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U-Goo-Goo Zulu Lily would decide on neither one of her two suitorsGag-Jag, Jackal-Slayer the rejected, vows vengeanceWhen alone the rivals display annihilative looksGag-Jag interposes. 'Fight a duel' said he'That we will' replied the rivalsGag-Jag lays the dead rivals out in stateSo Gag-Jag comforts U-Goo-GooMr Long and Mr Short go for a walk and sit down to lunchNever dreaming that a tiger was waiting for a mealThey resort to a trick and tip the tub over the tigerAnd luckily for them his tail comes through the bungholeWhich they tie in a knotWhen the tiger suddenly starts for homeTo the relief of Mr Short and Mr LongAfter 12 months absence they return to find every tiger with a tub on its tailPhyllis and her Two LoversShe Loses her BonnetHer Two Admirers Leap into the Stream to Recover itThey Fail to Catch it, and a Cow Appears with the Bonnet on her HornA Youth to the RescueThe Bonnet RecoveredThe Bonnet RestoredPhyllis Walks off with the Youth, Leaving her Old Lovers QuarrellingCrusoe on the RaftMilking the GoatsDinner TimeCrusoe makes a BoatThe footprint in the SandMan FridayCrusoe teaching FridayCrusoe sees a ShipTitleTitle'Fire, Fire, Fire''Fire, Fire, Fire'Steam Engine at WorkSteam Engine at WorkThe Jewin Street FireThe Jewin Street FireBrigade at Work on the RuinsBrigade at Work on the RuinsFire EscapeFire EscapeA Noble RescueA Hero IndeedPeril in Mid-AirTo the RescueA pool of FireThe Brave StokerDaring DanOne More ChanceBishop HanningtonBishop HanningtonThe Chamois HunterThe Darlings at HomeA British Anti-Aircraft Gun in ActionThe Flight into EgyptPaulhan: Off to ManchesterThe ElephantThe Sea-LionThe GiraffeThe ElephantThe CamelMr Darling in the KennelMr Brown and his wife are awakened by a mouseMr Brown and his wife are awakened by a mouseThey both start in pursuitThey both start in pursuitWhen the mouse runs into Mr Brown's nightcapWhen the mouse runs into Mr Brown's nightcapGot him now said BrownGot him now said BrownNot quite said the mouseNot quite said the mouseHold on a minute said Mrs BrownHold on a minute said Mrs BrownThere now did you everThere now did you everIn the end mousie wishes them good nightIn the end mousie wishes them good nightTom Thumb's Mother and the MagicianHis arrival in Africa. The Natives are surprised at the umbrellaTaking a siestaAwakened by the roar of a lionThe lion gazing in astonishment at the umbrellaMr O'Toole opens the umbrella in the lion's faceThe lion, terrified, makes his escapeHe watches the retreat of the lionHe marches proudly away with his umbrellaJohn Gilpin was a citizenThe morning came, the chaise was broughtNow Mistress Gilpin (careful soul!)Away went Gilpin, neck or noughtHis horse at last stood stillFor, while he spake, a braying assAway went Gilpin, and awayHe did again get downHow Robin was OutlawedRobin wins the Prize at NottinghamRobin's encounter with Little JohnRobin and the Sheriff of NottinghamRobin and Friar TuckAllen a Dale's WeddingRobin and Queen EleanorFriar Tuck and the Black KnightDeath of NelsonAdmiral Morant and Lord Charles BeresfordPortrait of Lord RobertsSo three doors off the chaise was stay'd, / Where they did all get in; / [...]I came because your horse would come, / And if I well forbode, / [...]Whereat his horse did snort, as he / Had heard a lion roar, / [...]And thus unto the youth she said, / That drove them to the Bell, / [...]Christ the Sower (Noyes-Lewis)The Woman with an Issue of Blood touching the Hem of Christ's GarmentSéracs, near the top ArêteThe Mid-day Sleep'First Lesson on the Bagpipes'Right Hon. Marquis of SalisburyRight Hon. Marquis of SalisburyRight Hon. W.E. GladstoneRight Hon. W.E. GladstoneRight Hon. Marquis of HartingtonChas. DickensC. GounodMatthew Arnold19th HussarsDevonshire RegimentMounted Military Police CorpsRoyal EngineersEast Kent RegimentGordon HighlandersQueen's Own Cameron Highlanders6th Dragoon Guards, 'Outpost Duty'Gigantic Black-buttAborigine of New South WalesGovernment Black TrackerAborigine Harrying an Opossum's NestCromer, The Sea FrontSelling Fish on Flamboro BeachScarboro Castle, The Old TowerRobin Hood's BayCrossing the Mer de Glace'What, Tom!' says I, 'afraid to drink?''Take that and die,' said Ned'Take that and die,' said NedHe saw him off to prison goHe saw him off to prison goThe moonlight glanced upon a millThe moonlight glanced upon a millHe sat him down upon a bankHe sat him down upon a bankBe merciful to me, O GodBe merciful to me, O GodHomeward, he turned -- he thought of JaneHomeward, he turned -- he thought of JaneDear William! love me once againDear William! love me once againOh, when was Sabbath eve like this?Oh, when was Sabbath eve like this?Never burn a Candle at both endsOne Hunchback laughs at anotherEmpty SacksThe old Man and his DonkeyA Horn-Blower but not a HunterDon't shave with a HandsawThe Hole under the NoseSweep before your own DoorDuly Feed Man and SteedHe has got the Fiddle, but not the StickRide not your Hobby too hardThe Cat's FootYou can't catch the Wind in a NetThe Horse with a HalterStick to it and succeedCart before the HorseFools set Stools for Wise Men to stumble overA vile and filthy alleyA vile and filthy alleyI can see them there with JesusA drunken father's curses, and a drunken mother's blowsA drunken father's curses, and a drunken mother's blowsI can see them there with JesusHe told me that the pretty name was RoseHe told me that the pretty name was RoseThe Rose fell at Nelly's feetThe Rose fell at Nelly's feetMoses striking the RockSamson and the LionElijah and the AngelA common Incident of Blighted LifeGiles Johnson as he wasGiles Johnson as he isJack and his Hard LumpJack and his Hard LumpIn the early Winter's MornInvitationHamelinRouse up, Sirs, give your brains a rackingBless us, cried the Mayor, what's that!And out of the house the rats came tumblingAnd folks who put me in a passionOut came the children runningWhen lo! as they reached the mountain sideFriend Grimshaw cannot eat his dinner from toothacheHe is recommended to smokeHe tries the cold-water cureHe tries the hot stoveHe tries the hot stoveHe goes to bed and piles the bed and pillows upon himHe goes to bed and piles the bed and pillows upon himHe calls on Professor TwisterHe calls on Professor TwisterThe Professor examines the offending toothThe Professor examines the offending toothHe proposes to extract itHe proposes to extract itHe has some difficulty in getting him to open his mouthHe has some difficulty in getting him to open his mouthHe succeeds in extracting the toothHe succeeds in extracting the toothGrimshaw pays the Professor his feeGrimshaw pays the Professor his feeHe returns and eats a hearty meal with his better halfHe returns and eats a hearty meal with his better halfIntroductionDeparture of Mrs SmallpieceLying in WaitDisturbed RestGroping for the MatchesBaby tries to Swallow the MatchesBaby seized and Carried Down StairsLighting the FireAdministering the FoodBaby's Toys in BedThe Light goes outThe War DanceReturn of Mrs SmallpieceTangier -- Moorish Walking CostumeAll of a sudden there came an awful blaze of lightAnd she'd leapt on the line and saved him just as the mail dashed thro'And she'd leapt on the line and saved him just as the mail dashed thro'Who's getting married this morning?They were sweethearts trothed and plightedHe struck his fist on the tableOne of our chaps had caught himEve came, red-eyed, and told him'Lean over and kiss me, Jack'In his lonely cellAnd all of the people shunned himSick unto death, and dyingHe told us his noble storyThree cheers for the faithful Eve!Oh! the snow, the beautiful snowOh! the snow, the beautiful snowThe SmithThe Smith at WorkThe Village ChurchThe Village ChoirWell on the track, delightfulWell on the track, delightfulA sudden change, O horror!A sudden change, O horror!A gallant guardsman, on guardOff guard, ah! ah!The Sermon on the MountFeeding of the multitude in the desertDives and LazarusJesus scourgedJudas hangs himselfJesus carrying the crossJesus, risen, at the sea of TiberiasThe stoning of StephenThe vision of PeterPaul and Barnabas at LystraPaul's farewell to the elders of EphesusBaggage SmashersIcebergsYou have sailed your Yacht in the SummerYou have sailed your Yacht in the SummerYou have sailed your Yacht in the SummerThere was News of a WreckThere was News of a WreckThere was News of a WreckHe stood like a Man at the RudderHe stood like a Man at the RudderHe stood like a Man at the RudderBut Father and Sons were fighting DeathBut Father and Sons were fighting Death'Come back!' said the three strong Soldiers'Come back!' said the three strong SoldiersThey caught and saved a Brother aliveThey caught and saved a Brother aliveThey caught and saved a Brother alive'You'll have to answer for this,' said heThere came into his eyes a dreamy expressionDick receives the bags of gold for his CatDick's introduction to the King, who knighted himDick Marries the Merchant's only DaughterThe Wolf caughtThe Wolf sold to a Wild Beast ShowOne gentleman takes up his seat just outside, enjoying the air and his book as they rideAnd so the poor chap who was seated outside was seen by two horrified faces to slideThen up the deep incline he scrambled you see, intending the first at the outlet to beHe seated himself on the tunnel and took once more a deep interest in his big bookFor just a few moments he scared the old chap who drove them, and knew nothing of the mishapAnd then they explained to the grinning old man the cause of the stoppage, and off they all ranAnd guess, if you can, how they opened their eyes, with horror at first, then again with surpriseThe King of the BelgiansThe King of the BelgiansBiggar, J.G.Gladstone, the Right Hon. EwartHerschell, LordLeighton, Sir F.Spurgeon, Rev. C.H.Toole, J.L.Lord Kitchener of KhartoumLord Kitchener of KhartoumPresident KrugerLord RobertsLord RobertsLord RobertsLord RobertsThe Cave of UmmernathGroup of Cashmere Boatmen and WomenNoticed by BoazReceives the Measure of BarleyBoaz purchasing the InheritanceSays Tommy's papa, 'What a fidget you are! / From that window, my boy, you are leaning too far'To grasp it he tried, lost his presence of mind, / And falling, he felt himself clutched from behindHis father had caught him, but short was his hold, / For heavy was Tom, and his trousers were oldFijian PolicemenIn the old churchyard of the villageIn the old churchyard of the villageReturn of the young soldierReturn of the young soldierGood-bye, their last kissesGood-bye, their last kissesHubert receiving his mother's last giftHubert receiving his mother's last giftThe regiment embarkingThe regiment embarkingHe hastened to the cabinHe hastened to the cabinThe boat was pushed offThe boat was pushed offIt was not the song-book, it was the BibleIt was not the song-book, it was the BibleIn India marching up countryIn India marching up countryAfter the battleAfter the battleAfter the battleFor some minutes he sat in deep thoughtFor some minutes he sat in deep thoughtDiscovery of the note from his comradeDiscovery of the note from his comradeHis head drooped in deep anguish on his bosomHis head drooped in deep anguish on his bosomA terrible fightA terrible fightFound in the jungleFound in the jungleThe doctor read the fifty-first PsalmThe doctor read the fifty-first PsalmThe poor sufferer's eyes turned towards the doorThe poor sufferer's eyes turned towards the doorThey watched with Christian love beside the bedThey watched with Christian love beside the bedThe doctor crept softly into Hubert's chamberThe doctor crept softly into Hubert's chamberHe knelt and poured out his heart to heavenHe knelt and poured out his heart to heavenThe blood-stained coatThe blood-stained coatThe torn BibleThe torn Bible'See what saved my life,' he said'See what saved my life,' he saidInvalided homeInvalided homeHe turned into a shady laneHe turned into a shady lane'What! Hubert?' cried the old man'What! Hubert?' cried the old manHubert and his father in the churchyardHubert and his father in the churchyardHarry was picked up, as usual, by two policemen'I am very sorry to tell you, Mrs Terriss,' said the policemanNavvies on the G.W. RailwayThe Fairy Horse and its RidersThe Huntsman gored by the Fairy StagThe Second Expedition to the Soudan. Gordon's DepartureHe crouched into a cornerThe quickening steps of a policemanWhen I saw a cat come with a manBrown, walking out with Mrs. B., notices how nicely some cyclists get over the groundAnd so he came with muzzle black as soot, creeping behind and bit the fellow's footTo be revenged was now poor sooty's aim, but pug -- as if he knew his little gameAnd then in memory of the damaged foot, his nose was thrust deep in the bowl of sootWhen Mr Pug at last got his release, for some long time he could do nought but sneezeThe lady and her little boy suddenly see a horse and his rider coming towards themThe boy pulls at her dress to drag her in the opposite directionThe dress gives way, the boy still pulling in one direction and the lady in the oppositeWhile spinning yarns under the shade of the tub, they are startled by a loud roarThey spring to their feet and dodge the tiger round the tubThe chase grows warm, but they still keep the tub between themThe baffled tiger attempts to spring over the tubAssisted by all parties, the tub performs a summersault, and the men sit upon the top to keep the tiger underWhile wondering if they should ever get down, the tiger twists his tail through the bung holeA bright idea seizes them, and they seize the tailClinging to it for dear life, they get a ride over the sandy plainThe tiger pauses somewhat exhausted, and they succeed in tying the knotThey let go the tail, and the tiger runs off with the tubThe tiger makes his way to the jungle, but never gets rid of the tubSo for ever afterwards all the little tigers were born with tubs to their tailsHe takes -- a Portrait -- Train takes its DepartureHe takes -- on a Boxing KangarooHe takes -- a (Russian) NativeThe SerpentThe TemptationThe FallAdam and Eve driven out of EdenThe Flight into EgyptOff the trackThe meetingThe frightThe flightTormentTortureThe little nipper in the big nippersHammer-ousness an vil-lanyA matter of de-tailThe partingIllustration, Christ ascendeth into heavenBut in his arms a cherub sweet was nestling close with fond caressI watched him pass a tavern door, with saddened look and quivering mouthI stopped him on his homeward way, to speak a word of kindly cheer'They bring the glass where'er we go as if it were the one great boon''I lost my wife a year ago, and in the shock of grief and pain''Last week I took my usual way straight to the 'Dustman's Arms,' for trust''And saw, with infinite surprise, my little darling come to meet''She clung, not without fear of blame, whispering, 'Please, father, don't go in!' ''She clung, not without fear of blame, whispering, 'Please, father, don't go in!' ''And so the darling comes each day, to guide me past the tempter's snare'The policeman had Davie down on the pavementDavie was marched off to the police stationThe policeman found them. Davie was asleep and the old woman was deadSir John Gladstone, BartMr Gladstone at the age of 23Lord DerbyMr Disraeli (Lord Beaconsfield)Lord John RussellLord HartingtonMr Gladstone and 'Bradlaugh and Parnell' (Caricature)Mr A.J. BalfourLord RoseberyLord RoseberyDeep in the mine's gloom profoundDeep in the mine's gloom profound(Effect) For well I know that Love DivineFire damp is the cry that brings terror to the miner braveFire damp is the cry that brings terror to the miner braveHe recollected his promise just as he got his foot on the doorstepIt was Christmas Eve. Snow had been falling all dayIt was Christmas Eve. Snow had been falling all day'Ho! ho! he bellowed out at last, I've got you now, my lad, quite fast'Now watch him, Pincher, keep him there, and I will to the house repair'The boy, to make the dog afraid, began an apple cannonadeThe farmer reached the guarded tree, with face brimful of spiteful gleeAnd up and down the limb he worked, and now and then the rope he jerkedThe farmer's most substantial weight seemed to have sealed the bulldog's fateWhile there the farmer helpless lies, and brings his dame up with his criesState Artillery coming up by Train'Come, you must let us in,' said the gruff voice of the policeman'This looks very suspicious your honour,' said the policemanThe squire spoke very gravely, looking at me the whole of the timeFor his bride a soldier sought herTake my head on your shoulder, daddy, turn your face to the westTake my head on your shoulder, daddy, turn your face to the westThe day has been long without you, daddy, you have been such a while awayThe day has been long without you, daddy, you have been such a while awayBut I've got you, and you've got me. So everything seems rightBut I've got you, and you've got me. So everything seems rightBut I've got you, and you've got me. So everything seems rightWhy do your big tears fall, daddy? Mother's not far awayWhy do your big tears fall, daddy? Mother's not far awayWhy do your big tears fall, daddy? Mother's not far away(Effect) I often seem to hear her voice falling across my play(Effect) I often seem to hear her voice falling across my playAnd it sometimes makes me cry, daddy, to think it's none of it trueAnd it sometimes makes me cry, daddy, to think it's none of it trueAnd it sometimes makes me cry, daddy, to think it's none of it trueI'm sometimes afraid to think, daddy, when I am big like youI'm sometimes afraid to think, daddy, when I am big like youI'm sometimes afraid to think, daddy, when I am big like youIf, when we get up to Heaven, and mother was waiting thereIf, when we get up to Heaven, and mother was waiting thereBut year by year still sees no changeBut year by year still sees no changeDaddy, good night, dear daddy, good nightDaddy, good night, dear daddy, good night'Neath the cooling shade of a grey old Church an old man seeks to restThe old man listens; the sound of heavenly music steals into his heavy heartThey brought the child and mother in safety from the raftThey brought the child and mother in safety from the raftHer uncle presents her with a BicycleHer uncle presents her with a BicycleShe soon came in sight of the champion club racersShe soon came in sight of the champion club racersPassed them and left them in the rear with easeFinding the bridge broken she leaped the fearful chasmFinding the bridge broken she leaped the fearful chasmShe receives a glorious welcome on her return homeShe receives a glorious welcome on her return homeThey chat together on the times and things in general'Off with the mails'St Thomas' Hospital, LondonOld fire methodsAfrican Elephant. Elephas AfricanusAfrican Elephant. Elephas AfricanusIntro. -- Motto Title'You can't hocuss me,' said John to the dealer. 'I know a young turkey when I see it. The legs should be smooth, the eyes full''That's a nice looking turkey,' thought John, 'his eyes are full enough, and if his legs aren't rough.'But his legs were rough; in fact, his wings and beak and every individual feather of him was roughJohn left the pen rather hurriedly without having decided on any bird, and hastened home.Spanish Guerilla Force in CubaGeneral WeylerThe Sacking of JarucaMaceo and Garcia, Insurgent LeadersGomez, Insurgent LeaderSpaniards bringing in prisoners from the countrySan Juan after a Spanish RaidReconcentrados dying from starvationReceiving daily allowance of CodfishThe largest Relief Station in HavanaWounded 'Maine' soldiers at Key West HospitalPresident McKinleyGeneral Woodford, U.S. Ambassador to SpainUncle Sam calls for volunteersAdmiral SampsonGroup of Spanish LeadersGeneral BlancoAdmiral Dewey in ActionAdmiral DeweyThe Sinking of the 'Merrimac'The Sinking of the 'Merrimac'New York Cavalry leaving for CubaAmerican Military LeadersCaptain Evans (Fighting Bob) inspecting his menThe Siege of SantiagoGeneral ShafterSpanish soldiers in SantiagoAdmiral CerveraHeroes have fought for the laurels of fameIn every heart she has fashioned her throne'Mid scenes of shade and sorrowShe launches each life on the sea of timeThe birds sleeping gently, sweet Lyra gleameth brightThe birds sleeping gently, sweet Lyra gleameth brightThe birds sleeping gently, sweet Lyra gleameth brightEver of thee I'm fondly dreaming, thy gentle voice my spirit can cheerAh! never till life and memory perish can I forget how dear thou art to meEver to thee when sad and lonely, wandering afar my soul loved to dwellTrue as the stars has my love bee to theeTrue as the stars has my love bee to theeHarry was the ostler at the Green Man InnAnd in these barracks is an armour roomWhen finished, Tommy looked at it with gleeSuch joy as his was not allowed to lastA plan of vengeance struck him sharp and quickAll further movement suddenly he checkedAnd from the pedestal he slowly stepped'My father was a miner down beyond'And a wailing and a rushing to the pitCleveland -- Superior StreetIntroduction with TitleWho said the Irish Soldier would be traitor to the QueenIn all our glorious history ever foremost he has beenThen give three cheers for the Dublin FusiliersOh, land that gave us Roberts! oh, isle of emerald greenThen give three cheers for the Dublin FusiliersThe glorious colours that you bear record your splendid deedsBrave lads, you have avenged Majuba HillThen give three cheers for the Dublin FusiliersIntroduction, with Title'I'm now under orders, my darling, I'm going away to the war''Let us go just across the meadows, where first we made love -- you and I''Be a true soldier's wife, bonnie darling, for the fondest of hearts must part''You'll think of me, marching and fighting, away, far away over the sea''You'll keep a bright home for me, darling, and a place in your bosom for me''Be a true soldier's wife, bonnie darling, for the fondest of hearts must part'A tramp arrives on the sceneThe tramp decides he will have the seat for himselfHe quietly persuades the child to move awayThe tramp seats himself carefully close to the nurseThe nurse, still absorbed in the book, feels for the childAnd finds the dirty tramp insteadThe tramp gets the seat for himselfHe was Two Whole Months in HospitalNed Noggs wanted to be a soldier, but was just half an inch too shortAnother reminder that he was unfortunate, a brick struck his headAn idea struck him, as well as the brick; he returned to the barracksHe passed the standard of height, and was complimented on his developed bump of benevolenceA Cricket MatchA Football MatchUniversity Boat RaceCoaching in the Olden TimesTrain: Midland RailwayTrain: Midland RailwayChristopher ColumbusWorking in Coal MineWorking in PotteryPostmanPolicemanFiremen going to a Fire with EngineEnglish ArcherArtillerymanCavalry SoldierLife GuardsA VolunteerAble SeamanSailors at gun drillLaunching the Life BoatSorting LettersTelegraph DepartmentInterior of a Government OfficeSigning of Magna ChartaHoisting Union Jack, New GuineaHindoo labourersCanadian Snow SceneAn Election at Covent Garden -- Olden TimeVoting by BallotA Coffee Stall, Indirect TaxpayersChristmas Eve had come at lastThe boat was launched in safetyChorus, with borderChorus, with borderThe master of the mills saw the superintendent of policeThe Baron's wife turned to her daughterThe Serpent's PromiseWhat Children can doHadn't you better write and see?And presently stopped at a coffee stallNext moment he was beside the farmerArrival before noon at the market townDick had been foremost of them allThee's got a bad cold on thee, said the millerSee, he's asleep -- or is something the matterHave you been long on the trampAngus motioned his sister backShe carried a rug over her armA kindly voice sounded out of the darknessI wish all folks had consciencesWell, Dick, said the squireIntro. with TitleO'er the world I wander, love, sweet Belle MahoneO'er the grave I weep good-byeWait for me at heaven's gate, sweet Belle MahoneLonely like a withered tree, what is all the world to me?Sweet Belle Mahone, sweet Belle MahoneIn tears I wander lone, sweet Belle MahoneSweet Belle MahoneHe's gone with streaming banners where noble deeds are doneShopper No. 1: 'I haven't quite decided what to buy. How much are those plain bracelets?''Only twenty-five guineas; will you have it sent or take it with you?'Shopper No. 2: 'Got any more of these vases? All right, send me up two dozen of 'em without delay'Shopper No. 3: 'Are those five hundred pieces of plate marked for me yet?'Shopper No. 4: 'Send me up two tons of assorted silverware and a peck of diamonds for Christmas presents'-- ! ! ! --'A Man Eater!' gurgled the Globe Trotter catching sight of a LionThe Lion's intended relish started swarming up Trees'Never mind! these'll do for Stilts anyway''These blessed Stilts are sinking! Quicksands! what's this?''If he gets this Anchor thing down his Neck I breathe''Ah-h! now for the Gastronomic Chef to tell him how 'twas done'Mr Morpheus' sweet slumbers disturbed by a fleaHe finds that to sleep is impossibleHe searches for the tormenting insectHe continues the search, even in his nightcapNot succeeding, he looks in the bedDetermined to find him he turns up the bedAh! he feels him in his stocking. He gets upAnd, by holding the candle close, discovers his enemyFearing that he may hop away, he wets his fingerHe has got him at last, but he may hop yetWith the aid of a pin he burns him in the candleHe gets into bed, and sleeps like a topThe peasant and his donkey hasten to the millThe peasant and his donkey hasten to the millHe fastens his donkey to the sail of the millHe fastens his donkey to the sail of the millHe fastens his donkey to the sail of the millThe wicked miller sets the mill goingThe wicked miller sets the mill goingThe wicked miller sets the mill goingUp goes the donkeyUp goes the donkeyUp goes the donkeyThe poor man hangs by the donkey's tailThe poor man hangs by the donkey's tailThe poor man hangs by the donkey's tailThe hair gives way, and down he comesThe hair gives way, and down he comesThe hair gives way, and down he comesThe miller is enjoying the sportThe miller is enjoying the sportThe miller is enjoying the sportThe peasant gets knocked over by the millThe peasant gets knocked over by the millThe peasant gets knocked over by the millThe mill stops, but the donkey is dead. He vows vengeanceThe mill stops, but the donkey is dead. He vows vengeanceThe mill stops, but the donkey is dead. He vows vengeanceAt night he comes and saws away the millAt night he comes and saws away the millAt night he comes and saws away the millCrack, crack, and at last over goes the mill and millerCrack, crack, and at last over goes the mill and millerCrack, crack, and at last over goes the mill and millerThis is the miller's punishment, and the peasant's revengeThis is the miller's punishment, and the peasant's revengeThis is the miller's punishment, and the peasant's revengeBrown determines to become a great hunter, so starts in search of the bearArranging his plans. Sudden termination of his reverieBrown beats a rapid retreat, followed by the grizzlyHe is brought to a sudden and full stopHe leaves a relic with his grizzly foeHis relentless foe descendsBrown again attempts to escape, leaving his unmentionables in the mouth of his foeHe climbs the tree, followed by the bearThe tree breaks with their weight. Thrilling sensationBrown falls on the bear, and makes a novel use of his pocket corkscrewFastening his foe to the tree, he enjoys the fragrant weedTriumphant entry of Brown into his native cityIntroduzioneIntroduzioneScherzoAdagio con sentimentoAdagio con sentimentoPianoPianoMaestosoMaestosoCapricciosoFuga del diavoloForte vivaceFortissimo vivacissimoFinale furiosoBravo bravissimoA little further on is a hunter with his dog at his heelsThe sweep timidly takes a kiss from NannyTo his horror he sees the miller on more intimate terms than himselfIn a rage he rushes after his bold rivalThe miller, unable to hide, gets a hidingThe sweep has to retreat up the chimneyThe miller, who cannot follow him, tries to wash him out of itThough he could not follow him up, against his will he follows him downThey fall into the box at the bottomNanny and Fanny sit upon the box in triumphThe tables are completely turnedThe confusion that results from not knowing whom you loveThey make it up, and love each other two and twoWas held smooth and fast in the fetters of frostHe harnessed in his horse and started on his wayThe heroes that vanquish amid the strifeThe heroes that vanquish amid the strifeHave fought for the fadeless laurels of fameA Bull Dog having strayed into the Studio, Mr Hypo decides to take his PortraitMr Hypo has a little difficulty in arranging the subjectHe instructs him to sit quite still and look as pleasant as possibleMr Hypo proceeds to focus. Ponto does not understand the arrangementPonto changes his position. Mr Hypo also movesPonto master of the situation. N.B. -- Mr Hypo does not now photograph dogsAnd so his camera he pitched before a lovely viewOne by his tender ear he took, and slapped his dirty faceAnd so he covered up once more himself from head to waistAnd so each took with ready fist an end so loose and laxAnd then they danced about with glee, as they his antics saw'I wish you wouldn't go out to-night, father''Is there going to be a storm, father,' she asked anxiouslyShe laid her hand beseechingly upon his arm, and he looked down upon her for a momentShe laid her hand beseechingly upon his arm, and he looked down upon her for a momentOld Dowland sat mending nets, and Hessel sat down by his sideStronger grew the temptation, and weaker the memory of his promiseSoon he was in his accustomed place at 'The Anchor Inn'Deeper and deeper he drank of the fiery liquid'Father!' she cried, 'it is quite dark, and the lamps are not lighted,' but he was too drunk to understandSeizing a glass of water from the table, she held it eagerly to his lips'O God! what will become of the poor men who are on the water to-night'She heard footsteps outside; an awful horror held her in rigid graspShe pointed silently to the sleeping form in the armchairShe pointed silently to the sleeping form in the armchairRoused by the noise of their entrance, Hessel rose and stood like a man in a dreamRoused by the noise of their entrance, Hessel rose and stood like a man in a dreamOne of the men drew the covering from the statuesque faceOne of the men drew the covering from the statuesque faceVery, very slowly was a toper going from the Mermaid Tavern where he spent his lifeVery, very slowly was a toper going from the Mermaid Tavern where he spent his lifeVery, very slowly was a toper going from the Mermaid Tavern where he spent his lifeIn his zigzag progress came he 'gainst a pillar standing by the pavement, with a startling shockIn his zigzag progress came he 'gainst a pillar standing by the pavement, with a startling shockIn his zigzag progress came he 'gainst a pillar standing by the pavement, with a startling shockWith a desperate grasping to the pillar clinging, lest his nerveless body in the gutter fallWith a desperate grasping to the pillar clinging, lest his nerveless body in the gutter fallWith a desperate grasping to the pillar clinging, lest his nerveless body in the gutter fallWith his trembling fingers his great coat unfolding, he with mighty effort buttoned it quite fastWith his trembling fingers his great coat unfolding, he with mighty effort buttoned it quite fastWith his trembling fingers his great coat unfolding, he with mighty effort buttoned it quite fastBut to his deep horror vainly tried to turn he. Held to that fell pillar by some magic powerBut to his deep horror vainly tried to turn he. Held to that fell pillar by some magic powerBut to his deep horror vainly tried to turn he. Held to that fell pillar by some magic powerIn his mind excited came the wildest fancies. -- Had the electric currents from those singing wiresIn his mind excited came the wildest fancies. -- Had the electric currents from those singing wiresIn his mind excited came the wildest fancies. -- Had the electric currents from those singing wires'Help!' he cried, 'Policeman! save me from this hobble, even if your duty makes you run me in'Help!' he cried, 'Policeman! save me from this hobble, even if your duty makes you run me inVainly called he others as they went by mocking at his frantic efforts as he writhed and sworeVainly called he others as they went by mocking at his frantic efforts as he writhed and swore'Can't you see, poor fellow, what is just the matter? You your coat have buttoned right around the post!''Can't you see, poor fellow, what is just the matter? You your coat have buttoned right around the post!''Can't you see, poor fellow, what is just the matter? You your coat have buttoned right around the post!''Tis pleasant to meet one's friendsThe best of friends must part'Barmaid! fill me a brimming glass, the best of your bright and sparkling ale''If you havn't the money,' she saucily said, 'then water is good enough, quite for you?'As he drank the pure draught his thoughts were bent on the truth that lay in the cutting sneer'Thank you, my lass, for a lesson clear, the best thing I've heard for many a year'A policeman came across the little form and tried to rouse the childThe policeman turned his lantern upon her faceThen to the mill they silently creptShe looked up and feigned alarmDown from the window she looked upon them unobservedNothing daunted, the millstone she held readyCame the millstone crashing over, crushing him quite flatAttached the feather to the roller and watched for the resultHe turned into a spiral form more curious than pleasantHe found the treasure, also the trapDown went the lid and caught his headWith life almost run, who served their country wellThe swell and his dogHe fastens the dog to the back of the chairThe dog is interested in something at a distanceHe discovers it to be a catAnd becomes quite excitedHe gets ready for a springHe springs!!Wounded and bleeding upon the field, two dying soldiers layOne held a ringlet of thin grey hair, one held a lock of brownBidding each other a last farewell, just as the sun went downOne thought of mother, at home and alone, feeble and old and greyOne of the sweetheart, he left in town, happy and young and gayOne knew the joy of a mother's love, one of a sweetheart fairThinking of home, they lay side by side, breathing a farewell prayerOne for his mother so old and greyOne for his love in townThey closed their eyes to the earth and skies,  just as the sun went downThen came the news from a comrade's lips, one who'd survived the fightSweetheart and mother were listening there, oh, what a pitiful sightTwo hearts nigh broken, two noble lives lost, fighting, defending the CrownStill they were proud of the heroes who died just as the sun went downThe masher and the parrotThe parrot and the masher'The policeman can shout, but I'm not going to stop'The policeman was a gymnast, so he gained his end'Now ma'am, here's a beauty for you'The turkey went off, and they all got a rise'Why, what's up, my lads? The police ain't after you?'There were pipers playing in the morningTho' my heart is sore, I'm bound to leave youSee, the boys are falling into lineTho' your heart be weary, do not sighHome again once more the boys are marchingThe lass with joy sees her own dear boyWhen the day is done and twilight's fallingHear the pipers calling; see, the boys are falling into lineWear the ribbon that I gave youI'll kiss your tears awayAh-ah-Ha-chooKerch-o-o-oThe cat-ch of the seasonIn a little house on the edge of a forest, lived an old woman'Mother,' he said, 'the civil war has broken out'One of the officers stepped up to him and began talkingShe met him at the cottage door, and saw that something was wrongTom bent over his unconscious mother'May His divine word be a lamp to your feet'The few days were spent by the widow and her son in seclusion'You must keep this flower in the Bible in remembrance of me''You must keep the good book close to your heart, Tom'Looking up at his pet bird in its cage, his bundle on his shoulderThe old woman was in tears, and the deacon's son spoke gently to herThe bitter partings are over, the train speeds awayAs Deacon Owen and his daughter sat at tea'Tis night! one young soldier is sitting before the camp fire(Effect) Where a noble-hearted soldier is keeping watch and guardTom read from his little book by the ruddy glare of the fireThe soldiers start to their feet and seize their armsHe has been found sleeping at his post, and the punishment is death'No, no,' he cried, throwing his arms about Frank Owen's neckWe must now be parted until we meet in heavenThe friends were forcibly but kindly separated'Dinna be cast doon, laddie,' said Donald CameronTom drew forth the Testament and readTom grasped the hand of the honest ScotchmanOn receipt of the news the joy of the camp was complete(Effect) His little sister begged piteously for her brother's lifeThey observed the Confederate troops taking up their positionsThe Roll was called, and Tom and his comrades answered to their namesHe fancied he could see his home and his mother looking for her soldier laddieThe Confederate lines opened fire. Several soldiers were killedA desperate and long-continued battle was foughtHe found the ground strewn with dead and woundedTom could go no further, and fell fainting on the groundThe full moon poured down her silvery beams through the branchesHe dragged himself down to the waterThe little drummer-boy was the first to receive attentionSeveral times he had to rest by the way'May God bless you for a brave and good fellow,' said he to TomHe bathed his face and staunched his bleeding woundsOnce more poor Tom lay insensible under the shadow of a pineThey had come to look upon one they were proud to call their friendTom took the Testament from under his pillow and handed it to himFrank Owen congratulated Tom on the honours he had wonHe limped along by his mother's side supported by the DeaconTom was happy in his village homeTaking his medicine according to instructionsI'm open to confess that it is the clothes that make the manAn artist and musician live with only a wall and a grudge between themAn artist and musician live with only a wall and a grudge between themThe musician generally contrives to practise at the same time as his neighbourThe musician generally contrives to practise at the same time as his neighbourWho is almost distracted by the abominable noiseWho is almost distracted by the abominable noiseHe buries his head under the bedclothes until it is overHe buries his head under the bedclothes until it is overHe conceives a plan by which to stop such vile performancesHe conceives a plan by which to stop such vile performancesWhen he discovers the trick, the fiddler's fury knows no boundsWhen he discovers the trick, the fiddler's fury knows no boundsThe artist resumes workThe artist resumes workLife suddenly starts into his pictureLife suddenly starts into his pictureA pitched battle follows, in which the dog plays a noble partA pitched battle follows, in which the dog plays a noble partThe artist empties a bottle of varnish over his assailantThe artist empties a bottle of varnish over his assailantMr Lovechase falls into a DitchOn came the hounds and huntsmen all, / And shrill the blast they blewOn came the hounds and huntsmen all, / And shrill the blast they blewThe Body of Jesus taken down (Fellowes-Prynne)Story by Mr Gough, 'Sign the Pledge'Disaster on the MatterhornThe Curse of Africa -- Slavery; the HuntersGrizzly GiantIntroductionDaddy, your daughter took an early trainBenjamin DisraeliArthur Balfour'I made so sure of victory'His father claimed his helpA brisk trade was going onA brisk trade was going onThe open door of the Green DragonThe open door of the Green DragonA man, leading by the hand, a boyA man, leading by the hand, a boyRalph spent his penny on a fruit stallRalph spent his penny on a fruit stallRalph held the fast fading flowersRalph held the fast fading flowersHe filled a jug with waterHe filled a jug with waterWould you like to hear a Sunday storyWould you like to hear a Sunday storyThe prodigal's returnThe prodigal's returnHis father clasped him in his armsHis father clasped him in his armsRalph's father stood at the windowRalph's father stood at the windowTheir home was a very happy oneTheir home was a very happy oneJessie had drawn close to the windowJessie had drawn close to the windowStephen slipped his arm around herStephen slipped his arm around herStephen insisted on her lying downStephen insisted on her lying downThe doctor attended JessieThe doctor attended JessieJessie lay propped up on her pillowsJessie lay propped up on her pillowsStephen bowed his head upon his handsStephen bowed his head upon his handsRalph and his father at breakfastRalph and his father at breakfastA busy week of preparation followedA busy week of preparation followedThey paid a last visit to the cemeteryThey paid a last visit to the cemeteryThe two travellers started up the roadThe two travellers started up the road'Here we are, Ralphie,' said Stephen'Here we are, Ralphie,' said StephenAn old man stood in the garden pathAn old man stood in the garden pathAnd placed his hands on the bent shouldersAnd placed his hands on the bent shouldersStephen insisted on setting the tableStephen insisted on setting the table[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]'Miss Clarke,' said the managerAs she crossed the riverThe new comer looked haggard and dazedHe fell heavily to the floor'It's all right, old fellow''But I utterly refused to become a Doctor'No money, no home, no friendsAs Jack finished repeating this story'What is to be done?' said JackHe strolled to the window and stood gazing outThe door opened, and he walked inArthur wrote a long letter to his father'And now I want to tell you a secret''Oh, so different from dear, dirty old London''Will you take the chances my boy refuses?''And we want you too, my dear''So you were my unseen singer?'Accident to TriggA man jumped up and seized herSo they crouched in silence'Surely some friend will help ye''I'll lend 'ee half-a-crown'A man ran down a ladderHe woke in an hospital bedThere they lay beside each other'You shall come along of my men'And he gave her the half-crown backIt was a murky night in NovemberDick often recalled that terrible night spent in a police cellIt's my living, I can't stay away, for duty, my lad, must be doneIt's my living, I can't stay away, for duty, my lad, must be doneIt's my living, I can't stay away, for duty, my lad, must be doneOur old chum was having his morning constitutionalKnowall as a ratepayer and a BritonSo he proceeded to lecture the fellowAnd our friend would have gone on'Now for a capture'A policeman pulled the masks from their facesTompkins has peaceful dreamsSoon disturbed by a huge MosquitoThere he is on the wall!He falls head first over a chairHe continues the pursuitHe deals a heavy blowHe loses his balanceOh, horror! the chair tips upTompkins has an unexpected bathA policeman put her in the right busPoliceman finds the door openPoliceman finds the door openManner the demurest met a touristLittle shepherdess of Devon, I'll be in seventh heavenI'm so full of admiration, I would change my occupationWith a modest blush the maid said 'Nay'You're the prematurest kind of tourist I've ever metI'm so full of admirationSaid the tourist, 'I'll have yea or nay'The bold intruder wooed and wooed herLittle shepherdess of DevonI'm so full of admirationYes, I'd even be a shepherdAn exile from home, splendour dazzles in vainWatching the waves as they shoreward creepWatching the waves as they shoreward creepA wealth of love is a baby[...] all mankind [...]Every evening at his stall stood Old RoastyHe lurched back to his wretched roomThe sight of his old helmet''Ere little 'un, who told you to sit on my box?'The child was warm inside his coatOld Roasty nearly dropped the sackHe made preparation for a scanty meal'Say it, then,' said he, looking at the black bottle'I must say my prayers, mustn't I?'He gave the landlady a shillingAt last he took the child on his kneeHe took Nancy as far as the Church PorchHe threw himself on the bed in a drunken stateThe vicar looked up at the old helmetOld Roasty polished up his helmetThe bed was empty, Nancy was goneHe sat down exhausted with his searchOld Roasty spoke to the Vicar in the churchOnce more the room was re-furnishedHe read pieces from the paper to NancyRoasty's old stall was decorated with flagsHe rushed from the bar into the streetOne of the nurses came towards himThe Vicar came to his bedsideWIthout a word, the Vicar prayed for RoastyOld Roasty told the nurse his troublesOld Roasty owns a little eating-houseBob caught in the Act of stealingCarter finds BobThe Carter gives Bob a breakfastPoliceman catches TomBob in PrisonHere clean my boots quicklyBob's Father recognises himThe appearance of the country was beautifulBob meets John Bolt, in AustraliaBob shews him the Carter's handwritingPublic-houses were manyTom Johnson staggered homeHe lay on the hearthrug drunkHe escorted her home from businessHe returned home intoxicatedHe hobbled off to the nearest public-houseNed's going in the Public-houseNed brought homeNed put to bedRuth sits up with NedMrs Hardy sits up with NedNed's return to consciousnessGoing for a walkTug of warElephant gives keeper a swingPlaying at hide and seekGood-night -- elephant retiresEnter Mr Wheezle, very cold -- shuts the windowEnter Mr Wurzle, who has run to catch the train, very hot -- opens windowHow dare you open the window without my permission -- says Mr WheezleNobody but an idiot, says Mr Wurzle, would shut the window on such a day as thisIf you had asked me I should have been only too happy -- cold as it is -- to have obliged you -- but as it is (shuts window)If you had asked me I should have been only too happy -- cold as it is -- to have obliged you -- but as it is (shuts window)If you had spoken to me as a gentleman, says Wurzle, I would have endured the stifling atmosphere -- but as it is (opens window)If you had spoken to me as a gentleman, says Wurzle, I would have endured the stifling atmosphere -- but as it is (opens window)I insist on having that window shutI insist on having that window shutAnd I insist on having it openAnd I insist on having it openIn the struggle the door opens, and both tumble outIn the struggle the door opens, and both tumble outCaution refused. PursuitSad calamityAdding insult to injuryMounting beautifullyMounting beautifullyMounting beautifullyAwfully rough -- oh dear!Awfully rough -- oh dear!Awfully rough -- oh dear!DisasterDisasterDisasterResultsResultsResultsA Russian Sleigh, RussiaThe Origin of the Christmas Tree, our Teutonic forefathers' YuletideVikings meeting in a Cave for the New YearThe Friar's Christmas Goose in dangerChristmas ReveilleChristmas Eve during the Civil War. An unwelcome summonsHis first time under the Mistletoe. A Puritan practical jokeAn old Coaching Christmas, 'She's through'Going down to dinner on a Christmas DaySnapdragon at a Christmas partyEntry of Santa Claus at a Christmas partyA successful member of the Goose ClubToboganning in CanadaSanta Claus at Oberammergau in BavariaChristmas in the Backwoods. Toast to 'Absent Friends'Highland Shepherd digging Sheep out of snowThe Mistletoe Bough. A prehistoric idyllThe Christmas-box. A prehistoric Christmas TurkeyMotorist: 'That chap can shout as hard as he likes'But that bobby proved to be a bit of a gymnastAndrocles, a Roman slave, is so cruelly treated, he runs awayAndrocles extracts the thorn from the lion's footAndrocles falls asleep under the lion's protectionAndrocles is discovered, and condemned to be the prey of a wild beastThe lion, recently caught, proves to be the one he relieved in the desertAndrocles released and the lion given to him, he marches through the city with himPortrait of WhittingtonPortrait of WhittingtonPortrait of WhittingtonA Drunken WomanThe Cat and The MuttonA Hero of the Life BoatThe Captain's Wife and ChildThe Men see SignalsThere is a rush for the LifeboatThe Boat struggles through the WaterThe Wrecked Sailors burn FlaresThe Tug takes the Lifeboat in TowThey Rescue the CrewOne of the HeroesPicked up by two policemenTimothyCottage Bedside at OsborneMaking the RickThe Haunt of the KingfisherThe ShepherdThree fine rams'The triplet went very well at first''But dragged dreadfully during the afternoon''Well, there, in the evening I was quite baked'. 'I rode the front seat'Mr O'Toole, when in Africa, took a walk, with his big umbrella to protect him from the sunHe takes a napA lion makes his appearanceThe lion astonished at the umbrellaThe umbrella keeps the lion at bayStill more astonished when he sees it openedMr O'Toole shields himself with itThe lion retreats, somewhat dismayedMr O'Toole returns, and advises everybody to carry a large umbrellaPuss caught by her masterPuss caught by her masterTailor working and elephant looking inTailor pricking trunk of elephantTailor workingElephant soaking tailor with waterElephant teazing his victimAngel of Death. Thy work is done, come to thy rest. 'The Fruit of the Spirit'The Gin PalaceThe murderThe murderTurned outTurned outThirstyUproariousMuddyCommunicativeObliviousUncared forGets into low companyCared forRepentanceQuarrelsomeAn unhappy homeUnpleasant CompanionDead drunkThe drunkard deadStreets in WinterGeneral Graham'Hullo! what's the dog barking at?''Ah, those confounded pigs in again''I'll give that black one a lesson this time''Never mind; I shall have him in that corner''Now then''Oh'--! --!! --!!! --The siegeThe siegeThe attackThe attackThe defeatThe defeatThe retreatThe retreatA prisonerA prisonerA victimA victimToo lateToo lateShe buys his skinShe buys his skinPoor Pa tries them onPoor Pa speaks to CeciliaPoor Pa mentions the matter to SophroniaPoor Pa calls Ma's attention to themPoor Pa goes out in checksNow look at themThe resolve to obtain food and lodgingThe challengeThe acceptorThe acceptorAcceptedAcceptedBound PrenticeBound PrenticeA final tugA final tugSafe bindSafe bindSafe findFood and lodging achievedThe plot in the bar parlourThe opening barsThe doctor offers half-a-crownA snowballReturning from the manor houseA long and anxious consultationThe lawyer's contributionRemonstrating with the lawyerAt the castle once moreFrozen to his backBlowing up the fireShort of leatherWe will find outAt workFine clothesWho's there?A frogIntroducing an old friend in a new guiseCan remain under water indefinitely'Beautiful! Exquisite!''Good heavens! He's wedged fast!''Thanks, Billy, old man'Mashonaland Police ForceA Group of Everyday HeroesThe Men Who Man Our LifeboatsThe FiremenThe MinersThe MinersOur Doctors -- aye, and Nurses, tooThe Railway ServantsThe Railway ServantsThey seek the Workhouse when Aged and InfirmSinging of a heavenly lightOut they came and homeward wendedHe, with feelings soft and kindlyHe took her to his home so brightHear that maiden play so sweetlyThe boat was pushed off[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]Rescuing the maddened horsesThey were carrying out a womanBob ascends againTitle and picture -- Dogs and Monks of St BernardTourist party descending with guideRoom in which frozen bodies are keptMonks and dogs setting out at night on searchMonks and dogs setting out at night on searchMonks and dogs searching for travellerMonks and dogs searching for travellerTrying to restore animation in womanTrying to restore animation in womanMother and son restored in the monasteryMother and son restored in the monasteryMother and son restored in the monasteryLieutenant Robert Lindsay, 1st Battalion Scotch Fusilier GuardsCaptain Bell, Royal Welch FusiliersSergeant H. Ramage, Scots GreysSergeant Richard Wadeson, 75th RegimentLieutenant Reginald C. Hart, R.E.Trooper J. Doogan, 1st (King's) Dragoon GuardsQuartermaster-Sergeant William Marshall, 19th HussarsReturn to Shore'Jack,' cries a landlord to a passing sailor, 'stop for a glass.' Jack says he cannot drink, he has a hard lump [...]'True, true, old boy,' the witty sailor cries / And clinks a bag of gold before his eyes, [...]'If Heaven a draught of heav’nly pleasure spare, / Or a cordial in this melancholy vale,The cheerfu’ supper done, wi’ serious face, / They, round the ingle, form a circle wideMr Long and Short at LunchThe Tiger comesRound and round the TubThe Tiger jumpsThe Tub overturnedSitting on the TubThe Tub over againA long runMr Long on the TubThe Knot tiedVictoryThe Tigers of the futureSpandau. Potsdamer Strasse und NicolaikircheSpandau. Potsdamer Strasse und Nicolaikirche[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]'Please give me a penny, Sir''Please give me a penny, Sir''We were not always begging''Please give me a penny, Sir'Vision of the PastVision of the PastDetected'What's your name?'The New HomeThe New HomeJoy's AlarmDick's AccidentA Little Child Shall Lead ThemRe-union'A Cup of Cold Water'Evening PrayerThe TemptationThe BattleThe VictoryWho is It?My Father!The Return Home'Man Proposes''But''God Disposes''One of the Least''Joy'The three Men inside the Tap-roomSup off LadsOutside under the Gas LampSigning the PledgeIkey in his new suit of ClothesIkey addressing the country folksIkey on his way to workPoking his own FireMr Spriggings orders a new pair of trousers for his Club Dinner, but they are a little too longMr Spriggings orders a new pair of trousers for his Club Dinner, but they are a little too longAsks his eldest daughter to alter them, but she cannot leave the pianoAsks his eldest daughter to alter them, but she cannot leave the pianoHis second daughter cannot leave her essay on Rational DressHis second daughter cannot leave her essay on Rational DressHis wife cannot leave off reading an important debate on the Women's Suffrage questionHis wife cannot leave off reading an important debate on the Women's Suffrage questionHe is obliged to go to his Club in an old pair of check trousersHe is obliged to go to his Club in an old pair of check trousersThe result -- Pa's trousers converted into a pair of knickerbockersThe result -- Pa's trousers converted into a pair of knickerbockersThe Scape GoatNorman is making his best society bowHe appears to be intently listening to the instructionsMr Oxalate places the juvenile rogue upon a chairEverything seems going along smoothlyNorman holds up his finger in a warning mannerNorman throws up both hands and bursts into a fit of laughterThe artful little rogue creeps down behind the chairThe mischievous lad was covering the lens with his capNorman seemed to fancy the position, and success seemed assuredNorman disappeared through the screen at the backNorman is handed back to his mammaTitleRecruiting sceneGideonAn Austro-Serbian battleJonathan and DavidRussians and Austrians in snowstormReturn of the spiesCossacks driven backJoseph's coat shown to JacobInfantry firingStreet defences in SerbiaDavid slays GoliathDefending the DardanellesChrist and the ChildrenRusso-German battleDavid's three mighty menChrist arrested[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]Sir Roger de Coverley going to ChurchBenedictine Monk and NunBenedictine Monk and Nun'Hail, King of the Jews' (Dixon)'Simply to Thy Cross I cling' (Tissot)The Brindisi ExpressThe Brindisi ExpressPoliceman and PrisonersMr and Mrs GilpinHappy harmonyHappy harmonyThe chaiseThe customersThe bottle left behindJohn mountedThe horse frightenedGilpin frightenedThe 'Bell' at EdmontonAt the CalenderersAnother race[Slide title unknown]A TournamentLighting Yule LogThe MummersThe WaitsThe Boar's HeadThe Turn SpitMarching Watch[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]A Good HaulReddin the LinesThe Shepherds of Bethlehem -- Luke ii. 8-20The Head of the SaviourCome unto MeHealing of the Canaanite WomanJesus Falls the First Time under the Weight of the Cross. Here by Salem's ancient walls, / 'Neath His burden Jesus falls. / [...]Christ the Comforter (Copping)When ye Shall SearchThe Adoration of the Wise Men (Edelfeld)The Pardoning of the Robber (Dixon)The Good Samaritan (Plockhorst)Augustine before EthelbertThe Moore Brabazon Aeroplane -- made an uninterrupted flight of 3 miles on 29 Jan 1909Waterloo Cup -- Such a Sell in the final HeatWest Stanley Mine Disaster -- Bishop of Durham and Clergy at the Pits MouthCambridge Crew's First Practice at Putney 4th March '09Mr Escombe -- Cambridge Coach at Putney 4th March 1909King Alphonse XIII in his 100h.p. Motor asking the Mayor of du Pays Basque the way to EauxbonnesMiss Daisy Brocklebank accompanied by the Bridesmaids drive the newly married couple to the StationOxford Crew -- The first spin at Putney March 15th '09Cambridge Crew Practising at Putney -- March 15 '09Iceland Wrestlers, showing method of grippingOrville Wright watching the Aeroplane's flight with the King. At Pau March 18 '09The Boat Race -- Cambridge Crew passing Hammersmith BridgeRanelagh Hound Show -- Police Dogs shown by Major RichardsonThe King at Carlsbad -- An enjoyable day amongst the beautiful gardens where His Majesty took luncheonScene in Hyde ParkLord Balfour of Burleigh taking a rest in Hyde ParkKing and Queen of Norway's Departure ... [illegible] ... Haakon ... [illegible][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]A moonlighter. How sweet when the --A moonlighter. Waters fall from aboveThe ghost story. An exciting moment --The ghost story. ArrivedAn expectant meal -- Negro and crocodileSlight Disappointment -- The Nigger disappoints the crocodileThe biter bit -- The Nigger fixes his spear in the crocodile's mouth[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]It's a splendid machineHang these kerbstonesPull up, or I'll stop youStopped in the interests of law and order!John, the police have him. Mind your new hat!U-Boot-Kommandant: Otto WeddigenDon't play tricks on a --Dog-fancier[Portrait of Charles Haddon Spurgeon][A.H. Rousham holding puffin]Profr T.H. HuxleyAlfred Russell WallaceCanadian Scene. Let us pray for the Church in CanadaRailway Chaplain's CoachA long and a strong pullSons of NeptuneCharles DarwinCharles DarwinAlfred Russell WallaceErnst HaeckelErasmus DarwinJean Baptiste de Lamarck[Circus workers arrive with their bear][Left to mind the bear, man begins to feel thirsty][Bear tied up to the farmer's cart][The worse for drink, the farmer sets off for home][Farmer gets a rude awakening ][Farmer abandons his cart to the bear]Dolcoath Mine, Pumping Engine on SurfaceBlue Hills Mine, above the 66 fathom levelCook's Kitchen, Man Engine at 190 fathomsDolcoath Miners in a Gig and portion of Skip-Road at 302 fathomsCook's Kitchen, Bottom of Engine Shaft, ½ mile below surfaceCook's Kitchen, Boring Machine at 406 fathomsEast Pool, Working the Boring MachineEast Pool 'Croust' time, miners at lunch, 70 fathomsEast Pool, 70 Stope, showing supportsWilliam ShakespeareTwo FriendsSighting a PrizeA Forlorn HopeGetting a BiteNow we're happyResurrection 'He is Risen'Forcible feeding of camelThe camera which took these snapsAdmiral Morant and Captain Lord Charles Beresford[Stage coach making refreshment stop at inn]Buffalo. Saving BankA Bull Elephant Shakes Down the FruitElephants[Slide title unknown]Sir Humphrey GilbertThe Dancing BearThe Secretary BirdThe Hippopotamus (awake)Onward! Christian soldiers, / Marching as to warAt the sign of triumph / Satan's host doth flee;Like a mighty army / Moves the church of God;[Chichester Hotel, Mortehoe]Elephant on RoadsidePaul KrugerThe Toy RailwayCrossing the barWadi GabaitSheikh Hassan Bar from Wadi KokutPeople in Wadi KokutOpium Smoker with Complete outfitAdmiral JellicoeRear Admiral Sir David BeattyCommodore TyrwhittCaptain FryattCanoe prow & types, GibridaiKibeni manMarigi type, Jennings RiverKerewa bowmanIrumuku man blowing bamboo trumpetSkulls at MoreriSini tribe, Koso valley?Kibeni chiefS. Glacier de MiageS. Glacier de MiageAscent of Mt. EmiliusIn the Allée BlancheThe pygmy Elephant of CongolandFlat topped summit of Syansk MountainsAn Uriankhai Shahman doctorUriankhai huntersOvis Ammon, Little AltaiA Taghlik of Karlik TaghUriankhai LamaUriankhai TypeMongol HorsemanNative Bardash TaghlikDurbec MongolPortret van de la PlacePortret van HuygensElephant at the Zoo, CairoSea LionsThe Indian Deer Hunter'The Baron' and Sugarback[Hunter bitten by a duck]A London PolicemanPolice removing stray horses, 'Aldswood' lawn[Hunter and hare]Group of hunters with dead elephant[Hunters][Animals][Hunter, dogs and deer][Hunters][Hunters][Man and dogs][Child playing a trick on a man]La barque de la policeThe tragedy on the lineThe sting of deathThe Gambler's homeThe Gambler's homeFreewheelingChrist the PilotUnconscious of dangerRescuedRiver of LifeBut --But --Tod SmithForgivenUse and abuseBe readyLost in the fogChrist mocked in the 20th Century'Rejected'AcceptedA clean slateThe open Davy lampPious memoriesTrust in ChristSin slays its ten thousandsWaiting and watching'Suffer the children'To the outcastTo the outcast'No man is willing'Enoch walked with GodHe came down the streetChrist healing the ear of MalchusAnd they parted His raiment and cast lotsLa Houle précurseur de la Tempête[Portrait of a man][Pope Leo XIII]Mr W.J. Styles[The Death of Absalom]'Nez moyen, bouche petite, visage ovale...' / C'est lui!!! ... Pas de doute...Nous te tenons, mon gaillard!Allons, ouste!Avouez que c'est vous qui avez volé chez l'père Chauvet? / L'père Chauvet!!! C'est moué!Rather lateGrenadier Guards IIGoing aboardBritish Armoured Aeroplane fitted with Machine Gun[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]Old Market Place, WarringtonJohn Egerton, Lord Brackley, afterwards 2nd Earl of Bridgewater[Group of people with camel and donkey, Pyramids of Giza in background][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]Introduction -- the House that Jack builtThis is the House that Jack builtThis is the Malt that lay in the House that Jack builtThis is the Maiden all forlorn that milked the CowThis is the Man all tattered and tornThis is the Priest all shaven and shornThis is the Farmer who sowed the cornOur Lord commissioning His Apostles on the Mountain in Galilee (Dixon)The Institution of the Lord's Supper (Goodwin Lewis)Christ washing Peter's feet (Ford Madox Brown)Crucifixion (Dietrich)First Easter Morn (Sybil Parker)Crucifixion (Van Dyck)The vision of the Black Horse and his rider (Twidle)The Woman of Samaria'Duty' -- a British soldier on sentry in FranceBritish Tommies drawing water from Spring at Solomon's PoolCamels and Arabs, Suez[Early steam locomotive hauling railway train]The policeman had Davie down on the pavementIntroduction -- Frolie Grasshopper CircusThis little trick we give you here to show / A right good thing which everyone should knowDon't be afraid! His playfulness denotes / That, fed on grain, he sometimes feels his oatsThis act is harder than the first by far / This noted 'hopper is our leading starNow thro' the hoop he jumps with perfect ease / Life 'Quaker Oats' he never fails to pleaseTo walk a rope and keep a level head / Needs only care and 'Quaker Oats' 'tis saidNext day is nice and fine, and everyone arrives in good time. [...][Strong Tail lands on the Moon]He points out the Earth, and invites the Old Man to jump back with him. [...]When it is time to start back, the Old Man gives him a bag for a parting present [...]So Strong Tail gets back in good time for the Prize Giving [...][Strong Tail looking up at the Moon]The Owl and the [illegible]There was a crooked man[Nurse and wounded soldier in room used as hospital ward, Alderley Park][Nurse and two wounded soldiers in room used as hospital ward, Alderley Park][Group of nurses and wounded soldiers, Alderley Park][Nurse and group of wounded soldiers, Alderley Park][Group of wounded soldiers, Alderley Park][Wounded soldier sitting in chair in room used as hospital ward, Alderley Park][Two wounded soldiers in room used as hospital ward, Alderley Park][Three wounded soldiers lying on sofa, Alderley Park][Three wounded soldiers in beds in room used as hospital ward, Alderley Park][Three wounded soldiers in gardens, Alderley Park][Wounded soldier in wheelchair in gardens, Alderley Park][Wounded soldier sitting in deckchair in gardens, Alderley Park]Native Police, Askaris -- KenyaSnaefell TramCorporal of West India Regiment, V.C. Hero[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]None but Christ can save her'Quick! -- That ladder!! -- Your only chance!!!''Please, I can't reach'The helping hand'Will you have a Sweetie?'Granny's PetVerse 1: Fight the good fight / With all thy mightWork, for the night is coming; / Work, through the morning hours;Work, for the night is coming; / Work, through the sunny noon;Home in sightAndrocles extracts a thorn from a Lion's footAndrocles asleep under the Lion's protectionThe Lion proves to be his friendAndrocles is released and goes with the LionCombat de Montebello prise du CimetiereLe 3eme de Zouaves à Palestro, 31 Mai 1859Attaque des Turcos à TurbigoCombat de Melegnano (Marignan) le 8 Juin 1859Victor Emmanuel, Roi de Piemont / Combat de MelegnanoQuartier Général français à Montechiaro le 23 Juin 1859Bataille de Solferino le 24 Juin 1859Engagement Entre des Bersaglieri Sardes et des Cavaliers autrichiensClovelly -- High Street (Very quaint)Clovelly -- High Street (From the Top)A Punch and Judy showInfantry Battalion, C.I.V.'sInfantry Battalion, C.I.V.'sThe Arrest of Jesus'He is Risen''Be ye therefore perfect' (Dubufe)Jesus goes up to JerusalemThe Last Supper (Lewis)The TransfigurationFigure of ChristWashing the Disciples' FeetThe Shepherds of BethlehemMr A's reason for tipplingMessrs B, C, D, E and F's ReasonsMessrs G, H, I, J and K's ReasonsMessrs L, M, N, O and P's ReasonsMessrs Q, R, S, T and U's ReasonsMessrs V, W, X, Y and Z's ReasonsThe SerpentineIce CleanersSweeping the Ice'A Helping Hand''Skates On'The RoundpondOf such is the Kingdom of Heaven (Twidle)St Columba at OronsayThe BetrayalChrist ScourgedThe Last SupperAngel appearing to our LordJudas' kissChrist falling beneath the CrossRaising the CrossCommercial Travellers and BuggyJoy in HeavenHoly family at NazarethSt Francis preaching to the BirdsThy choicest gifts in store / On him be pleased to pour;
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