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This was a new idea, but it has been followed by most caricaturists since and so has become familiar.There were no comic papers in those days, and the weekly cartoon of "H. He exerted, I am told, quite an influence upon politics, and was on terms of intimacy with many of the leading men of the day.I HAVE had a life which, for variety and romance, could, I think, hardly be exceeded.
But the real romance of the family lies in the fact that about the middle of the seventeenth century the Reverend Richard Pack, who was head of Kilkenny College, married Mary Percy, who was heir to the Irish branch of the Percys of Northumberland.
B." made a great reputation in London from about 1825 to 1850.
He came from Dublin about the year 1815 and may be said to be the father of polite caricature, for in the old days satire took the brutal shape of making the object grotesque in features and figure. My grandfather was a gentleman, drawing gentlemen for gentlemen, and the satire lay in the wit of the picture and not in the mis-drawing of faces.
I have had a long literary career after a medical training which gave me the M. I have travelled as Doctor to a whaler for seven months in the Arctic and afterwards in the West Coast of Africa.
I have seen something of three wars, the Soudanese, the South African and the German.
The original Doyle, or D'Oil, was a cadet-branch of the Staffordshire Doyles, which has produced Sir Francis Hastings Doyle and many other distinguished men.