Punch,  44 (1863), 219.

Shadows of the Week



Regular Feature, Reportage, Drollery


Archaeology, Botany, Religious Authority, Human Development, Descent

    Includes news that 'an eminent Housebreaker' has found some coins that would interest archaeologists, that 'The Indian Overland Root will be shown at the next Botanical Fête', and that Charles H Spurgeon will lecture for three consecutive hours, in order to prove that the human jaw is 'just as great now-a-days as the one found at Abbeville, supposed to be pre-Adamite'.

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