Punch,  15 (1848), 181.

We are None of Us Safe!



News-Commentary, Drollery

Relevant illustrations:



N, pseud.  [William Newman] *


Quackery, Medical Treatment, Religious Authority

    Reports on Thomas Holloway, who allegedly used his famous ointment to treat successfully a Waterloo veteran suffering from gout. Believes Holloway is 'setting a trap for the Pope's leg-ate' and is offering to 'undertake the cure of soles'. The illustration shows a dark figure emerging from a box of 'Holloway's Pills'.

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