Punch,  17 (1849), 121.

Precautions Against Pestilence





Public Health, Disease, Hygeine, Sanitation, Nutrition

    Subtitled 'A Constitutional Dialogue between Jones and Brown', the latter attributes his defiance of disease to the fact that he and his family wash themselves 'each morn', have had their home 'Scrubb'd sweet and clean', have repaired a drain, and spent their money on 'goof nutritious diet'.

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