Pleasures of Housekeeping - No. II

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Mr Briggs's Pleasures of Housekeeping - No. IV

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The imaginary consequences of Punch's scheme for sending convicts to California.

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Mr Briggs's Pleasures of Housekeeping - No. V

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Two Soldiers and a Navvy.

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John Bright and the Spectre of Manhood Suffrage

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Title page from 'The Scouring of the White Horse'.

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Employment

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A farm worker taking advantage of his landlord who is in a hurry

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Irish Bricklayer

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Something from the Provinces

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Specimen of Mr Punch's Industrial Exhibition of 1850 (to be improved in 1851)

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A shop which remains open despite building work being done on the exterior

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A navvy taking offense at an earnest request.

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Prosperous John Bull

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Sketches by Boz - Coal-Heavers Drinking in Scotland Yard Pub

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Scotland Yard - coal heavers singing in a public house

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Chapter opening from 'The Scouring of the White Horse'.

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Paterfamilias prefers his own bedroom (which the whitewashers have just left) to the discomfort of an hotel.

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