The Resource The political house that Jack built, with thirteen cuts

The political house that Jack built, with thirteen cuts

Label
The political house that Jack built
Title
The political house that Jack built
Statement of responsibility
with thirteen cuts
Title variation
Pen and the sword
Creator
Contributor
Illustrator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Action
cat
Cataloging source
UPB
Citation location within source
III, 1285
Citation source
NCBEL
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1780-1842
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Hone, William
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1792-1878
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Cruikshank, George
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Stoddart, John
  • Great Britain
Label
The political house that Jack built, with thirteen cuts
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Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Written by William Hone according to British Museum. Catalogue of political and personal satires, 13292-13304; Cohn, A.M. G. Cruikshank, 663; British Museum Catalogue; Halkett & Laing
  • A political satire, in verse, parodying "The house that Jack built."
  • Title vignette has caption: The pen and the sword
  • Thirteen woodcuts, including title vignette by George Cruikshank
  • Dedicated to "Doctor Slop" [i.e. Sir John Stoddart] by the author
  • Includes: The clerical magistrate: p. [4] at end
Edition
Twenty-sixth edition.
Extent
1 online resource ([24] pages
Form of item
online
Note
With: The life of William Cobbett. London : Printed by Macdonald and Son by W. Hone, 1816. -- Mr. Cobbett's taking leave of his countrymen. London : Published by M. Molineux, 1817. -- Cobbett's weekly political register. London, 1816-1818. -- Fairburn's genuine edition of the suppressed letter to the Right Honorable George Canning. London : J. Fairburn, 1818. -- The Republican. London, Sept. 3, 1819. -- A letter to Mr. George Maxwell from the Rev. James Ashley. Wisbech : J. White, 1797. -- A second letter from the Rev. James Ashley, to Mr. George Maxwell. Wisbech : J. White, 1797. -- First annual report of the Committee of the Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace. London : Bensley and Son, 1817. -- The substance of a pamphlet, entitled A solemn review of the custom of war. London : Bensley and Son, 1817. -- War inconsistent with the doctrine and example of Jesus Christ / J. Scott. London : Bensley and Sons, 1818. -- An essay on the doctrines and practice of the early Christians as they relate to war / Thomas Clarkson. London : Bensley and Son, 1818. -- Extracts from the writings of Erasmus, on the subject of war. London : Bensley and Son, 1818.-- Sketches of the horrors of war, chiefly selected from Labaume's narrative of the campaign in Russia, in 1812. London : Bensley and Son, 1818.
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
The political house that Jack built, with thirteen cuts
Link
Publication
Note
  • Written by William Hone according to British Museum. Catalogue of political and personal satires, 13292-13304; Cohn, A.M. G. Cruikshank, 663; British Museum Catalogue; Halkett & Laing
  • A political satire, in verse, parodying "The house that Jack built."
  • Title vignette has caption: The pen and the sword
  • Thirteen woodcuts, including title vignette by George Cruikshank
  • Dedicated to "Doctor Slop" [i.e. Sir John Stoddart] by the author
  • Includes: The clerical magistrate: p. [4] at end
Edition
Twenty-sixth edition.
Extent
1 online resource ([24] pages
Form of item
online
Note
With: The life of William Cobbett. London : Printed by Macdonald and Son by W. Hone, 1816. -- Mr. Cobbett's taking leave of his countrymen. London : Published by M. Molineux, 1817. -- Cobbett's weekly political register. London, 1816-1818. -- Fairburn's genuine edition of the suppressed letter to the Right Honorable George Canning. London : J. Fairburn, 1818. -- The Republican. London, Sept. 3, 1819. -- A letter to Mr. George Maxwell from the Rev. James Ashley. Wisbech : J. White, 1797. -- A second letter from the Rev. James Ashley, to Mr. George Maxwell. Wisbech : J. White, 1797. -- First annual report of the Committee of the Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace. London : Bensley and Son, 1817. -- The substance of a pamphlet, entitled A solemn review of the custom of war. London : Bensley and Son, 1817. -- War inconsistent with the doctrine and example of Jesus Christ / J. Scott. London : Bensley and Sons, 1818. -- An essay on the doctrines and practice of the early Christians as they relate to war / Thomas Clarkson. London : Bensley and Son, 1818. -- Extracts from the writings of Erasmus, on the subject of war. London : Bensley and Son, 1818.-- Sketches of the horrors of war, chiefly selected from Labaume's narrative of the campaign in Russia, in 1812. London : Bensley and Son, 1818.
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote

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