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A doctor visiting a patient who insists on self medication; representing Lord Rosebery's chairmanship of a committee advocating reform in the House of Lords. Wood engraving by Sir E.L. Sambourne, 1907.

Sambourne, Linley, 1844-1910.
Date
1907

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Credit: A doctor visiting a patient who insists on self medication; representing Lord Rosebery's chairmanship of a committee advocating reform in the House of Lords. Wood engraving by Sir E.L. Sambourne, 1907. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)


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Dialogue includes: Surgeon C.-B. "A very bad case. I see nothing for it but an operation." His Lordship. "Very kind of you, I'm sure to offer your services; but I thought of taking a little prescription of my own." [The Lords have appointed a committee to consider the best means of reforming their own House. Lord Roseberry is its chairman.]

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Self-treatment preferred. Linley Sambourne delin.

Publication/Creation

[London], 1907.

Physical description

1 print : wood engraving ; border 24.2 x 18 cm

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 15357i

Language

  • English


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