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APPENDIX III.


SOME OF THE ILLUSTRATED WORK OF JOHN LEECH.


1835. "Etchings and Sketchings, by A. Pen, Esq."

1837. "Jack Brag," by Theodore Hook.

1840. "The Comic Latin Grammar," by Paul Prendergast. (Percival Leigh.) Plates and cuts.

"The Comic English Grammar," by Gilbert á Beckett. Fifty illustrations.

"The Fiddle-Faddle Fashion Book," by Percival Leigh. Four coloured plates.

[With Hablot Knight Browne and another] "The London Magazine, Charivari, and Courrier des Dames."

"Bentley's Miscellany," 1840 to 1849, containing etchings to the "Ingoldsby Legends," "Stanley Thorn," "Richard Savage," "Adventures of Mr. Ledbury," "Fortunes of the Scattergood Family," "Marchioness of Brinvilliers," "Brian O'Linn," etc., etc.

1841. "The Children of the Mobility," seven lithographs in a wrapper.

"Written Caricatures," by C. C. Pepper (pseud.).

"Punch, or The London Charivari." 1841 to 1864.

[With Isaac Robert Cruikshank] "Merrie England in the Olden Time," by George Daniel. 1842.

"New Monthly Magazine," 1842 to 1844.

"Hood's Comic Annual."

1843. "The Wassail Bowl," by Albert Richard Smith, etchings and woodcuts.

"Jack the Giant-Killer."

"The Illuminated Magazine," 1843 to 1845.

1844. "The Comic Arithmetic," designs on wood.

"Punch's Snap-Dragon for Children," four etchings.

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