Punch, 11 (1846), 50.
The Hyde-Park Clock
Physiognomy, Time, Instruments
Reports on the poor condition of the Hyde Park Clock and notes that during the night, an 'eruption breaks out all over the face, which exhibits such confusion that even the celebrated physiognomist Lavater would be puzzled to read its expression'.
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