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CHAPTER XVI.

Hablot Knigăt Browne (“Phiz "). - Invincible Tendency to Exaggeration.-
Charles Lever's Opinion. —Weakness and Attenuation of his Figures. - Compared
with John Leech.—Tendency to Reproduce.-All his Heroes closely Resemble One
Another.-Charles Lever's Complaint on this Score. -Great Ability of the Artist.

_"Ralph Nickleby's Visit to his Poor Relations."-Newman Noggs.-Squeers.-
Mrs. Nickleby's Lunatic Admirer. –“ Pecksniff's Reception of the New Pupil."-
* Pleasant Little Family Party at Mr. Pecksniff's.”_"Warm Reception of Mr.
Pecksniff by his Venerable Friend."-Quilp and Samson Brass. —Quilp and the
Dog.-Mrs. Jarley's Waxwork Brigand.-Capture of Bunsby by Mrs. Macstinger.
-"Sunday under Three Heads.” — The Jack Sheppard Mania of 1840.-" The
Way to the Gallows made Easy and Pleasant.”—“Phiz” not a Born Comic
Artist. - Excellence in Depicting Graver Subjects.—"The Dombey Family.”--
* Mrs. Dombey at Home. "_"Abstraction and Recognition.”_" The Dark Road.”

_"Carker in his Hour of Triumph.”_" Bleak House.”-- Why Browne suited

Charles Dickens's Requirements. -Coolness between Artist and Author.-One

of Browne's Finest Illustrations. -Decline of Book Etching.-Browne without an

Idea of his own.- Powerful Assistance rendered to Novelists by Book Illustrators

of his day. --Sketches and Studies. -Death of the Artist. . . 09. 336-354..

First Work of Richard Doyle. — Receives his Art Training from his Father. --
Joins Punch.-The Peace-at-any-Price Party.—The Troubles of 1848.—The Sea-
Serpent of Revolution Upsetting the Monarchical Cock-boats.--Lord Brougham.-
Richard Doyle's Dream of the Future of Ireland.-The Window Tax.--"Manners
and Customs of Ye Englishe.”_"The Month” upon Exeter Hall.- Establish:
ment of the Papal Hierarchy in England. - The Causes of Doyle's Retirement
from Punch Explained.-Unselfishness of His Conduct.-Ultimate Consequences
on his Prospects.--Number of his Punch Illustrations.-Caricatures of Richard
Doyle.--"Brown, Jones, and Robinson."-Works Illustrated by Doyle.-Mr.
Hamerton's Criticism on his Illustrations to “ The Newcomes.”—His Death. -
John Tenniel.-Joins Punch at the Commencement of Troublous Times. ---Death
of the Duke of Wellington.-Battle of Oltenitza.-Lord Aberdeen as the “Cou.

rier of St. Petersburg."-Lord Aberdeen tries to Hold in the British Lion.--

England the Unready.--"Peace" Seated on the Garrison Gun.- Punch's Low Esti.

mate of the Third Napoleon.-An “International Poultry Show."-" The Eagle

in Love."-"Playing with Edged Tools.”_"An Unpleasant Neighbour, "-Louis

Closes his Firework Shop “to please Johnny.”-Miss Britannia Refuses to Dance

again with Louis.-Mr. Tenniel one of the most Versatile of Modern Designers.-

Examples of his Graphic Satire.-Notice of his Cartoons Closes with 1864, in

Accordance with the Plan of the Work. -His Comic Powers.

p. 381-400.

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

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ANONYMOUS.
VA BUZ IN A Box . . . . . . . . . .

From Woodcut Reproduction of the Original Caricature.
GRAND ENTRANCE to BAMBOOZLEM . . . . . . .

From Woodcut Reproduction of the Original Caricature. LEAP YEAR; OR, JOHN Bull's Peace EstaBLISHMENT . . .

From Woodcut Reproduction of the Original Caricature. A PEEP IN THE PUMP ROOM . . . . . . . .

From Woodcut Reproduction of the Original Caricature.

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BENNETT, CHAS. 11. "CREEPING LIKE A SNAIL” . . . . . . .

From Original Woo.lblock in possession o, the Publishers. Old Enough to Know Better. . . . . . . .

From Original Woodblock in possession of the Publishers.

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BROWNE, HABLOT K. (“PHIZ”).
THE DEPARTURE. . . . . . . . . .
Dick SWIVELLER AND THE LODGER . . . . . .
THE RIOTERS
SAM WELLER AND HIS FATHER .

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Woodcut Reproductions of the Original Sketches.

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BUNBURY, W. 11.
INTERIOR OF A BARBER'S Suop . . . . . . .
SALUTATION TAVERN . . . . . . . . .
STREPHON AND CHLOE.

By Permission of Alessi's. Chatto ll in li's.

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CROWQUILL, ALFRED. FROZEN OUT GARDENERS . "SWEARING THE HORNS” AT HIGHGATE . .

Both by permission of Messrs. Il'. & R. Chambers.

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CRUIKSHANK, GEORGE. ABSENT-MINDEDNESS

BAT BOROO . . . vThe BRAINTREES.

. . . The DEAF POSTILION . .

. THE DENTIST . THE ELVES AND THE COBBLER

Above six by permission of Messrs. Geo. Bell & Sons. v The GIN SHOP . ..

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From Woodcut Reproduction of the originai Caricature.
The OLD COMMODORE. .
O* By permission of Messrs. Geo. Routledge - son..

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From Woodcut Reproduction of ine Originali Caricature. ..

• “A Tall FIGURE HER Sight ENGROSSED ” .

RUSSIAN CONDESCENSION

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· The Witch's SWITCH . . . .

Above three by permission of Messrs. Geo. Bell & Sons.

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CRUIKSHANK, ROBERT. Joux BULL FLOURISHING . . .

. Woodcut Reproduction of the Original Caricature. CUTS FROM "THE UNIVERSAL Songster”.

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By permission of Messrs. Geo. Routledge au son.

DORÉ, GUSTAVE.
THE ABBOT OF MARMOUSTIERS ..
THE LANDLORD OF THE THREE BARBELS . . . . . .
MONSEIGNEUR HUGON . .
SERJEANT-OF-THE-JUSTICE TAUPIN .

Above four by permission of Messi's. Chatto & IVindus.

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GILLRAY, J.
A CONNOISSEUR
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* A LESSON IN APPLE DUMPLINGS .
NAPOLEONIC CARICATURES
THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY .
A PEEP AT CHRISTIE's . .
ROYAL AFFABILITY.

Above seven by permission of Messrs. Chatto & Windus. SHAKESPEARE SACRIFICED . . .

W'ovdcut Reproduction of the Original Caricature.

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HOGARTH, W. MARRIAGE À LA MODE . .

Woodcut Reproduction of the Original Sketch.

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LANE, THEODORE. THE GALLERY. . „THE NONPAYING AUDIENCE. . . . . . . .

Woodcut Reproductions of the Original Sketches.

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ROWLANDSON, T. * “ ALL THE TALENTS " .

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V" ANYTHING WILL DO FOR AN OFFICER

THE COBBLER's CURE FOR A SCOLDING WIFE . .
DESIRE · · · · · · ·
, SPITFIRES. . . . . . . . .
TRUMPET AND BASSOON.

Above six by permission of Messrs. Chatto & Windus.

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SANDBY, PAUL. *A MOUNTEBANK PAINTER .

By permission of Messrs. Chatto Eu Windus.

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THACKERAY, W. M. ANGELICA ARRIVES JUST IN TIME

By permission of Messrs. Smith, Elder's co. .... BROWN, JONES, AND ROBINSON . .

sice..: · 392 By permission of Messrs. Bradbury, Agnew & Co. * GRUFFANUFF . . . . . . . . . . . . • . 378

By permission of Messrs. Smith, Elder & Co. " MARGINAL SKETCHES (2) . . . . . . . .

· 375 By permission of Messrs. Chatto Eu Windus. MONKS OF THE ORDER OF FLAGELLANTS · · · · · · · · · PRINCE BULBO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 378

Both by permission of Messrs. Smith, Elder Eu Co.

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WOODWARD, G. M.
DEERERAL COMPLAINT» ::::::::::::

Buch by permission of Messrs. Chatto & Windus.

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