Punch, or the London Charivari
JOBBING PATRIOTS.--MR. GEORGE ROBINS was an auctioneer in Covent Garden, and celebrated for the extravagant imagery of his advertisements. His successors have offices in Bond Street.
SHOCKING WANT OF SYMPATHY.--SIR P. LAURIE, a very active City magnate, continually engaged in "putting down" suicide, poverty, &c.
SIR F. BURDETT, long the Radical member for Westminster. His political perversion took every one by surprise.
NEW STUFFING FOR THE SPEAKER'S CHAIR.--MR. PETER BORTHWICK had been an actor in the Provinces.
INQUEST.--The Eagle Tavern, City Road, was built by MR. ROUSE--"Bravo, ROUSE!" as he was called.
LADY MORGAN, the Authoress of The Wild Irish Girl, and many other popular works, died 1860.
THE TORY TABLE D'HOTE.--"BILLY" HOLMES was whipper-in to the Conservatives in the House of Commons.
THE LEGAL ECCALOBEION.--BARON CAMPBELL had been appointed Chancello