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About this object
The House of Webb, a comic paper for the holiday months written by members of the Webb family. Undated.

The contents include:

An introduction:
Within these pages you may find
The workings of a youthful mind.
To write this work I've spent some time
Some part is prose and some is rhyme...

Ancient sayings of the House of Webb
True wit
Modern sayings of the House of Webb
Poetry: There was a small boy named AJ. There is a sketch below the poem with the initials WJW in the bottom right hand corner.
Poetry: There was a young creature named Tony. There is a sketch below the poem with the initials WJW in the bottom right hand corner.
Poetry: Thoughts on walking across Jib, a jestful rhyme.
Henry Hay Webb on Fiction with notes by G F A M Webb.
Dora, A poem: Dora was the second daughter of the parish parson's crowd...
Youthful Ambition: A story for juvenile readers
Poem: Essex disgusts us Webb
Cambridge Life contributed by Arthur E Webb
Poem: Henry Hay Webb
Poem: Edmondson Webb
Poem: Arthur Edmondson Webb
Apology
Collection
Production period
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Handwritten with black ink on paper. Soft cover exercise book.
Measurements
Height x Width: 204 x 162mm
Subject period
Subject date
Post 1884
Credit line
from the estate of Miss Elizabeth Webb
Other number(s)
m99/78/413, 78616

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