The politick squire, or, The highwaymen catch'd in their own play
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- The politick squire, or, The highwaymen catch'd in their own play
- Alternative Title
- Highwaymen catch'd in their own play
- Published / Created
- [between 1757 and 1784?]
- Publication Place
- Printed and sold in Stonecutter-Street, Fleet Market
Verse begins: "Come gentlemen, and hear this ditty,".
Printed in four columns with the woodcut and title above the first two; the imprint below the last two; the columns are separated by columns of type ornaments.
Dated from the address; see David Atkinson, "Street literature printing in Stonecutter Street (1740s-1780s)", Publishing history 78 (2018), 1-45.
Mounted on leaf 19. Copy trimmed.
Bound in three-quarters red morocco leather with marbled boards, with spine title stamped in gold: Old English ballads, woodcuts, vol. 2.
- 1 sheet ( page) : 20 x 32 cm
- Extent of Digitization
- This object has been no.
- Lewis Walpole Library
- Call Number
- Folio 74 OL1 v. 2
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