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Political pamphlet on the Queen Caroline affair entitled,'The house Queen Caroline built." With a cover page carrying the title only.
With the full title on the opening page
"The house Queen Caroline built. An effusion."
Lettered beneath the title:
"By a Wild Irishwoman" with the publisher's line at the foot of the page:
"London: Printed for the Author, And may be had of all respectable booksellers, 1820."
The pamphlet consists of 14 pages (numbered pages 6-13) and 24 rhyming verses without illustrations
The verse is based on William Hone's famous satire "The Political House that Jack Built" 1819, BM Satires 13292, 1865,1111,388-400.
Lettered at the end of the text with an illegible name ending "ter" and the address St Mary Axe.
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Height: 220 millimetres (approx. page height)
Width: 129 millimetres (approx. page width)
- Curator's comments
- Bound as part of "Political Tracts Volume 5." Volume 5 of 10 volumes of political pamphlets, published circa 1819-1822.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: The Magic Lantern or Green Bag Plot Laid Open (Also published under the author's pseudonym, "A Wild Irish Woman.")
Associated Title: "The Political House that Jack Built" (References the format of William Hone's verses.)
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