Punch, 42 (1862), 202.
The World in Little at South Kensington
Exhibitions, Astronomy, Instruments
Likens the International Exhibition to 'a view of the Universe through the small end of the telescope', notably what the world would look like if it were improved by 'clearing out the Nave' and the 'rubbish' of 'Foreign Courts'.
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