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Title: Pamphlets and parodies on political subjects : containing 1. The house that Jack built. 2. Queen's matrimonial ladder. 3. Form of prayer. 4. Non mi ricordo. 5. Political showman. 6. Man in the moon. 7. Rights divine for kings, &c. 8. Slap at Slop
Other Titles: The house that Jack built.
The political house that Jack built. 51st ed., 1821.
The Queen's matrimonial ladder. 44th ed, 1820.
The form of prayer, with thanksgiving to Almighty God, to be used daily by all devout people throughout the realm, for the happy deliveraance of Her Majesty Queen Caroline, from the late most traitorous conspiracy. 8th ed., 1820.
Non mi ricordo. 31st ed., 1820.
The political showman -- at home! 20th ed., 1821.
The man in the moon. 27th ed., 1821.
Rights divine for kings.
The right divine of kings to govern wrong!
A slap at Slop, and the Bridge-Street Gang.
Authors: Hone, William, 1780-1842.

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Keywords: Great Britain Politics and government 1800-1837 Humor.
George IV, King of Great Britain, 1762-1830 Humor.
Caroline, Queen, consort of George IV, King of Great Britain, 1768-1821.
Sidmouth, Henry Addington, Viscount, 1757-1844 Humor.
Freedom of the press Great Britain Humor.
Divine right of kings Humor.
Issue Date: 1830
Citation: London : I. Chidley
1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 22 cm.
Series/Report no.: 18th Century British Political Pamphlets Collection
Description: -erratic page numbers -no table of content
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1974/4005
Appears in Collections:18th Century British Political Pamphlets Collection

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