What little there may be as can masquerade as medical, normally a man finds astern of the barber's pole, whether that be for the drawin' of a tooth or the settin' of an arm fallen to scrumpin'. Few among us can afford the services of them as title 'emselves 'doctor', even had we the makin' o' their acquaintance. Along o' which, it rarely hurts a man to get his hair trimmed, while 'e's in port, for the long arm o' the law is fearsome attracted to unruly 'air. Many's the knave as 'as got away wi' much, just on account o' seeming 'spectable.