Cartoons from Punch magazine by Bernard Partridge
Johnsoniana. Shade of Dr Johnson (to his namesake). "Madam, though I never contemplated, and could never have approved, the idea of female volitation, I cannot but respect, and even admire, an achievement which has conferred new lustre on our patronymic." Miss Amy Johnson. "Thank you very much. 'And now, sir, let us take a 'flight' down Fleet Street.'"
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