Moore, Francis, 1657-1714, The age of intellect, or, Clerical showfolk, and wonderful layfolk , 1819
- The age of intellect, or, Clerical showfolk, and wonderful layfolk : a series of poetical epistles between Bob Blazon in town, and Jack Jingle in the country : dedicated to the Fair Circassian : with notes critical, ethical, satirical, physiological, craniological, and astrological / by Francis Moore, physician, author of the celebrated work entitled Vox stellarum or, A loyal almanack.
- Alternate Title(s):
- Age of intellect
Clerical showfold and wonderful layfolk
- London : Printed for William Hone, 1819.
- Physical Description:
- , ii, [v]-xxiii, -172,  p.,  leaf of plates : ill. ; 19 cm.
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsPR5039.M66 A34 1818Yale Center for British Art, Gift of Gloria ScheuerAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Information
- The author of this work is not Francis Moore, 1657-1715, author of Vox stellarum.
Frontispiece aquatint by George Cruikshank; after Francis Moore.
Printed by Plummer and Brewis, Love Lane, Eastcheap.
Title printed in red and black.
Cohn, A.M. George Cruikshank, 574
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in gilt-tooled green calf, with gilt edges. With hand-colored frontispiece.
- Subject Terms:
- Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1800-1837.Great Britain -- Social life and customs -- 19th century.Hone, William -- Publisher.Plummer and Brewis -- Printer.Political satire, English.Scheuer, Gloria -- Provenance.
- Aquatints -- Hand-colored -- 1819.
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