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A doctor asking his patients husband how she is, he replies (amidst a devasted room) that he's not sure but she certainly has a temper. Wood engraving by H ..., 1904.

Date
1904
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15343i
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Dialogue includes: Village doctor. "Well, Scroggins, I hope your wife is much better to-day, eh? How is her pulse, eh? And how's her temperature?" Scroggins (considering). "Well, doctor, I don't know much about her pulses, but as for her temper" - (feelingly) - "She's got plenty of that to-day!"

Publication/Creation

[London], 1904.

Physical description

1 print : wood engraving ; border 16.7 x 12 cm

Lettering

A sure sign of improvement. H. ... 1904.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 15343i

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