Punch,  19 (1850), 199.

Puseyite Cosmetics



Essay, Drollery


Religious Authority, Medical Treatment, Quackery

    Mr Punch offers his range of medicines to 'Puseyite Clergymen', including his 'Illuminative Drops, for communicating that peculiar Glow to the Eye which is the natural result of enthusiasm exalted by frequent vigils, meditation, &c.' and which will enable 'an Oxford graduate' to 'pass easily [...] for a zealous Roman ecclesiastic'.

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