'Universal Pills No 2', c 1825-1850.
© Science Museum / Science & Society Picture Library
Hand-coloured lithograph showing a caricature concerning the merits of Morrison's pills. The caricature features a pharmacist holding a pestle and mortar discusing the merits of the pills with a customer. The pharmacist is asking, "What d'ye say, your Father's confined too? Bles me, why dont he try Morrison's Pills?". The boy replies, "Cos I dont think he knowd as they wos good things to get him out of Witecros Street Prisun!".