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INDEX.

"Portraits of the English," 354.
"Preachee and Floggee Too," 153.
"Premier's Fix," 296.
"Premium, Par, and Discount," 162.
"Preparing for a Duel," 163.
"Preparing for the Match," 145.
"Preparing for the Witnesses," 96.
"Presenting a Bill of Indemnification," 83.
Prince of Wales' Theatre, its former titles, 225.
Prince Regent (see "George IV").
"Prisoners of War," 269.
"Probable Effects of Good Living," etc., 295.
"Punch," 287, 383.
 Rivals of, 367.
Purchase System, 305.
"Put Out," 297.

"Queen Caroline running down the Royal George," 78.

"Randolph and Hilda dancing at Ranelagh," 173.
Rawkins, 279.
"Recollections of the Court of Common Pleas," 171.
"Redgauntlet," 185.
Reform Bills of 1831-32, 242-245.
Regent (see "George IV.").
"Religion à la Mode," 311.
Religious credulity of English people, 37.
"Results of a Northern Excursion," 161.
"Return of Hercules from a Fancy Ball," 279.
"Revolution at Madame Tussaud's," 178.
Rice, the American Comedian, 251.
"Rival Newsmongers," 258.
Rival Richards, 55.
Robinson, Mr. Frederick, 135.
Robson, Thomas Frederick, 325.
"Roland Cashel," 350.
Romeo Coates, 49.
Roscius, The Young, 28.
"Rose Maylie and Oliver," 192.
Rowlandson, Thomas, 3, 83, 84 and note, 118.
"R-y-l Condescension," 149.
"Royal Extinguisher," 159.
"Royal Laundress," 143.
Royal Levées, 308.
"Royal Nuptials," 145.
"Royal Red Bengal Tiger," 154.
"Royal Rushlight," 156.
Russell, Lord John, 236, 237, 242, 243, 244, 253, 254, 300, 306, 321, 398.
Russia and Turkey, 82, 395.
"Russian Bear's Greece," 82.
"Russian Condescension," 133.
"Russian Dandy at Home," 56.

"Sailors Carousing," 175.
"Sailors' Description," etc , 162.
"Saint Shela," 162.
"Sales by Auction, or Provident Children," etc., 153.
Sandford and Merton, 121.
"Satirist, or Monthly Meteor," 131.
"Scene after the Battle," 132.
"Scene in the New Farce as performed at the Royalty," 155.
"Scene in the New Farce called the 'Rivals,'" 6l.
"Scene in the Farce of 'Lofty Projects,'" 164.
"Scene from the Pantomime of 'Cock-a-Doodle-Doo,'" 103.
"Scotch Fiddle," 161.
Scott, Sir Walter, 105.
"Scourge, The," 21, 128.
"Sealing up the People," 38.
"Secret Insult, or Bribery and Corruption Rejected," 95.
"Sergeant introducing his Dutch Wife," 169,
Seurat, Claude Ambroise, 104.
Seymour, Robert, 208-234, 405.
"Seymour's Humorous Sketches," 218.
"Shadows," 372.
Shannon and Chesapeake, 44.
Shiel, Mr., 269.