An ill creature with a human head and long tail is seated in a chair being treated by two nurses

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An ill creature with a human head and long tail is seated in a chair being treated by two nurses; representing a case in contemporary British or Irish politics. Coloured lithograph, 1835. The creature says: "Ah! oh! ah! gently gently I can't bear much handling of it.", its extremely long tail is inscribed: "Carlow". Two small human heads are nestling in the stomach of the creature. Created 1 December 1835. Monsters. Rheumatism. Anthropomorphism. House furnishings – Great Britain (- 19th century). Nurses. Carlow. Work ID: xbw2qm95.

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