Monday, February 29, 2016

Historical Account of Teaching Babies To Walk

The household medical advisor is a complete, popular scientific work of reference compiled from the most recent recognized system of prevention and cure...with over 320 illustrations, colored plates, and unfolding anatomical models. Published in 1900. {Read more here}

Monday, February 22, 2016

Regency British Humor

British people often consider the French to be masters in rudeness. But the British are quite adept at trading insults too. This British-made chamber pot with a bust of Napoleon dates from 1805. It can be viewed in the Royal Pavilion Museum at Brighton. [Read more]