Place and Imprint: London: Printed for T. Cooper, 1740.
Edition: First edition.
Bibliographical References: ESTC T22372; Foxon M-236; NCBEL II, 796.
Condition: Some dust-soiling and smudges to the leaves, particularly the half-title and final leaf; edges creased; a good, sound untrimmed copy.
Book ID: 22985
Physical DescriptionFolio, later brown wrappers, 14 pages, untrimmed. With half-title.
CommentsA satirical poem by the dedicated satirist James Miller, directed at Robert Walpole. It “caused a sensation. Six replies quickly appeared, including one by Miller, The Great Man's Answer, where, in confident colloquial verse, Walpole condemns himself by his own best arguments” - ODNB. Miller (1706-1744) was a playwright, translator, poet and essayist. He received the approval of Pope for his political satires like this one.