Punch, 42 (1862), 175.
A Mart for Art
Exhibitions, Commerce, Technology, Military Technology, Railways
Reports that opposite the International Exhibition, which opened on 1 May 1862, 'certain enterprising persons' have established an 'International Bazaar'. The narrator intends to purchase there such items as an Armstrong gun, a railway locomotive, and 'a Shoeburyness target'.
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