Punch,  58 (1870), 207.

An Afternoon Tea (A Fragment)



Dialogue, Spoof


Medical Practitioners, Quackery, Gender

    Describes a conversation about Dr Smoothman between several ladies who praise his charming manner. The husband of one of the ladies, however, had just seen the doctor's bill for a year's attendance and interjects to complain that the doctor is a quack.

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