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Creator:
Hone, William, 1780-1842.
Title:
Facetiæ and miscellanies / by William Hone ; with one hundred and twenty engravings, drawn by George Cruiksbank.
Published/Created:
London : Published for William Hone, by Hunt and Clarke, Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, 1827.
Physical Description:
14 pts. in 1 v. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DA537 .H66 1827
Yale Center for British Art, Gift of Gloria Scheuer
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Books
Notes:
Reissue of pieces first published separately, with a new general t.p. and preliminary matter.
Contents note continues ... -- Buonapartephobia : the origin of Dr. Slop's name. Tenth ed. (1820). [Title-vignette portrait of Napoleon, not by Cruikshank; no other illustrations] -- A slap at Slop and the Bridge-Street gang (1822). [With 3 pl.] -- Aspersions answered. Sixth ed. (1824) -- Another article for the Quarterly review. Fourth ed. (1824).
Includes bibliographical references.
Cohn, A.M. George Cruikshank, 405
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in half brown morocco with marbled boards. Contents: Advertisement, contents, and introduction (1827). viii p. -- The political house that Jack built. Fifty third ed. (1821) -- The man in the moon. Twenty-fifth ed. (1820) -- A political Christmas carol [1820] -- The Queen's matrimonial ladder. Forty-fourth ed. (1820) [With the toy ladder] -- In Parliament : dropt clauses of the bill, against the Queen [n.d.] "Non mi ricordo!" Thirty-first ed. (1820) -- The form of prayer, with thanksgiving to Almighty God ... for the happy deliverance of Her Majesty Queen Caroline from the late ... conspiracy. Fifth ed. (1820) -- The political showman - at home! Sixteenth ed. (1821) -- The right divine of kings to govern wrong! (1821) -- The bank restriction barometer [1820?]. [With plate] -- Buonapartephobia : the origin of Dr. Slop's name. Tenth ed. (1820). [Title-vignette portrait of Napoleon, not by Cruikshank; no other illustrations] -- A slap at Slop and the Bridge-Street gang (1822). [With 3 pl.] -- Aspersions answered. 5th ed. (1824) -- Another article for the Quarterly review. Second ed. (1824).
Contents:
Advertisement, contents, and introduction (1827). viii p. -- The political house that Jack built. Fiftieth ed. (1820) -- The man in the moon. Twenty-seventh ed. (1821) -- A political Christmas carol [1820] -- The Queen's matrimonial ladder. Forty-fourth ed. (1820) [Without the toy ladder] -- In Parliament : dropt clauses of the bill, against the Queen [n.d.] "Non mi ricordo!" Thirty-first ed. (1820) -- The form of prayer, with thanksgiving to Almighty God ... for the happy deliverance of Her Majesty Queen Caroline from the late ... conspiracy. Fifth ed. (1820) -- The political showman - at home! Sixteenth ed. (1821) -- The right divine of kings to govern wrong! (1821) -- The bank restriction barometer [1820?]. [With plate] ...
Subject Terms:
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1800-1837.
Hone, William -- Publisher.
Hunt and Clarke -- Printer.
Political satire, English.
Satire, English.
Scheuer, Gloria -- Provenance.
Wit and humor, English.
Form/Genre:
Wood engravings -- 1827.
Contributors:
Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878, ill.
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