Mirror of Literature,  11 (1828), 300–01.

Clio Grub at Brighton



Extract, Poetry, Drollery

Publications extracted:

New Monthly Magazine


Medical Treatment, Hydropathy, Medical Practitioners, Race

    The eponymous hero is a hack writer suffering from rheumatism, who goes to Brighton for his health. He is treated at the Turkish baths, but is only cured when, on falling down a well, he drinks a smugglers' stash of gin.

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