Punch, 17 (1849), 155.
Manufactories, Public Health, Pollution, Chemistry, Education, Environmentalism
Sympathises with 'the proprietors of gunpowder-mills, alkali, and other chemical works generating noxious gases' for being forced to relocate their works out of town and to pay for the damage they have caused to the environment. Observes that removing a chemical works near the home would prevent one way in which 'the study of Chemistry might be much advanced'.
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