Punch, 5 (1843), 113.
Medical Treatment, Neurology, Politics, Government
Includes Punch's argument that the head of the statesman Henry P Brougham (1st Baron Brougham and Vaux) is not 'turned' because he 'turned altogether' and that the cerebral apoplexy of Charles W Stewart (3rd Marquess of Londonderry) has been contradicted by the fact that 'his head was never a full habit'.
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