Humorists of the Pencil: Phil May by Phil May

HUMORISTS OF THE PENCIL

PHIL   MAY

LONDON:
“PUNCH” OFFICE, 10, BOUVERIE STREET, E.C.

PHIL MAY—By Himself.

Reproduced from “The History of Punch” by the kind permission of Mr. H. H. Spielmann, the owner of the original drawings.

“AND SHE OUGHT TO KNOW!”

“That’s supposed to be a Portograph of Lady Solsbary. But, bless yer, it ain’t like her a bit in Private!”

PREACHING AND PRACTISING.

Lady Bountiful (to old Parishioner). “I hope you like our New Clergyman’s Sermons, Mrs. Brown?”

Mrs. Brown: “Oh yes, my Lady, he do Preach quite beautiful; but then, you see, he don’t Practise. So when my poor old Man be troubled with the Rheumatics, I have to send for the Doctor in the Village, and it do come so very expensive!”