Punch,  51 (1866), iii–iv.




Short Fiction, Drollery


Societies, Medical Practitioners, Scientific Practitioners, Force, Physics, Metallurgy, Zoology, Palaeontology, Museums, Economic Geology

    Describes the 'Grand Reform Procession' along the Strand which is led by Mr Punch and his knights (iii). During the journey, the procession pass the clubland of Piccadilly where Mr Punch praises his 'brave Physicians', and also Michael Faraday (whom he urges to 'conserve' his 'forces'), John Percy (who seems 'as strong as iron'), Richard Owen (whom Mr Punch asks when the 'beasts' in the British Museum will be moved), and Andrew C Ramsay (whom he asks about the coal supply) (iv).

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