The Goose that Couldn't â?? or Wouldn't Bernard Partridge Cartoons from Punch magazine
The Goose that Couldn't - or Wouldn't. Mr Bonar Law. "The wretched bird can't lay golden eggs without a nice long moratorium." M. Poincare. "And I say she can. And a goose that can lay and won't lay must be made to lay - even if I have to wring her neck!"
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