Punch, 31 (1856), 162.
The Quiet Nightingale
The British Snob
Medical Practitioners, Heroism
Following a report in the Court Journal, claims to be 'bitterly disappointed' with Florence Nightingale for not behaving like a 'public character', by failing to give public addresses, preside at tea-meetings, and distribute prizes to children. Complains that he had looked forward to reading interviews with her and hearing anecdotes about her 'sayings and doings'.
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