A quack doctor and a dissenting parson selling their respective goods from a fairground booth. Coloured etching, 1795.

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1 print : etching, with watercolour ; image and text 23.3 x 34 cm

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A laudable partnership or souls and bodies, cured without loss of time. The cheapest booth in the fair,

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  • [London] (No. 50 Piccadilly the corner of Sackville Street)

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  • Pub.d ... by S.W. Fores

Dates

  • Septr. 3 1795

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A quack doctor and a dissenting parson selling their respective goods from a fairground booth. Coloured etching, 1795.. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY

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