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ENGLAND'S REMEMBRANCER ...
[A political and satyrical history. Part 1. 1758?]
England's remembrancer: or, a humorous, sarcastical, and political, collection of characters and caricaturas: containing, an account of men famous and infamous, beasts, birds, fishes, and other creeping things, outs and ins, real and would-be statesmen; in short, of every thing that engaged the public attention during the memorable years 1756 and 1757. In seventy-four copper-plates. To which is prefixed, a key, explanatory of the nature and design of each. By the great masters themselves.
London: printed by J. Lilburn, [1759?].
24 p., frontis., 73 pl. ; 12.0 cm. (16º)

Date from ESTC. Twenty-four pages of letterpress text describing 73 plates. A reissue of all but one of the plates of the second edition of A political and satyrical history of the years 1756 and 1757; the plates were re-engraved. ESTC t133195.

Copy Notes Inscribed in ink on recto and verso of front free-endpaper and verso of the title-page Le Cte Le Pelletier. Inscribed in pencil on the front free-endpaper Scarce -s4-, probably by the bookseller Thomas Boone, and in ink on the verso of pl. 73, partly cropped, 5.s[?].

Binding C18th sprinkled calf, gilt double-ruled borders and spine, brown spine-label.

Reference Number 4576


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