The British antidote to caledonian poison : Containing fifty-three anti-ministerial, political, satirical, and comic prints, for those remarkable years 1762, and 1763. To which are added, three sheets of letter-press, containing a humorous character of the kingdom and people of Scotland, all the best political songs, and several original humorous essays, poems, &c. so as to render the whole compleatly entertaining. Vol I. Contains twenty-seven copper-plates, among which are several shilling prints, viz. 1 The triple compact. 2 Political see-saw. 3 A wonderful sight. 4 Political puzzle. 5 Jack boot kick'd down. 6 Lion entranc'd. 7 The kitchen. 8 Who'll take a peep. 9 Laird of the posts. 10 Loaded boot. 11 The highest post. 12 The triple post. 13 John bull's house in flames. 14 The loaded zebra. 15 Political crammers. 16 The butesier. 17 Voyage to Moneyland. 18 Arrival there. 19 Windsor minuet. 20 State quack. 21 Boot exalted. 22 John bull and sister peg. 23 Tent, or true contrast. 24 Flying machine 25 Blockhead and boot. 25 The Scotch parlour. 26 Glasgow and Aberdeen poetry professors

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Published: London Printed for J. Pridden, at the Feathers, in Fleet-Street; and sold by the booksellers of London, Glasgow, and Edinburgh. In two volumes 1764, [1764?]
Edition:The seventh edition. To which are now also added, two new prints, published since the last edition; together with a key, for the better explanation of the whole work
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T166733. - Price on title page: Price 5s. sewed. Of whom likewise may be had, the Scots scourge. In two volumes, 5s. sewed. - Reproduction of original from National Library of Scotland
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([2],iii,[1],3-20p) ill 12°