Punch,  14 (1848), 57.

The Elastic Baby Jumper



Essay, Drollery; Illustration, Drollery

Relevant illustrations:

wdct. [2]


N, pseud.  [William Newman] *


Invention, Human Development, Politics, Steamships, Travel

    Believes the 'Infant Baby Jumper', an apparatus for suspending babies from ceilings, should be used by 'the chairman at a public meeting' enabling him to preside over or advance into an assembly, and help passengers embark and disembark from steamboats. The illustrations depicts figures suspended from this invention.

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