Punch,  30 (1856), 246.

Domestic Notices of Motion: Laburnum Lodge, Little Chelsea, June 18th



Notes, Spoof


Medical Treatment, Medical Practitioners, Gender, Domestic Economy

    Includes motions to consider the petition of a 'Monthly Nurse', that her consumption of rum and water is 'absolutely necessary for her constitution', and Dr Frumpy's argument that he has 'strong medical testimony' to support the need for the 'Monthly Nurse' to take the children of the Grundy household to the seaside for the benefit of their health.

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