Cartoon portraits and biographical sketches of men of the day

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Cartoon portraits and biographical sketches of men of the day  (1873) 
Text Anonymous and illustrated by Frederick Waddy

Cartoon Portraits and Biographical Sketches
of
Men of the Day.

LONDON
ROBSON AND SONS, PRINTERS, PANCRAS ROAD, N.W.


CARTOON PORTRAITS

AND

Biographical Sketches

OF

MEN OF THE DAY.


THE DRAWINGS BY FREDERICK WADDY.




LONDON:
TINSLEY BROTHERS, 18 CATHERINE STREET, STRAND.
1873.


NOTE.


With one exception, the likeness in profile of Lord Lytton, the Cartoon Portraits of Men of the Day—for the most part those of literary celebrities—comprised in this volume have appeared during the past year as illustrations in 'Once a Week.' Biographical sketches accompanied the cartoons in the pages of the magazine; and in collecting and republishing the portraits in a separate and more permanent form, it has not been thought necessary to make any material alterations in the notices that originally accompanied them.


CONTENTS.
 
page
Lord Lytton 1
C. R. Darwin, F.R.S. 6
John Everett Millais 8
Dion Boucicault 10
Robert Browning 12
G. E. Street, R.A. 18
'Mr. Speaker' 20
J. L. Toole 22
Gustave Doré 26
William Morris 28
Dr. Garrett Anderson 30
William Hepworth Dixon 34
Professor Owen 36
The Right Hon. B. Disraeli 38
John Hollingshead 46
A. C. Swinburne 48
J. C. M. Bellew 50
Henry Irving 52
Charles Reade 54
Tom Hood 64
Benjamin Webster 66
Anthony Trollope 68
C. E. Mudie 72
Lionel Brough 74
Wilkie Collins 76
Alfred Tennyson 78
Norman Macleod 86
Andrew Halliday 88
Canon Kingsley 90
George Augustus Sala 94
Professor Huxley 96
Charles Lever 98
J. R. Planché 102
Edmund Yates 104
Captain Warren, R.E. 106
John Ruskin 108
W. H. Smith, M.P. 112
Thomas Carlyle 114
J. B. Buckstone 116
Frederick Locker 118
Mark Twain 122
H. M. Stanley 124
J. A. Froude 126
Shirley Brooks 128
Dean Stanley 134
Matthew Arnold 136
Harrison Ainsworth 138
J. B. Hopkins 140
George Macdonald 144
William Tinsley 146
This work was published before January 1, 1923 and it is anonymous or pseudonymous due to unknown authorship. It is in the public domain in the United States as well as countries and areas where the copyright terms of anonymous or pseudonymous works are 140 years or less since publication.
 


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