Horrors In River Thames Water by W. Heath, 1828 - Postcard
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Horrors In River Thames Water by W. Heath - 1828. A woman dropping her porcelain tea-cup in horror upon discovering the monstrous contents of a magnified drop of River Thames water; revealing the impurity of London drinking water. Coloured etching by W. Heath, 1828. The Wellcome Institute.
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