Punch,  21 (1851), 148.

"There's Poison in the (Tea) Cup!"– Hamlet's Mother



Essay, Drollery


Nutrition, Adulteration, Commerce

    Describing the adulteration of tea, castigates grocers as 'The Poisoners of the Nineteenth Century' and urges that 'The Act for Prevention of the Sale of Poisons' be applied to these tradesmen.

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