Punch,  40 (1861), 23.

'Cough No More!'



Essay, Drollery


Medical Treatment, Disease, Adulteration, Pharmaceuticals

    Noting the widespread sweetening of cough mixtures, urges that such remedies, 'especially if intended for children, ought to be rendered as nauseous as possible'. Suggests a recipe for such a medicine which, it is claimed, will quickly stop a cough.

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