Illustrations

BUT WHERE IS IT NOW? by HONOR APPLETON

BUT WHERE IS IT NOW?

HOW THEY HURRIED! by HONOR APPLETON

HOW THEY HURRIED!

SIR ROGER DE COVERLEY by HONOR APPLETON

SIR ROGER DE COVERLEY

WILLIAM PUT THE CAP ON HIS OWN HEAD by HONOR APPLETON

WILLIAM PUT THE CAP ON HIS OWN HEAD

THE PRINCESS CELANDINE DROVE UP IN A GORGEOUS CARRIAGE by HONOR APPLETON

THE PRINCESS CELANDINE DROVE UP IN A GORGEOUS CARRIAGE

SHE PULLED A LITTLE GLASS OUT OF HER POCKET AND LOOKED AT HERSELF by HONOR APPLETON

SHE PULLED A LITTLE GLASS OUT OF HER POCKET AND LOOKED AT HERSELF

GIRL IN THE BAR by EDWARD ARDIZZONE

GIRL IN THE BAR

QUARTER SESSIONS by EDWARD ARDIZZONE

QUARTER SESSIONS

'NOW DON'T LOOK AT POLLY LIKE THAT EM!' MISS PETTIFER LECTURED HIM. 'IT ISN'T NICE. YOU ARE DRIBBLING. IF POLLY EVER DISAPPEARS FOR GOOD I SHALL KNOW WHO HAS HAD HIM.' by EDWARD ARDIZZONE

'NOW DON'T LOOK AT POLLY LIKE THAT EM!' MISS PETTIFER LECTURED HIM. 'IT ISN'T NICE. YOU ARE DRIBBLING. IF POLLY EVER DISAPPEARS FOR GOOD I SHALL KNOW WHO HAS HAD HIM.'

PRISONER IN THE DOCK by EDWARD ARDIZZONE

PRISONER IN THE DOCK

LADY BARRISTER
OR 'WHAT I REALLY FEEL IN THIS CASE IS' by EDWARD ARDIZZONE

LADY BARRISTER OR 'WHAT I REALLY FEEL IN THIS CASE IS'

SILK AND JUNIOR
OR 'I SHOULD HAVE THOUGHT THIS WAS WORTH PUTTING TO HER' by EDWARD ARDIZZONE

SILK AND JUNIOR OR 'I SHOULD HAVE THOUGHT THIS WAS WORTH PUTTING TO HER'

CROSS-EXAMINING THE WITNESS
OR 'DO YOURSELF JUSTICE, MR JONES' by EDWARD ARDIZZONE

CROSS-EXAMINING THE WITNESS OR 'DO YOURSELF JUSTICE, MR JONES'

THE DIVORCE COURT
OR 'HE'S ALWAYS HITTING ME ROUND THE HEAD' by EDWARD ARDIZZONE

THE DIVORCE COURT OR 'HE'S ALWAYS HITTING ME ROUND THE HEAD'

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS AT A COUNTY COURT
OR 'I M SORRY TO HAVE TO ASK YOU THIS QUESTION, MADAM' by EDWARD ARDIZZONE

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS AT A COUNTY COURT OR 'I M SORRY TO HAVE TO ASK YOU THIS QUESTION, MADAM'

A GALLERY AT THE LAW COURTS
OR 'IT ALL DEPENDS ON THE JUDGE REALLY' by EDWARD ARDIZZONE

A GALLERY AT THE LAW COURTS OR 'IT ALL DEPENDS ON THE JUDGE REALLY'

A COURT AT THE OLD BAILEY
OR 'MEMBERS OF THE JURY, YOU CAN'T CONVICT MY CLIENT' (CAN'T THEY!) by EDWARD ARDIZZONE

A COURT AT THE OLD BAILEY OR 'MEMBERS OF THE JURY, YOU CAN'T CONVICT MY CLIENT' (CAN'T THEY!)

PUPILS
OR 'LISTEN TO THIS ONE' by EDWARD ARDIZZONE

PUPILS OR 'LISTEN TO THIS ONE'

LONDON SESSIONS
OR 'HOW DO I KNOW WHAT HE THOUGHT?' by EDWARD ARDIZZONE

LONDON SESSIONS OR 'HOW DO I KNOW WHAT HE THOUGHT?'

A LONDON MAGISTRATE'S COURT
OR OLDER BUT NO BETTER by EDWARD ARDIZZONE

A LONDON MAGISTRATE'S COURT OR OLDER BUT NO BETTER