Mrs. Caudle's curtain lectures/List of illustrations

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Mrs. Caudle's curtain lectures by Douglas William Jerrold
List of illustrations

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.


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The illustrations are all by Charles Keene with the exception of those by John Leech and Richard Doyle, printed in italics, which appeared with the "Lectures" as they were originally issued in the columns of "Punch."

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  Headpiece to Lecture I. (Doyle) 1
1. "Sitting up for Mr. Caudle," Initial Letter "P" xxvii
2. "Mrs. Caudle's dear Children," Initial Letter "Y" 1
3. "Mr. Caudle lends Five Pounds to a Friend" 3
4. Initial "P" (Doyle) 6
5. "Prettyman taking the Keys from his Wife's Pocket" 7
6. "Returning from the Tavern" 10
7. "Half-past Twelve at the Club," Initial Letter "W" 12
8. Initial "F" (Doyle) 17
9. "Mr. Caudle and the Police" 18
10. "Mr. Caudle is called up at Two in the Morning" 19
11. "Mrs. Caudle has left the Key," Initial Letter "P" 20
12. "Mr. Caudle has sent the Girl out" 21
13. Tailpiece (appeared originally as Initial Letter to Lecture (Doyle)) 23
14. Initial "B" (Doyle) 24
15. "Mrs. Caudle objects to Lending the Umbrella" 25
16. "Mrs. Caudle 'won't have a Cab'" 27
17. Initial "H" (Doyle) 30
18. "Mr. Caudle dines at Home. Cold Mutton!" 31
19. "Tossing the Pancake" 33
20. "What's the apron for, Mr. Caudle?" Initial Letter "N" 36
21. "Lodge, indeed! Nice goings on, I dare say" 38
22. "Mr. and Mrs. Caudle" (Leech) 39
23. Initial "H" (Doyle) 42
24. "Mr. Caudle has a Weakness for Gingerbread Nuts" 43
25. "Mr. Caudle at the Fair" 44
26. Initial "T" (Doyle) 47
27. "Mr. Caudle finds a Button off his Shirt" 49
28. "Mr. Caudle and his Mother-in-law," Initial Letter "I" 52
29. "Mrs. Caudle's dear Mother" (Doyle) 54
30. Initial "P" (Doyle) 58
31. "Mr. Caudle hasn't a Latchkey" 59
32. "What's it to you, if I like to sit up?" 62
33. "Yes, corked Whiskers on her dear Face," Initial Letter "I" 64
34. "When the Cat's away" (Doyle) 65
35. "Mr. Caudle has invited a few Friends to Supper" 67
36. Initial "T" (Doyle) 70
37. "The Twenty Pounds I will have, Mr. Caudle, if I've any" 72
38. "Mr. and Mrs. Caudle at Church" 73
39. Initial "P" (Doyle) 77
40. "Mr. Caudle is called to a Sponging-house" 80
41. "Mr. Caudle has a Midnight Visitor" 81
42. Initial "C" (Doyle) 84
43. "Little Number Six began to cry" 86
44. Initial "P" (Doyle) 90
45. "Mr. Caudle thinks the House tastes of Soap-suds" 92
46. "Mrs. Caudle has a 'Short Wash'" 93
47. Initial "I" (Leech) 96
48. "Mrs. Caudle 'wonders at his Impudence'" 99
49. Initial "C" (Doyle) 101
50. "Mrs. Caudle's Wedding-day" 103
51. Initial "B" (Doyle) 107
52. "Mr. Caudle brings Home the Wrong Hat" 109
53. "Mr. Caudle and Miss Prettyman," Initial Letter "A" 113
54. Headpiece (Doyle) 115
55. Initial "M" (Doyle) 119
56. "Why can't I go at reasonable Hours?" 120
57. "Mrs. Caudle does a 'little Shopping'" 122
58. "Mrs. Caudle at Margate," Initial Letter "H" 125
59. "Mr. and Mrs. Caudle at the Sea-side" (Leech) 129
60. "On board the 'Red Rover,'" Initial Letter "C" 131
61. "Mr. Caudle enjoys his Brandy-and-Water" (Leech) 133
62. Initial "B" (Doyle) 137
63. "Mrs. Caudle meets Miss Prettyman" 139
64. "Mr. and Mrs. Caudle take a Trip to Boulogne" 140
65. Initial "I" (Doyle) 144
66. "The Brutes searched Mrs. Caudle's Basket at the Custom House" 146
67. "Mr. Caudle admires the Fish-women" 148
68. Initial "T" (Doyle) 150
69. "Miss Prettyman on the Jetty" 151
70. "A Needle-case, that under my Nose you gave to Prettyman" 154
71. "Home! Sweet Home! — Mrs. Caudle's Return," Initial Letter "A" 157
72. Initial "O" (Leech) 162
73. "Mrs. Caudle's Morning Decoration" 165
74. Initial "T" (Doyle) 168
75. "Mrs. Caudle visits the Kitchen — 'Millions of Black-beetles!'" 169
76. "You know I hate a Black-beetle" 170
77. Initial "O" (Doyle) 174
78. "Mr. and Mrs. Badgerly" 176
79. Initial "T" (Doyle) 180
80. "You nodded and drank a Glass of Wine to that Creature" 182
81. "Mrs. Caudle discharges 'Kitty'" 184
82. "Mr. Caudle reads the Share List," Initial "W" 186
83. Initial "T" (Doyle) 191
84. "Mr. Caudle sends for his Lawyer" 192
85. "Lawyer as he is, he hadn't the Face to deny it" 193
86. Initial "O" (Doyle) 197
87. "Mr. Caudle 'takes to Billiards'" 199
88. "Mr. Caudle a Widower" 202
89. The End (Doyle) 205