Punch, 23 (1852), 45.
Insensibility to Famine
Mesmerism, Electricity, Politics, Agriculture
Claims that Fitzroy Kelly has been 'studying electro-biology and trying to impress the susceptible subjects of East Suffolk' and that the repeal of the Corn Laws has not raised 'the food, the comforts and enjoyments of the people'.
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