Punch,  14 (1848), 78.

The Anaesthetical Electioneering Agent



News-Commentary, Drollery


Anaesthesia, Politics, Commerce, Charlatanry

    Reports that parliamentary candidates in a Yarmouth election were unconscious of acts of bribery during the voting procedure, and attributes this to the fact that candidates must have been 'under the influence of chloroform'.

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