The Friends of Foreigners in a Bad Way
Medical Treatment, Medical Practitioners, Politics
Reports on the 'alarming state of the King of Naples' who took a 'morbid delight' in the 'sufferings and protracted pains of wise, amiable, and aged gentlemen', bound in irons and lodged in vaults. The 'Friends of Foreigners in a Bad Way', however, has decided against hiring Francis Willis and John Conolly to 'bleed, blister and physic' the patient.
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