Black Dwarf,  1 (1817), 103–08.

Letters of the Black Dwarf. Consolation for Englishmen

The Black Dwarf, pseud.  [Thomas J Wooler] *


Regular Feature, Letter, Spoof


Nutrition, Adulteration

    Observing that some of the readers look 'mighty cadaverous and lean', ironically urges them: 'you had better get into flesh, or the semblance of flesh; and for the latter purpose, you will find red ochre is cheaper than roast beef' (108).

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