Punch,  17 (1849), 130.

The Dancing Chancellors



Essay, Drollery


Agriculture, Government

    Responding to the recent interest shown in the 'science of Agriculture' by the statesman Henry P Brougham (1st Baron Brougham and Vaux), and his penchant for dancing, suggests that he 'will perhaps render the more graceful subservient to the more useful pursuit' and expects to find him inventing an agricultural ballet 'to be danced in wooden shoes'.

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