Punch, 20 (1851), 106.
Downing Street College
Physiology, Education, Government, Public Health, Sanitation, Crime
Upholding the need for a 'College for Statesmen', suggests that the college should teach physiology to show the effect of that science on 'sanitary enactments or fiscal measures affecting the public health, and on criminal legislation'.
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