A family doctor, an obstetrician, a sensationalist author-doctor and a hypnotist; all pruriently satirised under the guise of moralism, as peddled by James Morison and his pharmaceutical company. Lithograph, 1852.

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    Morality of modern medicine-mongers. Dedicated to the husbands, fathers, and brothers, of England, and also to the societies for the prevention of vice, by the British College of Health, New Road, London, 1852. The hygeian system of James Morison, the hygeist. Exposing some of the ...ils of doctor-craft ...


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        'A family doctor, an obstetrician, a sensationalist author-doctor and a hypnotist; all pruriently satirised under the guise of moralism, as peddled by James Morison and his pharmaceutical company. Lithograph, 1852.' . Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY


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