A troupe of quack medicine vendors crying up their wares, representing Opposition politicians advertising their policies to the Prince Regent, but he, represented as a horse ridden by R.C. Wellesley, gallops away from them. Coloured etching by G. Cruikshank after "Nathaniel NoParty", 1812.
- NoParty, Nathaniel, active 1812.
- 1 Feb[r]u[a]ry 1812
All who suffer from rheumatism, gout, sciatica, lumbago, torpid liver, indigestion ... or any form of disease or weakness should avoid poisonous drugs, quack medicines ... and try the marvellous curative efficacity of Mr. C.B. Harness' world-famed bona-fide "Electropathic" belt / the Electropathic and Zander Institute.
- Electropathic & Zander Institute.
Free thoughts on quacks and their medicines, occasioned by the death of Dr. Goldsmith and Mr. Scawen; or, a candid ... inquiry into the ... advertised remedies ... Wherein ... have been ... interspersed ... animadversions tending to defend minerals ... by proving the superiority of the productions of the mineral ... kingdoms
- Spilsbury, Francis.
Free thoughts on quacks and their medicines, occasioned by the death of Dr. Goldsmith and Mr. Scawen; or, a candid ... inquiry into the merits and dangers imputed to advertised remedies ... To which is added some remarks on the nature, cause and remedy of the scurvy and gout. Also a plan of the dispensary for the poor, instituted in 1773
- Spilsbury, Francis, 1733?-1793.
An account of remarkable cures, performed by the use of herbs and roots, : prepared by Dr. Lamert, No. 12, Church-Street, Spittalfields, Three Doors from Brick-Lane, opposite the French Church, London. Whose reputation is well known by the numerous and surprizing cures performed by him both in public and private. N.B. Dr. Lamert think it necessary to observe, he is no Stroller, Quack, or Emperic; ... Please to read this pamphlet with attention, and take care of it.
- Lamert, Dr.
Deadly adulteration and slow poisoning : or, Disease and death in the pot and the bottle; in which the blood-empoisoning and life-destroying adulterations of wines, spirits, beer, bread, flour, tea, sugar, spices, cheesemongery, pastry, confectionary medicines, &c. &c. &c. are laid open to the public, with tests or methods for the ascertaining and detecting the fraudulent and deleterious adulterations and the good and bad qualities of those articles : with an exposé of medical empiricism and imposture, quacks and quackery, regular and irregular, legitimate and illegitimate: and the frauds and mal-practices of pawn-brokers and madhouse keepers
- University of Leeds. Library.