Punch,  63 (1872), 227.

Dr. Cullen's Cookery Book





Religious Authority, Education, Universities, Patronage

    Responding to news that Irish Catholics wish the Catholic University of Ireland, Dublin, to be funded by the state, asks why academic subjects, including astronomy, physiology, geology, and chemistry, 'should be adapted for the Romish Church' as much as 'wines and some other goods are qualified for the British market'. Asks whether history and science should be 'doctored' and 'cooked' by doctors of theology.

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