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The Vitreous Body, Its Origin, Development, And Structure as Observed in the Eye of the Pig

By: Fromm, Aloisius William, 1883

.... Untersueli., Neue Folge, VI, Stockholm, 1894. Sauri, E., Se reproduce el humor vitreo? Cron. med.-quir. de la Habana, vol. XL, 1914. Scholer, H., De...

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The Vitreous Body, Its Origin, Development, And Structure as Observed in the Eye of the Pig

By: Fromm, Aloisius William, 1883

...iol. Untersuch., Neue Folge, VI, Stockholm, 1894. Sauri, R., Se reproduce el humor vitreo? Cron. med.-quir. de la Habana, vol. XL, 1914. Scholer, H., ...

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Aditya : The Eye Witness : Vol. 25, Issue 5

By: Indrajal Comics
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Sam Hill Private Eye: Issue 2

By: Mlj/Archie Comics
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Sam Hill Private Eye: Issue 4

By: Mlj/Archie Comics
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The Library of Wit and Humor, Prose and Poetry : Selected from the Literature of All Times and Nations

By: Spofford, Ainsworth Rand, 1825-1908, Editor; Shapley, Rufus Edmonds, 1840-1906, Joint Editor

...OFFORD Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org AND HUMOR, VOL. IV Title: THE LIBRARY OF WIT AND HUMOR, VOL. IV Author: A.... ...... ...EDITED BY A. R. SPOFFORD Librarian of Congress ^^^ > THE LIBRARY WIT AND HUMOR PROSE AND POETRY SELECTED FROM THE LITERATURE OF ALL TIMES AND NATION... ...ous 301 Flight C. S. Calverley 302 Pungent and Witty Sentences from French Humorists 303 Paper. A Poem Benjamin Franklin 320 Kisses in Market Anonymou... ... Sortiim's Jobsmd , , , By Basaancleuer . , , . " ae THE LIBRARY WIT AI^D HUMOR. REYNARD THE FOX. TRANSLATED BY THOMAS ARNOLD FROM THE GERMAN OF GOET... ...detail and execution. Thus the reader will have, in our "Library ofWit and Humor" a series of artisticproduc- tions,which, foraunion ofidealismand nat... ... free and flowing, refined, yet forcible, while his delicate and sub- tile humor, frequentlysportive, but never too broad, en- livens all hie books, w... ...vely fulsome to exhibit in public, and after she had soothed him into good humor by her artless tenderness, she began to speak to him about some littl... ...after floor, carrying havoc in their course. The man of law was in no good humor as he contemplated the destruc- tion ; and what made matters worse wa...

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Punch : Volume 33

By: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870, Editor; Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887, Editor; Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880, Editor; Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874, Editor; Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), Sir 1836-1917, Editor; Seaman, Owen, Sir 1861-1936, Editor;

... to be considered as a piece of Scotch practical " wut," put forth by some humorous party desirous of ridiculing the parsi- mony practised towards tea... ...e keepers tried their grand airs on the pair were snappish, and saucy, and humorous, and mighty short in their answers, with "marry, come ups," and "y... ...ids', and similar provocative toasts, in what the reporters call 'a highly humorous speech.' " Of the many forms of social suffering I know of none wo... ...tful to him to meet l. ' ijii:irterly reviewer who cat up his last book so humorously. And here are two Mammas with a daughter a-piece, and only one e... ...lightly irrelevant turn, by MR. If. L. TAYLOR, in the following polite and humorous speech : " MR. H. L. TAYLOR. I :hat so many people were pleased wi... ...temporary thus concludes his report of the proceedings : "MR. MARTIN, in a humorous speech, proposed a vote of thanks to the ladies who had supplied B... ...e benediction." The doxology and benediction, which succeeded MR. MARTIN'S humorous speech about the ladies, may perhaps have been felt to present som...

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Punch : Volume 77

By: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870 Ed.; Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887, Editor; Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880, Editor; Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874 Ed; Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), Sir 1836-1917, Editor; Seaman, Owen, Sir 1861-1936, Editor;

...al hits," as of slang phrases. Their songs might be less numerous and more humorous, and the sooner the Messrs. GATTI insist on that couplet about SII... ...e the breach Is but an effort, weak, if made the most of. * The gracefully humorous Chancellor so describes his processes of ruthless suppression and ... ...S friends, in full force. Sir WILFRID that artfullest of dodgers, and most humorous of hobby-riders brought in our old friend, "Permissive Bill," in t... ... been made public, he may be encouraged to attempt a more daring flight of humorous fancy, which may bring him under the notice of the Imperial Govern... ...ing him with you, Oh, ever-giggling FATOTJS f You see the harm you do ! We humorists should keep our calm, however Seers insult us ; That 's shameful ... ...nts of the acolytes are invariably regulatedby these signals, this method, humorously seized upon by M. SABJMHT in the original, was, of course, a tel... ...very funny, and punny, part, the speech about the battle, in Mr. PAUXTON'S humorously dry lecture style, going with roars of laughter. This last will ... ...First Distinguished Turner (just honoured with the Freedom of the Company, humor- ously) to Second Distinguished Ditto. Now, Brother Turner, we must e... ...HENGE, and think for a moment or two of all the witty, sparkling, pointed, humorous, and diverting jokes, jests, bons-mots, and pleasantries, which ma...

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Punch : Volume 56-57

By: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870 Ed.; Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887, Editor; Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880, Editor; Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874 Ed; Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), Sir 1836-1917, Editor; Seaman, Owen, Sir 1861-1936, Editor;

...ve us, Your devoted, PUNCH. WHAT CAN you SAT ? Name any celebrated English humorist you please to an American, and he will tell you, by way of reply, ... ...ever seen he is sure his countrymen would prefer the I Dolomite, or, as he humorously calls them, the Dollar-might. PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI. S... ... which, though a man may contemn it, is manly enough for a woman. A French humorist's joke against us English was the saying that, when inspired by pa... ... made [out against the Irish Church. Like the other Bishops, he introduced humorous touches, and finished with a hope that religious conciliation was ... ...a sub-official. This apparent neglect will not impress CAZELL. The Fourth, Humorous Tales and Stories. I began to make a large collection of these ; t... ...he same article ? What objection would there be to the counterpart of such humorous writing in English newspapers? Suppose a number of London journals...

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Punch : Volume 61

By: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870 Ed.; Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887, Editor; Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880, Editor; Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874 Ed; Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), Sir 1836-1917, Editor; Seaman, Owen, Sir 1861-1936, Editor;

...K, ' lie good and gentle in your hour of triump.' " The hint of the kindly humorist has been forgotten by the stern Chancellor. Mrsic. Falsetto singin... ...esh his memory, ACT IV. AND LAST. The Comic Opera ends with the remarkably humorous situation of some Official connected with the. Turkish Ciril Servi... ...osid funny; he's always saying, "Yet I am not happy." [At this exquisitely humorous idea both smile. Insouciant Gentleman from Club (enters during ove... .... MR. FUNNIMAN has been entertaining a select circle of his friends by his humorous impersonation of the Whistling Oyster. PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARI... ... occupied, and triumphantly producing a back number of Punch, containing a humorous illustration of an old lady imparting to a sympathising friend the... ...Roman for England's delusion. H is a Humeral, thrown o'er the shoulder, Of humorous appearance to worldly beholder. I is an Introit, by Anglican Quoru... ...lf a minute or so, and then asks, " Wind S. by S.E., eh ? " BUNTEH replies humorouslv. at least _ _ _ there was some repeating the humour joke ? " but... ...w, hut will be. " What time, Sir ? " asks BUNTEB, respectfully (but always humorously). WETHERBY doesn't know will send. BILL is to have the boat read... ...coming story, which will, no doubt, afford a great variety of subjects for humorous illustration. "All Hot'." THE crew of the Mega-ra in their tempora...

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Punch : Volume 69

By: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870 Ed.; Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887, Editor; Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880, Editor; Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874 Ed; Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), Sir 1836-1917, Editor; Seaman, Owen, Sir 1861-1936, Editor;

...by their admirers, and have been prompted to propound the following highly humorous proposi- tion to some recent competitors for Clerkships in Class I... ...istibly kindly, pleasant, and winning the formerwas all through ; how shly humorous in the scene in which she coaxes Graves into forgetting first his ... ...the name that vanishes ! Biter not Bit. THE late MR. MORSE, the celebrated humorist, was greatly addicted to saying disagreeable things. Yearly, at th... ...iderably, turning to one of his suite, in his own affable and irresistibly humorous style, observed, " I must adopt anew motto Dvm (perjspiro sptaro."...

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Punch : Volume 72-73

By: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870 Ed.; Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887, Editor; Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880, Editor; Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874, Editor; Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), Sir 1836-1917, Editor; Seaman, Owen, Sir 1861-1936, Editor;

...rotte, and plunged into the dungeon. HIGH CHURCH COMEDY. THE Venerable yet humorous ARCHDEACON OF TATOTON seldom opens his mouth without saying someth... ...in pri- vate by the Coroner, an elderly gentleman, stern, but occasionally humorous, with a comic clerk, who gets the laughs when the Coroner doesn't.... ...policemen, and subjected to Lynon law. At this juncture the Coroner, still humorous, though firm and resolute, pulls from his pocket a sort of conjuro... ... this is a detail), and doing for him effectually then and there, when the humorous Coroner suddenly, but quietly, appears from behind a rock where he... ...s termination to the affaire, the Coroner makes the best of it by taking a humorous view of the situation, and indulging in a professional joke to the... ...rling HUGH said the other evening, the said " funny thing " being about as humorous as the whistle of a railway - engine, re- questing its return if n... ...was dreadfully severe upon the bee. But then he was only a wild and ribald humorist. The cold and deliberate attacks of LUBBOCK are far more dangerous... ...- mus Ward his Hook, Majur Jack Dmcn- ing, and the works of other American Humorists, which will thus be found to combine instruction with amusement. ... ...tres on the Halkin Mews Hamateurs, the Laugham Lazzaroni, or the Hampstead Humorists, as occasion and cabs might decide, or whether, but no matter ; t...

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Punch

By: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870 Ed.; Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887, Editor; Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880, Editor; Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874 Ed; Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), Sir 1836-1917, Editor; Seaman, Owen, Sir 1861-1936, Editor;

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Punch : Volume 98, 99

By: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870, Editor; Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887, Editor; Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880, Editor; Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874, Editor; Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), Sir 1836-1917, Editor; Seaman, Owen, Sir 1861-1936, Editor;

...in the neighbourhood of Jam ! [Here Miss CCKDLEB will introduce her 'great humorous Satirical Medley, illustrative of the Sports of Childhood, and ent... ... ever so many good things in the Opera, but the best of all, for genuinely humorous inspiration of words, music and acting, is the quartette in the Se... ...gers too numerous. For seasonable " novelties " and " notions " quaint and humorous Still crowd on him, and claim his constant critical attention, Som... ... a time Mr. LEWIS CARBOLL wrote a marvellously gro- tesque, fantastic, and humorous book called Alice in Wonderland, and on another occasion he wrote ... ...al speech reminiscent, anecdotic, prophetic of tremendous triumphs, mildly humoroui, pathetic. The Chairman (concluding). Therefore I bid you all char... ...onth-about-town life of the present day, I do not know of any second-class humorist who approaches within measurable distance of the author of The Pot... ...ne, when there 's nobody with me. [This is a little specimen of the Lady's humorous "gag," at which she is justly considered a proficient. vain ! (Dan... ...s company, consisting of modern High Church curates, a few members of some humorous Confraternity, and a sprinkling of other amusing grotesques. But t... ... your following. You have given us sport In many scenes, butthis is hardly humorous. The general of ABTAXOMJNOUS Was far less terrible than well, thra...

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Punch : Volume 128, 129

By: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870, Editor; Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887, Editor; Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880, Editor; Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874, Editor; Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), Sir 1836-1917, Editor; Seaman, Owen, Sir 1861-1936, Editor;

...ld." " Partial baldness in female characters i- always considered a highly humorous make-up, in the Halls." said the Genius. " And, as the part of a F... ...ter quantity of pulse"(at 80 in the a vitrified and voluminous mass called humorously hoki-poki by the aborigines, is compressed into small loud voice... ...TLEwoRTH has found time | amidst his political duties to write a volume of humorous poems entitled "ions of a Serious Life. Per- sons who have been pr... ...of Hayward's own Heath, 'Who merit a leaf out of History's wreath, Let the Humorous Muse Flit around with the news How you ransom the crank by the ski... ...o his lot to frame and introduce the Budget ; notably one that, as he used humorously, with umler- currentof hittcrness.^o complain, enalili-d |k.\ .l... ...the proud conviction that, whereas Americans have a keen sense of what i.- humorons. every Knglishman is mere ditchwater for dull is, in fad. an abhor... ...face with Don Pasqiiale himself, represented, and be it at once said, most humorously Duel I 'on .\iiinrf. Smato-Bnvi. AToriita-BoMl i i . To him Doct... ...o myself per- sonally ? 1 no longer as some here to-day have considered it humorous to remind me more than once possess a head of hair like some Pengu... ...Mr. EUSTACE MILES finally pleaded eloquently for the- berry diet, which he humorously noted was only connected phanefe- cally with the complaint of be...

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Punch : Volume 23

By: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870, Editor; Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887, Editor; Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880, Editor; Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874, Editor; Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), Sir 1836-1917, Editor; Seaman, Owen, Sir 1861-1936, Editor;

...he rare gift, lavishly used, of investing the harmless, necessary cat with humorous expression, often with startling effect. Among contributors to the... .... Pickwick pursues antiquarian studies? The name of " Pickwick " is only a humorous wav of writing "Bacon"'; "Pick" being 1 evidently " Pig," and " Pi... ...aults on the niain-to|>. and the rest of the hands were In-low, concocting humorous re- marks for future issues of a popular magazine. Suddenly a trem... ...metre in despair. For the short line he substitutes a longer, And here the humorous element grows stronger. I like the part about " the slopes of Latm... ...may incur distress Connected with the local comic Press ; We apprehend the humorist may rage, Dealing in Anti-Teuton badinage. Now We have always cher... ... is capital, and in the last act inimitable. The first-rate quality of the humorous but quite natural and simple situations in this last act is exhibi... ... " I queried. " Anything more despicable than the wit, of the professional humorist -- began GWENDOLEN. " Marling, Iwas stupid. By all means, let us t... ... the nectar, being rather stronger than usual, inspires the Thunderer with humorous idea for practical joke, which he at once puts into execution by l... ...and, I should say there was something commercially unsound in the quaintly humorous transaction, speaking purely, of course, from a mili- tary - tinan...

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Punch : Volume 31

By: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870 Ed.; Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887, Editor; Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880, Editor; Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874 Ed; Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), Sir 1836-1917, Editor; Seaman, Owen, Sir 1861-1936, Editor;

...n ,11 not to refuse it hot with sugar. In }'. be is much respected for his humorous disposition, and, tbe tneatre considered, early hour*. As evidence... ...ce, whilst poor ABERDEEN drew the night-cap over his sly sarcasm than that humorous bard was, may ears to keep the noise out. The vapouring, too, was ... ...YOR make of it ? lifting that one can well see, unless he may take it as a humorous judicial hint that he had better eschew the example of too many of...

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Punch : Volume 154, 155

By: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870, Editor; Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887, Editor; Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880, Editor; Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874, Editor; Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), Sir 1836-1917, Editor; Seaman, Owen, Sir 1861-1936, Editor;

...ir ArcKLANn re- sembles him in distrust of his oratorical ability. What bo humorously called his "notes" lay in a huge pile on the brass bound box, an... ...wards, but none of them can compare in wit and alertness with the Melodium humorists, Reely and Trewly. Which is the funnier it would be hard to say. ... ...tments of Eastern faerie. Iam interested tonote a revival in confessedly " humorous " fiction ; the latest volume of this kind that has come my way be... ...nd roses, and hercomments on her- self and her friends are both genial and humorous. So she goes on, creating her own particular atmosphere, and being... ...en .1 feel that even the horrors of a second Armageddon would have their : humorous compensations. My experience again fails me when 1 try to visualis... ... tho phrases : 1. Don't say that. 2. Don't be unkind. 3. Now you 're being humorous. For the sake of an example let us take tho case perhaps the most ... ...oing to get more than this I wouldn't have taken you." " Now you 're being humorous." " Humorous be . I 'm not humorous." " Don't say that !" " Oh, go... ...ike me pink if I drive you no, not for a quid a mile." " Now you "re being humorous." "Humorous I I tell you I'm not humorous. I 'm serious." " Don't ... ...um.'' 'Don't bo unkind." ' Arid recover our Colonies.' ' Now you 're being humorous." ' Humorous ! If you don't agree you '11 soou find there 's nothi...

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Punch

By: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870 Ed.; Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887, Editor; Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880, Editor; Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874 Ed; Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), Sir 1836-1917, Editor; Seaman, Owen, Sir 1861-1936, Editor;

...o forth. But for all this fun, which makes such a capital story, and is so humorous in the telling, MR. CASELEY is still undergoing penal servi- tude.... ...of manslaughter. Let us imagine MR. WILLIAM DE SYKBS on his trial for that humorous offence against society ; and let us further suppose that the pris... ...ing at the wuiiuu. tthosmites at him as if he'd dune something exquisitely humorous. SECOND SIGH. Breakftui Jliom. Interior. Mistress of Haute. The ch... ... " Now I perooire the derO understands Wai* ; And 'tis no marvel, he 'a ao humoroua. By 'r lady, he 's a good niuaidan." If Welsh is particularly a la... ... to his country. The next ques- .,W. oug tion which that argumentative but humorous body will propose to ltu ' b( consider, will perhaps be, " Was WIL...

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Punch : Volume 108, 109

By: Lemon, Mark, 1809-1870, Editor; Mayhew, Henry, 1812-1887, Editor; Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880, Editor; Brooks, Shirley, 1815-1874, Editor; Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), Sir 1836-1917, Editor; Seaman, Owen, Sir 1861-1936, Editor;

...s you see the connection with the donkey, dear'r"' I sometimes make rather humorous remarks during the continuance of the festive season. " Don't be s... ...hyllis. STKEPIION, I love you, I confess, For who could fail to admire The humorous way you spoil a. dress And ruin a girl's attire? ~ ~^_ To see you ... ...ly relics ofchildhood'sday. Now our " scientists " would destroy All their humorous, mild array ! Mr. MASK KIYSE, learned man ! Scoffat Theosophists a... ... body of amateur actors. Specially do I note the admirably and grotesquely humorous im- personation of Mrs, Mala- prop by Mr. R. A. AUSTVN LHIGH. Will... ...How much of light with thee's departed I Philosopher yettull of fun, Great humorist yet human-hearted ; A Caledonian yet not dour, A scholar yet not d... ...necessary to make a CODV of the inscription. In the study to which I shall humorously allude as my " den " there is little of general interest except ... ...ng on"at 6 to 4. 'A BA8 "THE CLUB SWEEP." DEAR MR. PUNCH, Although you are humorist, there is a serious side to your character. I want to appeal to th... ...ffi- cient protectionagainst similar outrage. The shearers appear totake a humorous view of their task, and are watched by a crowd which has collected... ...use will be closed," and displayed them in their premises. But the Radical humorist was on the war- path, and, having provided himself with copies of ...

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