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ENGLISH CARICATURISTS.

"A Christmas Carol," by Charles Dickens, four coloured plates and cuts. 1843-4.

"Jessie Phillips," by Mrs. Trollope, eleven plates.

[With George Cruikshank.] "Colin Clink," by Charles Hooton.

1845. [With Doyle and others.] "The Chimes," by Charles Dickens.

"Hints in Life; or, How to Rise in Society," frontispiece.

"Young Master Troublesome; or, Master Jacky's Holidays."

"Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine," 1845 to 1848. Etchings to "St. Giles and St. James."

1846. "The Quizziology of the British Drama," by Gilbert a Beckett, frontispiece.

"The Comic Annual" (a re-publication of "Hood's Whimsicalities"), forty-five illustrations.

[With Doyle and others.] "The Battle of Life," by Charles Dickens.

1847. "The Comic History of England," by Gilbert á Beckett, coloured etchings and numerous designs on wood.

1848. "The Life and Adventures of Oliver Goldsmith," by John Forster [with another].

"The Rising Generation," twelve large, tinted lithographs, issued from the Punch office.

"The Struggles and Adventures of Christopher Tadpole," by Albert Smith, etchings.

[With John Tenniel and others.] "The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain," by Charles Dickens. 1847-8.

[With Richard Doyle and Alfred Crowquill] "Bon Gaultier's Book of Ballads," by Theodore Martin and Professor Aytoun. 1849.

"A Man made of Money," by Douglas Jerrold, twelve etchings.

"Natural History of Evening Parties," by Albert Smith.

1851. "The Month," edited by Albert Smith.

1852. "Dashes of American Humour," by Howard Paul.

"The Comic History of Rome," by Gilbert à Beckett, ten coloured etchings and numerous designs on wood.

1853. "The Fortunes of Hector O'Halloran and his man Mark Antony Toole," by W. H. Maxwell, etchings.

"Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour," by R. W. Surtees, twelve coloured etchings and numerous designs on wood.

1854. "The Great Highway," by S. W. Fullom.