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Huddesford, George, 1749–1809
Warley : a satire addressed to the first artist in Europe ...
London : Printed for D. Brown, at Garrick's Head, in Katharine-street, Strand, 1778.
Physical Description:
2 pts. (25, [4]; 32, [3] p.) ; 28 cm.
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
British Art Center copy is disbound.
Addressed to Sir Joshua Reynolds.
"Wrongly attributed to Thomas Maurice."--Halkett & Laing.
Part 2 has title: The second part of Warley : a satire : containing a curious detail of the operations of the grand army during the royal review.
"The swashing blades of Warley : a ballad": pt. 2, p. [28]-32.
For Fanny Burney's embarrassed reaction to this poem, see her diary ("Letters from Susan to Fanny Burney," Jan. 1779)
Subject Terms:
Brown, D. -- Publisher.
Reynolds, Joshua, Sir, 1723-1792 -- In literature.

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