Have you ever heard of the Gallica BNF (Biblioteque National de France)? I happened to stumble upon this incredible site. Basically the French National Library is sharing several million documents, books, manuscripts, maps and plans, prints, photographs, posters, journals, press and newspaper publications, sound recordings, scores all available for free download and consultation.
These drawings are found in La Caricature a satirical weekly published French periodical that was distributed in Paris between 1830 and 1843. Many artists the likes of Honoré Daumier and Jean Ignace Isidore Gérard Grandville collaborated with this magazine but there were many others.
I spent a couple of hours flipping through the pages of this old publication and my eyes now are full and happy! I suggest you to go and take a look. For me is always inspiring to look up the works of great artists of the past. Keep searching , be curious...dream on.