Punch,  37 (1859), 254.

A Cough in the House



Poetry, Drollery


Disease, Medical Treatment, Health

    Describes the author's increasing irritation with the cough of a woman in his house. Explains how he wishes he could procure various remedies (including 'Pulmonic Wafers' and 'Cough No More') and that he would 'richly fee' a doctor or a quack to free him from the nuisance.

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