Punch,  30 (1856), 41.

A Mad Wag's Advertisement



News-Commentary, Drollery


Monstrosities, Animal Behaviour

    Calls the attention of Richard Owen to an advertisement for a Bath chair which can be drawn by a man or a pony painted maroon and 'lined with drab cloth and holland covers'. Believes the advertiser would be found insane by a British jury.

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