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Dropt Clauses out of the Bill, against the Queen. For Mr. Attorney General to peruse and settle. With a refresher. (A Bill to deprive Her Majesty Caroline Amelia Elizabeth of the Title, Prerogatives, Rights, Privileges, and Pretensions of Queen Consort of the Realm, and to dissolve the marriage between His Majesty and the said Queen.)
W. Hone. [1820] - Folio. Text in two columns. Docket title, drophead title p1 with woodcut by George Cruikshank. 4pp. Cohn 252. In the style of a legal document, with docket title on p4, perpendicular to the main text, headed ?In Parliament? When sold the pamphlet would have been folded to represent a parliamentary Bill, the docket title becoming the uppermost visible leaf. In support of Queen Caroline: ?The first column contains a copy of the Bill - The second column contains THE CLAUSES THAT DROPT OUT, and which are now proposed to be restored.? Later issued in an 8vo format.
      [Bookseller: Jarndyce, The 19th Century Booksellers]
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