Pamphlet, 20pp., 8vo, pink printed wrappers (included in the pagination), sl. grubby, mainly good condition. NO copy recorded on COPAC or WorldCat. Note: Edward Thomas was the brother of leading "homeopath", Henry Thomas (1833-1894).
[Victorian homoeopathy; homoeopathic; Punch, or the London Charivari]
Without place or date. [From 'Punch's Almanack', London, 1859.]
1p.,12mo. Fifty-three lines of small type. Good, on lightly-aged and ruckled paper, with traces of mount on blank reverse. The item begins: 'MR. PUNCH is accustomed to receive letter and treaties, imploring him not to call homoeopathy fudge, and some of them attempting to assign reasons why he should not. In all these communications, the medical opponents of homoepathy are called "allopathists."' Later on the author comments: 'PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY is perhaps an allopathist; however he does not tell us on what principle his pills and ointments cure all diseases.