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Satirising T H Huxley and Charles Darwin, leading proponents of the theory of evolution.
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From the Weekly News Cartoon from the Weekly News, 1867 Add a photo to this gallery Add a photo...
Zoz, or the Irish Charivari was a satirical magazine published in Dublin by W. P. Swan from 1876...
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|current||00:49, March 4, 2010||662 × 447 (78 KB)||Nicknack009||"Pride of Birth", cartoon by "Spex" (John Fergus O'Hea) from ''Zoz'' (1876-1877) Satirising T H Huxley and Charles Darwin, leading proponents of the theory of evolution. Category:Zozimus|