Punch, 23 (1852), 91.
A Squeak for the British Drama
One of the Pigs of the Haymarket
Animal Behaviour, Zoology, Amusement
Responding to the appearance of a pig in a play at the Haymarket, asks why dramatists do not go to the Zoological Society to select animals, and why they do not choose an elephant because 'elephants and pigs are proved by Mr Buffon to be of the same family'.
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