Punch,  21 (1851), 31.

A Gap in the Great Exhibition!



Essay, Drollery


Exhibitions, Invention, Technology, Crime, Religion

    Complains that the Great Exhibition lacks the appearance of a 'Benevolent Machine', a machine for providing 'the vilest, the most atrocious criminal, a passage to the realms of endless bliss'—the next life.

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