Punch,  29 (1855), 61.

Nineteen Fortunes for Threepence



Introduction; Notes, Drollery


Commerce, Invention, Patents, Quackery, Medical Treatment, Charlatanry

    Introduces a list of nineteen dubious ways of 'earning an income, all for the price of three-pence'. These include raising money for patenting an 'impossible invention', and selling a 'pill, paste, or liquor' that purports to 'cure everything'.

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