Punch,  6 (1844), 105.

Central Agricultural Protection Society



Proceedings, Spoof


Natural History, Education, Collecting

    Notes that one of the society's resolutions is that 'Natural History teaches that butterflies lay eggs' and that 'butterfly hunting, besides being a salutary, and wholesome exercise to youth, is conducive to the extirpation of grubs'.

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