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BEDLAM ...
Bedlam: a poem on his Majesty's happy escape from his German dominions, "and the great wisdom of his conduct there.
London: printed for J. Huggonson, 1741.
12 p. ; 33.3 cm. (2°)

Anonymous. Quotes in title do not close. Said in the preface to be a genuine mad poem on George II's return. Horizontal chain lines. Price from imprint: 'Price Six-Pence:'. ESTC t21483; Foxon B155.

Copy Notes Formerly folded and inscribed at foot of title-page D Je[nner], cropped at fore-edge but almost certainly in the same hand as the inscription David Jenner in a similar location on the title-page of another pamphlet in the same volume (q.v.). Bound (12) in a collection of satirical pamphlets, chiefly in verse; the front pastedown inscribed in ink H Lushington 1766.

Binding C18th quarter pigskin (?), marbled-paper boards, red morocco spine-label gilt-lettered 'Miscellaneous Poems'. Numbered '62' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 1661


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