Punch, 41 (1861), 12.
Botanical Gardens, Societies, Education, Amusement, Religious Authority, Government, Patronage, Controversy
Relishes news that the government has refused to endow the Royal Dublin Society with money that, in the absence of the society's Sabbatarian 'fanatics', they would have made by opening their Botanical Gardens to the public for 'moral and intellectual recreation'.
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