Bos Americanus An American bull mapped out with its joints and cuts of meat is carefully priced as it tosses the British butcher out of the way The butcher has labels showing the price of beef to be pence a pound and mutton shilling a pound Imports of American meat were growing rapidly and it was hoped that the increasing competition would force the nations butchers to reduce their inflated prices From Punch or the London Charivari March
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