Punch, 34 (1858), 97.
The Press on its Last Legs
Steamships, Engineering, Nutrition
Believes that the amount of sugar and water 'which are daily swallowed in conjunction' at French cafes, 'would respectively suffice to freight and float the lately launched Britannic Ship, Leviathan'.
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