Punch,  55 (1868), 148.

Agricultural Economy



News-Commentary, Drollery


Societies, Political Economy

    Considers that the Economic Science section of the British Association for the Advancement of Science has overlooked the subject of 'skinning a flint', and suggests that the audience for this section probably contained numerous 'squires and farmers who were enraged by Canon Girdlestone's exposure of the condition of the agricultural labourer' but who may have needed some instruction on the subject discussed in the section—'divesting silex of integument'.

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