Punch, 43 (1862), 94.
The Constitution in Danger
Disease, Politics, Analogy, Medical Treatment
Compares the claim 'well known to physicians' that stopping 'any habitual outgoing from the human system' can cause 'dangerous diseases', to a similar problem in the 'body politic': the potential danger to the United Kingdom of stopping emigrants ('injurious agents') to the United States.
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