Punch,  43 (1862), 75.

'Oh, My Toe!'



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    Attempts to respond to a correspondent in the Hampshire Advertiser who attacked Punch for suggesting that the antiquaries who visited Netley Abbey 'for a sake of a laugh tear down those things which, though trifling in themselves, are valued for their rarity by those who really can appreciate them'. Punch is mystified by this attack.

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