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An operator treating Ann Ford, a society lady, with "Perkins's tractors", for her venomous tongue. Coloured etching by C. Williams, 1802.

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The tractors. A new discovered virtue in these invaluable operators most cordially recommeded to the public at large and to Dr. Perkins in in particular as alikely means of preventing more murder than all the poenal statues. CW esqr. delt.

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