A few nice doctor strange images I found:
Image from page 28 of “Gallery of comicalities :” (1880)
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Title: Gallery of comicalities :
Year: 1880 (1880s)
Authors: Cruikshank, Robert, 1789-1856 Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878 Seymour, Robert, 1798-1836
Subjects: English wit and humor, Pictorial
Publisher: London : Charles Hindley
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN
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But love is blind, and lovers cannot seeThe petty follies that themselves commit. SHAKESIEARE. Lady, the Patients very ill, The pulse is sinking fast, Tis really tinie to make his will, Im sure he cannot last. Though, as we bear him to his grave, •* Your grief you cannot smother, As one mans life I cannot save, Ill soon provide another. This language we might well suppose,Would at such time have shockd her; But the poor Ladys looks discloseNo wrath towards the Doctor. Then, Lawyer, all in vain you sue,For Physic must succeed, And what, alas ! remains for you ?The WILL—without the deed. GALLERY OF COMICALITIES.-No. VIII. ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE DRAMA RAISING THE WIND.
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/i. Cruikshaiik. A long farewell my breeks of shag ; It grieves me to the heart,To doom thee to a Hebrews bag— But you and I must part. No more thy substance, smooth and warm,Shall shield me from the weather ; And I must bear the pelting storm,With bare and breekless nether. The loss tis needless to deplore, To my hard fate I bow,I was an Irishman before, I am a Scotsman now. Poverty in this vale of woe Some strange acquaintance brings ; And Poverty full well I knowMakes people do strange things. Why doth yon Nymph with warming pan Parade the streets about ?To raise the needful as she can— To put it up the spout ! How many noble, good, and wise, Are turnd in life adrift—Forced their last shirt to sacrifice, To make another shift.8 TJNr GALLERY OF COMICALITIES.—NO. IX. ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE DRAMA MEASURE FOR MEASURE.
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