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An elderly man throwing his head back to swallow some pills and in the process tossing water all over himself. Coloured aquatint by M. Egerton, 1827.
An obese man exhibiting a placard of himself looking extremely thin, demonstrating the effectiveness of J. Morison's pills. Coloured lithograph.
A horrified gouty man discovering grass is growing out of his skin, as a result of taking J. Morison's vegetable pills. Coloured lithograph by C.J. Grant, 1835.
A black man buying some of J. Morison's pills, hoping they will make him white. Coloured lithograph.
A large John Bull being held down and force-fed by Peel and Wellington; satirizing the idea of the Catholic emancipation as a breach of the constitution. Coloured etching by W. Heath, 1829.
An angry ill king throwing his medicines on to the floor and shouting at his physicians that he needs a victory not tablets. Pen drawing by J.H. Dowd, 1914.
A person discovering that they have been transformed into several kinds of vegetables the morning after taking J. Morison's vegetable pills. Coloured lithograph.
A wealthy and well-dressed doctor; suggesting he has a large number of patients. Wood engraving by J. Orrin Smith after J.K. Meadows, 1840.
A doctor presenting a patient with a large pill; satirizing Addington's concession to the City of London by withdrawing income tax. Coloured etching by C. Williams, 1802.
A man in bed with vegetables sprouting from all parts of his body; as a result of taking J. Morison's vegetable pills.