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  • Mr. Harry Furniss's coloured toy-books -- "Romps" -- are too well known to need description, and many another juvenile volume owes its attraction to his facile pencil.

    Children's Books and Their Illustrators

  • It appeared he had bought many hundreds of "Romps" books for children and given them to Children's Hospitals and other institutions.

    The Confessions of a Caricaturist, Vol 2 (of 2)

  • Mr. Harry Furniss's "Romps" reflects his keen delight in young people, the wilder the better.

    The History of "Punch"

  • In "Romps," and in all his work for children, there is an irrepressible sense of movement and of exuberant vitality in his figures; but, all the same, they are more like Fred Walker's idyllic youngsters having romps than like real everyday children.

    Children's Books and Their Illustrators

  • Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie: Sex Toys, Jennifer Aniston 'Romps' In Pictures

    Anorak News

  • TAG Blog: White Doggie Still Romps span.fullpost display:inline;

    White Doggie Still Romps

  • Vicious Imagery: Romps, vamps and police procedural fantasy skip to main

    Romps, vamps and police procedural fantasy

  • Shes a Buxom Lass however, and I own I longed for a Game of Romps with her, and should infallibly have taken one, only I thought the Dress I was in, the Air I had breathd and especially the Medicine I had taken, would not very greatly please a Lady, a stranger, of much Delicacy.

    Letter from John Adams to Abigail Smith, 14 April 1764

  • I am a Member of a Society which has wholly escaped your Notice, I mean a Club of She-Romps.

    The Spectator, Volume 2.

  • Romps through the lavender fields, beach walks and apple pancakes await, even when the sun isn't peeking through the "blue hole" - a patch of clear sky known to hover above Sequim when it's raining almost everywhere else.

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