Punch,  51 (1866), [193].

Dr. Dulcamara in Dublin

J T, pseud.  [John Tenniel] *


Illustration, Drollery

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J T, pseud.  [John Tenniel] *


Quackery, Politics, Medical Treatment

    Shows John Bright dressed as a quack doctor, standing on a platform before a crowd. He advertises a large bottle of medicine labelled 'Radical Reform'. This is a reference to Bright's recent addresses in Dublin in which he argued that making Parliament more democratic would help the Irish struggle for land reform.

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