Punch,  49 (1865), [v]–[vii].






Animal Husbandry, Disease, Medical Treatment, Telegraphy, Technology, Railways, Environmentalism, Health, Military Technology

    In the 'Political Summary', notes the 'most stringent' but unsuccessful measures that are being 'adopted to stay the progress of the Rinderpest' which has caused thousands of cattle to perish ([v]). In 'Notes', summaries are given of a recent article on homeopathy as a qualification for political integrity (PU1/48/24/7), and forthcoming articles on messages allegedly sent from the Great Eastern on its telegraph cable-laying voyage (, PU1/49/3/1), on the proposed construction of a Great Western Railway Company factory in Oxford (, PU1/49/10/7), and on advice to Cowper P Coles (, PU1/49/22/3) ([vii]).

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