Punch,  11 (1846), 64.

A Voice from Egyptian Hall



Reportage, Drollery


Amusement, Invention, Sound, Instrument-makers

    Reports that Prof. Faber's 'speaking-machine' at the Egyptian Hall has survived a recent hailstorm. Recommends, however, that Faber produce a 'double' [an understudy] for the automaton 'to guard against accidents'.

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