Punch / Almanack — 1877

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'December 14,1876.")

PUNCH'S ALMANACK FOE 1877.

SPIRITUALISM MADE USEFUL.

TV ho Knows P—What sized bowl is required to
drown care in ?

Proper Fare.—What would you expect to find on
a literary man's breakfast-table?—Bacon's Remains,
Final Memorials of Lamb, if in season, and Shelley
fragments.

The Most Unkindest Cut of All.—Presenting
an unfortunate who has invested his little all in Turkish
Bonds with a Porte-monnaie.

Caution to " Comical Dogs."—Remember how
many jokes may be classed under these two heads:—
1. Funny, but old ; 2. New, but not funny.

What ought to Go together.—A turnip watch
and an eighteen-carat gold chain.

Domestic.—It was a homely but pungent observa-
tion, on the part of a man of much experience and ob-
servation, that marriage without love was like tripe
without onions.
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