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Images from Project Gutenberg books - 9[edit]

Whippingham
Newport, Isle of Wight
Carisbrooke Castle
Quarr Abbey
Freshwater Bay
Farringford - Lord Tennyson's residence - c1910 - Project Gutenberg eText 17296.jpg
Godshill
Little Jane's Cottage, Brading
The sundial, Brading
George Hudson
James Joseph Allport
William Dargan
Theodore Martin
A Soliloquy.
Youthful Mercury. "What's this 'ere on the plyte? 'Knock and ring'! Blowed if they won't be harsking yer to 'walk hinside', next!!"
Cartoon from Punch magazine, Vol. 102, April 23, 1892
William Denning celebrated in Punch magazine Vol. 102, April 9th, 1892, on the occasion of The Times newspaper commenting on Denning's discovery of a small faint comet on Friday, March 18, 1892 at Bishopton, Bristol
The Newest Narcissus; or, The Hero of our days.
Punch magazine comments on the sensations of its time; from Vol. 102, April 23, 1892
The Modern Bed of Procustes
Procrustes. "Now then, you fellows; I mean to fit you all to my little bed!"
Chorus. "Oh lor-r!!"
"It is impossible to establish universal uniformity of hours without inflicting very serious injury to workers." — Motion at the recent Trades' Congress.
Cartoon from Punch, Vol 101, Sept 19, 1891
Sancta Simplicitas
Orthodox Old Maid. "But, Rebecca, is your place of worship consecrated?"
Domestic (lately received into the Plymouth Brotherhood). "Oh no, Miss - It's galvanised iron!"
Cartoon from Punch, Vol. 102, April 23, 1892
Cartoon celebrating the RNLI, on the occasion of Queen Victoria conveying her appreciation to the crews of the lifeboats of Atherfield, Brightstone, and Brooke, of their gallant conduct in saving the crew and passengers of the steamship Eider. From Punch magazine Vol. 102, Feb. 13, 1892
Henry Chaplin in a cartoon accompanying a satirical article on his receiving a deputation on the subject of the swine fever.
Cartoon from Punch magazine Vol. 102, Feb. 13, 1892.
Sympathy
Mamma (to Cook) — "and Mrs. Stubbs, the cream with the apple-tart yesterday ought to have been whipped."
Ethel (who has a grateful remembrance of the dish in question). "Oh, Mummy dear! 'Ought to have been whipped!' I thought it was particularly good!"
Cartoon from Punch, Vol. 102, April 23, 1892
A Soliloquy.
Youthful Mercury. "What's this 'ere on the plyte? 'Knock and ring'! Blowed if they won't be harsking yer to 'walk hinside', next!!"
Cartoon from Punch magazine, Vol. 102, April 23, 1892
Sunrise by William Black - Book Cover
Raggedy Ann meets Raggedy Andy
A Visit From Saint Nicholas - Book cover, 1862 print
F. O. C. Darley illustration from an 1862 print of A Visit From Saint Nicholas, by Clement Clarke Moore
Harrison Fisher illustration - Hearts and Masks by Harold MacGrath
Harrison Fisher illustration - The Princess Elopes by Harold MacGrath
Red Riding Hood by George Frederic Watts
The Secret Garden book cover
Teacher. "And what does ff mean?"
Pupil (after mature deliberation). "Fump-Fump."
Cartoon from Punch magazine October 6, 1920
The 1907 Itala which won the Peking to Paris motor race
Hazards of the road: Borghese & Barzini's Itala having fallen through a bridge
The Itala being pulled, somewhere in China
Cover of The Romance of a Christmas Card by Kate Douglas Wiggin
Cover of an illustrated 1983 edition of Lorna Doone
Jan Ridd learns to fire his father's gun
Jacob van Heemskerk
Funnel of a Maine lobster pot circa 1899 - old style
Funnel of a Maine lobster pot circa 1899 - new patent version
Elbert Hubbard illustrated in the frontispiece of The Mintage
Action of a circa 1907 upright piano
Young Cricketer. "Yes, I cocked one off the splice in the gully and the blighter gathered it."
Father. "Yes, but how did you get out? Were you caught, stumped or bowled, or what?"
Cartoon from Punch, July 21, 1920.
File:Frederick George Banbury, 1st Baron Banbury of Southam - Punch cartoon - Project Gutenberg eText 17596.png
"To produce a saving of one hundred-and-fifty millions you merely have to hold the hat firmly in the left hand—thus."
Frederick George Banbury in a 1920 cartoon from Punch
Mór Jókai
Panama-Pacific International Exposition
Ramsay MacDonald
George Lansbury
David Lloyd George
Jules Lemaître