Punch, 42 (1862), 192.
Speculations About Money, and Without Any Money
Commerce, Government, Medical Treatment
Includes the speculation that a 'Shin-Plaster' is a 'specific invented in the first instance by a weak government that was on its last legs, and was obliged to resort to this quack remedy' to maintain 'anything like a footing in the money-market'.
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