A king in a pickle! with a cabinet of curiosities, collected by Harry Broom.

London: Printed for the author and sold by Gold and Northhouse, 1820. iv, 22p., disbound 8.5x5.2 inch disbound self-wraps, some leaves tending to detach, light foxing, a very good copy. Criticism of governmental operations, first as a one-act Shakesperian playlet, then as a medley of silly epitaphs and proverbs collected serendipitously by one "Harry Broom." Upon being appointed to sweep out the Royal Library, Harry "found in a corner of the room a prodigious quantity of political pamphlets.."

Cat.No: 174079

Price: $45.00