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And now let Mr. Lambkin speak for himself
Battle of Engravers
Cover illustration, The Bachelor's Own Book
Manchester in 1851, London in 1851
Mr. Lambkin and his friends
Mr. Lambkin and his friends cut a pretty figure
Mr. Lambkin being quite recovered
Mr. Lambkin being tired of the old-fashioned regular practice
Mr. Lambkin goes to a Masquerade
Mr. Lambkin has to be nursed
Mr. Lambkin having come into his property
Mr. Lambkin in a moment of delightful delirium
Mr. Lambkin makes some most delightful acquaintance
Mr. Lambkin suddenly feels rather poorly
Mr. Lambkin with a snug Bachelor's party
Mr. Lambkin writes a letter of humiliation
Mr. Lambkin, at an evening party
Mr. Lambkin, finding that he has been variously and thoroughly befooled
Mr. Lambkin, having cut those Bachelor Parties
Mr. Lambkin, overwhelmed with shame and vexation
Mr. Lambkin's confidence in the curative powers
Mr. Lambkin's habits grow worse and worse!
Odds and Ends, in out, and about, the Great Exhibition of 1851
The Congress Dissolved Before the Cake was Cut Up
The Dispersion of the Works of all Nations form the Great Exhibition of 1851
The First Shilling-Day, Going in, the First Shilling-Day, Coming out
The Hombourg Waltz, with characteristic sketches of family dancing!
The Opera Boxes, During the Time of the Great Exhibition!
The Phoenix of Elba Resucitated by Treason
Worship of Bacchus, or The Drinking Customs of a Society
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Last updated: 12/03/2021