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Punch archives presents for Punch was a long-running 19th and 20th century British magazine known for its humour, satire, and cartoons. Publication History Punch began publication in 1841. Persistent Archives of Complete Issues 1841, 1853, 1872, 1887, 1890-1895, 1914, 1916, 1917, 1919, 1920: Project Gutenberg is posting transcriptions of selected Punch issues (including the cartoons). Official Site / Current Material Although the magazine is no longer being published, the official web site is still online, and has information on the history of the magazine, some sample content, and cartoon licencing information. This is a record of a major serial archive. Help with reading books -- Report a bad link -- Suggest a new listing Home -- Search -- New Listings -- Authors -- Titles -- Subjects -- Serials Books -- News -- Features -- Archives -- The Inside Story Edited by John Mark Ockerbloom (onlinebooks@pobox.upenn.edu)OBP copyright and licenses.

Literary Encyclopedia Punch (magazine) Punch, or the London Charivari was a British weekly magazine of humour and satire established in 1841 by Henry Mayhew and engraver Ebenezer Landells. Historically, it was most influential in the 1840s and 50s, when it helped to coin the term "cartoon" in its modern sense as a humorous illustration. It became a British institution, but after the 1940s, when its circulation peaked, it went into a long decline, finally closing in 1992. It was revived in 1996, but closed again in 2002. The term "cartoon" to refer to comic drawings was first used in Punch in 1843; the Houses of Parliament were to be decorated with murals, and "cartoons" for the mural were displayed for the public; the term "cartoon" then meant a finished preliminary sketch on a large piece of cardboard, or cartone in Italian. "True Humility": Bishop: "I'm afraid you've got a bad egg, Mr Jones"; Curate: "Oh, no, my Lord, I assure you that parts of it are excellent!" George du Maurier, originally published in 1895

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Commons Sessional Papers - British Parliamentary Papers What are Sessional Papers? Sessional Papers are documents printed for the Parliament and include Public Bills; Private Bills; Reports from Committees; Reports from Commissioners; and Accounts and Papers (including Command Papers). For more information on Parliamentary Papers, see the House of Commons Information Office factsheets on House of Commons Papers and Command Papers. For details on finding print and microfiche versions of the Sessional Papers in Perkins library see: Sessional Papers from the Guide to British Government Documents. For print indexes see: MathEduc MathEduc (formerly MATHDI) is the only international reference database offering a world-wide overview of literature on research, theory and practice in mathematics education. MathEduc also covers education in computer science on the elementary level. The scope includes literature for all school levels up to university education, teacher education, general and vocational education. About 500 journals from all over the world are evaluated as well as books and teaching material. MathEduc is edited by Gesellschaft für Didaktik der Mathematik (GDM), the European Mathematical Society and Fachinformationszentrum Karlsruhe in cooperation with The International Commission on Mathematical Instruction (ICMI), Editorial Unit Debrecen Zentralblatt MATH, Hungary; ERIC, USA; FIS Bildung, Germany; GPNTP, Russia; Pädagogische Fakultät Karls-Universität Prague, Czechia; PUBLIMATH, France; SANU, Serbia; SEIEM, Spain. Editor-in-Chief of MathEduc is Prof.

Egyptian War 1882 - Your Archives From Your Archives The Suez Canal opened on 16 November 1869, thus giving ships the opportunity to sail to the Far East without having to use the longer and more expensive route via the Cape of Good Hope. It was obvious that whoever controlled Egypt controlled the canal. Egypt was not a rich country and such were its finances that in 1875 Britain brought shares in the Suez Canal. In February 1881, the Egyptian Army mutinied in favour of one of its colonels, Arabi Pasha and other military leaders. On 6 June 1882, a riot broke out in Alexandria, nationalist feelings were running high. Throughout this period of unrest the Egyptian Army had been building forts to protect the port of Alexandria. Admiralty Cabinet Office Foreign Office War Office London Gazette

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Oxford Art Online Welcome to Oxford Art Online, the access point for subscriptions to Grove® Art Online, the Benezit® Dictionary of Artists, and other Oxford art reference resources. In early 2017, you'll notice some improvements to Oxford Art Online, including a fresh look and feel, improved search capabilities, and even more frequent updates to the content. Contact us with any questions or comments. Robert Whitman: Swim, performance, 2015 (Alexander Kasser Theater, Montclair State University, NJ); photo credit Anne Williams. Listen to our interview with artist Robert Whitman and collaborator Julie Martin as part of the Oxford Comment podcast series. Art History Research Starts Here Oxford Art Online is the gateway to multiple trusted online art reference resources that serve students, scholars, curators, and collectors alike. View our free subject guides for Grove and Benezit Grove Art Online Benezit Dictionary of Artists Additional highly acclaimed resources included with a Grove or Benezit subscription:

Oxford Music Online New to Grove Music Online Grove Music Online is updated three times a year. The August 2016 update includes: 17 new and 177 updated GMO articles. 250 articles from the second edition of AmeriGrove. 302 articles from the second edition of the Instruments dictionary. For more information on this site update, see What's New, or continue below: Lady's Glove Controller Lady's Glove Controller. Created by Laetitia Sonami in 1991, the Lady's Glove Controller is a modified glove that can control sound, mechanical devices, and lights. Johanna Kinkel Image in public domain Johanna Kinkel stands out among women in 19th-century Germany for her varied and productive career in music, having published over seventy songs, duets, pedagogical works, and the popular “musical joke” Die Vogelkantate, among other pieces. Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan An American soldier in the 3rd Platoon of the 3rd Brigade, 10th Mountain Division, wears an Apple iPod on patrol in Afghanistan, 2009.

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