Punch, 54 (1868), 163.
More Grist to the Mill
Medical Practitioners, Education
Believes that medical students will be interested in a report on the Florentine chamber of deputies who are debating the 'Grinding-Tax Bill'. Suggests that this is a 'tax upon grinding, the consideration whereof may occasion some of those youths who design themselves candidates for diplomas in medicine and surgery to rejoice as being better off than the Italian students'.
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