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A misunderstanding between a sick visitor and a native of a village in Scotland. Reproduction of a drawing after G. Belcher, 1912.

Belcher, George Frederick Arthur, 1875-1947.
Date
2 October 1912

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Description

Dialogue includes: Invalid visitor: "Oh, is there a doctor on this side of the loch, and do you know if he is homœpathic?" Native: "No; he isn't anything of that. He's Presbyterian."

Publication/Creation

[London] : The Tatler, 2 October 1912.

Physical description

1 photomechanical reproduction ; border 25.8 x 18.5 cm

Lettering

A little error. By George Belcher.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 15764i

Language

  • English



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