Mirror of Literature,  11 (1828), 416.

The Awkward Confession



Poetry, Drollery


Medical Practitioners, Commerce

    A poetic tale of a woman with a 'doctor' who, once called in, was reluctant to discharge his patient: 'But medical gents, Sir, as well you and I know, / Can't hastily leave, when there's plenty of rhino; / While the purse is in health the disorder is slow, / The lighter your pocket the sooner they go'.

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