An obese man exhibiting a placard of himself looking extremely thin, demonstrating the effectiveness of J. Morison's pills. Coloured lithograph.
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.
A black man buying some of J. Morison's pills, hoping they will make him white. 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 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.
A sailor surviving in a large empty box of J. Morison's pills, after being shipwrecked. 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.