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Furniss, Harry (British caricaturist, illustrator, 1854-1925)
Harry Furniss (snob university)
Manuscript language material
Carroll, Lewis (1832-1898)
Cruikshank, George (1792-1878))
Dickens, Charles (1812-1870)
Leech, John (1817-1864)
Maunsell, H. R.
Melville, Lewis = Lewis Saul Benjamin, 1874-1932
Rackham, Arthur (1867-1939)
Santerbás, Santiago R. (1937-)
Thackeray, W.M. (1811-1863)
Thackeray, William Makepeace (1811-1863)
Vale de Gato, Margarida (1973-)
adventures of Philip
Alice do outro lado do espelho
All in a garden fair; the simple story of three boys and a girl
aventuras de Alice no País das Maravilhas, As
Ballads and verses and miscellaneous contributions to "Punch"
Barnaby Rudge : a tale of the riots of 'eighty
Better than the V.C. [i.e., Victoria Cross]
Brayhard; the strange adventures of one ass and seven champions
Burlesques from Cornhill to Grand Cairo and Juvenilia
by ways and queer ways of boxing, The
caça ao snark, A
Canción de Navidad
Cançó de nadal
Catalogue of a collection of drawings political and pictorial by Harry Furniss : exhibited at the Fine Art Society's, February 1894
century of Grace, A
Christmas carol, A
comic Blackstone, The
confessions of a caricaturist, The
Critical papers in literature
diary of the Salisbury Parliament, 1886-1892., A
Edwardian's view of Dickens & his illustrators Harry Furniss's "A sketch of Boz, An
English humorists of the 18th century, The : the four Georges: ...
Fitz-Boodle papers and other sketches, The
Garrick gallery of caricatures, The
Greeley as Robinson Crusoe
Harry Furniss at home.
Harry Furniss Dickens: containing five hundred original illustrations ..., The
Here, who did this?
history of Henry Esmond, Esq., colonel in the service of Her Majesty Queen Anne, The : written by himself
history of Pendennis, The : his fortunes and misfortunes, his friends and his greatest enemy
How to draw in pen and ink
Humours of Parliament
incompleat angler., The
Letter from Harry Furniss to "Mr.Blatill", saying his doctor ordered him to take rest as he has been working at high pressure and that he took his daughter to Paris
Letter from Harry Furniss to "Mr.Parke", explaining that he only had two hours to make a draft and providing contact details if he would like to communicate in the future
Letter from Henry Furniss to unknown recipient, regarding reducing a fee
Lovel the widower and other stories and sketches
M. P.'s in session, from Mr. Punch's parliamentary portrait gallery.
memoirs of Barry Lyndon, Esq.: and the fatal boots, written by himself, The ; Catherine, a story
missing prince, The
My Bohemian days
Newcomes, The : memoirs of a most respectable family ed. by Arth. Pendennis, Esq.
"Our Joe" : his great fight
Our lady cinema
Paradise in Piccadilly; the story of Albany
Paris sketch book of Mr. M.A. Titmarsh, The ; and The Irish sketch book
Pen and pencil in Parliament
Pictures at play, or, Dialogues of the galleries
Poverty Bay : a nondescript novel
Roundabout papers and Denis Duval
Royal Academy antics : with more than sixty illustrations
Sarony, N.Y., photographing me
Some Victorian women, good, bad, and indifferent.
Sylvie and Bruno
To Miss G. Nash : Quite a small one!
Travels in London : letters to a young man about town and other contributions to "Punch"
Two pins club, The
Vanity fair : a novel without a hero
Virginians, The : a tale of the last century
Washington crossing Union Squre
Yellowplush correspondence, The : Jeames's diary : The Great Hoggarty diamond ...