The Controversy, Originating from the Publication of an Article Entitled, “Sunday Police.” New York: Printed for the Publishers, 1826. 35 pages, 7 ¼ in. Shoemaker 24212. A Quaker pamphlet. Reprint of an article appearing in the Boston Patriot with three anonymous commentaries written to the editor of the Saratoga Republican. A defense of religious liberty based on the defense of freedom to choose what activities a person may engage in on Sunday, free from coercion by the government. Disbound. Some spotting.
The Old Black Cock and His Dunghill Advisers in Jeopardy Political Satire of George IV Hand-Colored Cartoons 1820
My Lady’s Shag Dog A Poetical Epistle From Johnny Bull in London to his Brother-in-Law Patrick Bull in Dublin circa 1820
Eccentric Tales In Verse Ascribed to George Colman the Younger Esq Forming a New Volume to His Broad Grins 1812