Punch's Pocket Book for 1851

Title

Punch's Pocket Book for 1851

Call Number

AP 101 .P85x

Date of Publication

1850

Collection Size

192 pages

Restrictions

Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections

Language

English

Historical Note

An annual publication of the British satirical magazine Punch. The weekly magazine's first edition debuted on July 17, 1841. The publication had financial difficulties until the editor put out a large annual edition titled Punch's Almanack and was purchased by Bradbury & Evans publishing house. Punch's Pocket Book was a condensed version of the larger Almanack that could be carried in one's pocket and enjoyed everywhere.

Files

Download Punch's Pocket Book for 1851 - Table of Contents Part 1 (116 KB)

Download Punch's Pocket Book for 1851 - Table of Contents Part 2 (76 KB)

Download Punch's Pocket Book for 1851 - Illustration (271 KB)

Description

Punch's Pocket Book for 1851 contains an almanac, cash account log, daily diary pages, a variety of useful business information, short stories, poetry, and cartoons. Please see the attached tables of content and illustration.

Additional Notes

Printed by Whitefriars. The Punch Offices was located at number 85, Fleet Street, London.

Publisher

Bradbury & Evans

City

London

Keywords

Almanacs, Wit, Satire, Cartoons, Short Stories, Poetry

Punch's Pocket Book for 1851

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