|Published / Created:||
printed by and for William Hone,
|Notes:||A satire, in verse, on George IV. |
Caption title: The man in the moon, a speech from the throne, to the senate of Lunataria in the moon.
Attribution (in BM) to William Hone refuted in George cited below.
Illustrations by George Cruikshank according to George and Cohn cited below.
Dedicated to the Right Hon. George Canning.
Publisher's ads  p. at end.
Includes: "A political Christmas carol ..." [A parody, with music, of "God rest ye merry, gentlemen" by William Hone, satirizing Lord Castlereagh], p. [17-20] ; and "The Doctor" : a parody / written by the Right Honorable George Canning, M.P. [A political satire on Lord Sidmouth, actually written by Wm. Hone, cf. his Facetia and miscellanies, 1827, p. viii] p. [21-22].
Wanting 2 p.
Physical description:  p. : ill ; 22 cm. (8vo)
Citations/References: George, 13508-13521
Citations/References: Cohn, A.M. Cruikshank, 527
Citations/References: Reid, G.W. Cat. of Cruikshank, 3035-3048, 4730