inst the new Cab Act, and London for a day was left cabless.
WANTED, A NOBLEMAN.--An EARL OF ALDBOROUGH was advertised as a patron of HOLLOWAY'S Pills, for whose real value, see Punch, No. 1126, February 7, 1863.
THE MEMBER FOR LINCOLN AS HE WILL APPEAR AT THE NEXT GENERAL ELECTION.--A Street Musician used to play several instruments in the manner here indicated.
THE BATTLE OF SPITHEAD.--The QUEEN held a grand Naval Review at Spithead.
THE DOOM OF WESTMINSTER BRIDGE was fulfilled in 1862 by the opening of the beautiful structure built by MR. PAGE.
A PRESENT FOR ABERDEEN.--LORD ABERDEEN was suspected of Russian tendencies.
FLOWERS OF THE TOWZEREY PLANT.--The Towzerey Gang was a set of swindling warehousemen well exposed by the Times.
A CONSULTATION ABOUT THE STATE OF TURKEY.--Turkey was described at this time as "the sick man."
TAVERN EXPERIENCE.--See large cut opposite.
THE INSTITUTION OF OUR SPECTRE OF CHELSEA.--An Apparition ca