George Du Maurier
Our pretty doctor / DM.
[London : sn, 1870?]
Bequest of Gordon N. Ray, 1987.
[London : s.n., 1870?]
From the library of Gordon N. Ray.
Caption continues: Dr. Arabella. "Well, my good friends, what can I do for you?" Bill. "Well, Miss, it's all along o' me and my mates bein' out o' work, yer see, and wantin' to turn an honest penny hanyways we can; so, 'avin 'eard tell as you was a risin' young medical practitioner, we thought as p'raps you wouldn't mind just a recommendin' of hus as nurses."
Title from published caption.
Proof of a wood engraving after an illustration by Du Maurier for Punch, Aug. 13, 1870, p. 68.
Cartoon shows three burly working class men standing in front a young woman seated at a small desk in a consulting room.