Punch, 41 (1861), 115.
Rather Down in the Mouth
Medical Treatment, Commerce, Quackery
Discusses the claim of a 'cheap advertising Dentist' who offers to 'stop teeth at a shilling a-piece', a remedy which Punch considers '"too filling" at the price'.
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