Punch,  9 (1845), 153.

Readings in Natural History: The Stag



Notes, Drollery


Natural History, Railways, Commerce

    Describes the 'Stag', the nickname for the 'railway ruminant', as if he were the animal of that name. Notes that the animal 'sheds a new branch directly there is any premium', and 'often causes great annoyance to the bulls and bears in the neighbourhood of the Stock Exchange'.

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