Punch, 56 (1869), 142.
A Smash for the Seed Swindlers
Agriculture, Nutrition, Breeding
Begins by noting that the price of meat would force poor people to become vegetarians, but suggests that one reason for high meat prices is that farmers have been sowing 'Inferior German rapeseed'. Attacks farmers for this and notes that 'a Bill has been promoted to atone for their deficiency'.
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