Punch, 23 (1852), 218.
A Countryman at Cambridge
Insists that beer at the University of Cambridge is 'very good physic and bark. / Not to name a French chemist's unguarded remark', and that it abounds with substances that neither a chemist nor druggist can 'compound'.
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