Punch,  54 (1868), 110.

Teach Him to Find Fault!



News-Commentary, Drollery


Medical Practitioners, Utilitarianism, Politics

    Discusses the suspension by the Poor Law Board of Dr Rogers, the medical officer of the Strand Poor Law Union Workhouse. Explains that Rogers was dismissed because he 'repeatedly appealed to the public and the Poor Law Board' rather than the guardians, and suggests that he had 'paid the penalty of his zeal'.

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