The last speech of John Good :
vulgarly called, Jack the giant-queller, who was condemned in Dublin, on the 15th day of April, 1749, and executed on the 17th of May following, notwithstanding much interest and intercession for a reprieve. Wherein is contained, the whole history of giantism from the creation.
|Main Creator:||Good, John, d. 1749.|
|Published / Created:||
London : printed for John Ward, 1751.
A political satire, originally published with the title 'The last speech of John Good ... who was condemned on the first of April, 1745, and executed on the third of May following'; publication of the present edition was presumably inspired by the Charles Lucas case.
With a half-title.
Physical description: 67,p. ; 8vo
|Call Number||View in||Collection|
|P2013(7)||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|
|P2167(1)||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|