Punch,  59 (1870), 95.

A Panacea for the Wounded



Notes, Drollery


Medical Treatment, Medical Practitioners, Spiritualism, Quackery, War

    Insists that, if his claims are genuine, the healing medium, F L Newton, should be 'at the seat of war' (viz., the Franco-Prussian war), pointing out that if he 'is half the healer and philanthropist those who believe in him make him out, he would instantly rush to the battle-plain, and stop the effusion of blood'.

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