Punch, 41 (1861), 153.
Punch's Pulpit Lozenges
Religion, Medical Treatment, Commerce
Promotes these lozenges as a means of enabling clergymen to cure such vocal problems as 'stammering and lingual hesitation', to achieve a 'level, smooth, and glib pronunciation', and to make their voices heard 'where previously their preaching was so utterly inaudible that it could do little good'. Adds that Mr Punch has testimonials supporting his product and that buyers are encouraged to make further purchases.
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