The Butiad

The Butiad

Or Political Register; Being A Supplement to the British Antidote to Caledonian Poison. Containing Forty-three of the Most Humorous Political Prints; Interspersed With A Great Variety of Songs, Letters, Remarks, Extracts, Epigrams, &c. &c. &c. None of Which Are Inserted in the British Antidote. To Which Is Prefixed, An Explanation of Every Particular Print. The Whole Calculated to Entertain, and at the Same Time Give the Reader A Concise View of the Posture of Political Affairs, During the Remarkable Years 1762 and 1763

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Publisher: London : printed for E. Sumpter facing St. Bride's Church, Fleet-Street, 1763.
Characteristics: [4],76p.,plates ; 8⁰


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