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And at the sight of the old castle of the country, which promised greater strength once more, so assaulted that all its storm-struck towers tremble, stand motionless in anticipation of its fall.". A publication in which the author of "THE THE POLITICAL HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT" awarded by dr.

THIS IS THE HOUSE THAT JACK. BUILT

34; To not understand the value of a treasure, Until time has stolen the small things, Is the cause of half the poverty we feel, :Thus makes the world the wilderness it is."

THE WEALTH

THESE ARE

THE VERMIN

THE THING,

THE PUBLIC INFORMER,

THE REASONS

OF LAWLESS POWER, That back the Public Informer,

THE DANDY OF SIXTY, who bows with a grace,

THE PEOPLE

I cannot rest A silent witness of the headlong fury, Or wanton folly, by which thousands die — Soft gold, that the priests may sport away." THE DANDY OF 60, who bows with a grace, who bows with a grace, And has taste in wigs, collars,.

BY THE HOUR, The worthless colleague

END OF THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT

THE CLERICAL MAGISTRATE

THIS IS A PRIEST,

Against his spiritual oath, he lays his oath on the bench, And examines the girl instead of his Bible;. He breaks the peace of the church to be a justice of the peace; Break your vows to heaven: apander for power; The perjurer - the guide to the people is no more;.

THE END

THE AUTHOR OF THE POLITICAL HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT, and perceived the many attempts at imitation and fraud.

T HE AUTHOR OF THE POLITICAL HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT, perceiving the multitude of attempts at imitation and imposture,

TWENTY-SIXTH EDITION

ALETTER TO THE SOLICITOR GENERAL

A COMPLETE HISTORY OF PARODY

MAN IN THE MOON,

LONDON

PRINTED BY AND FOR WILLIAM HONE, 45, LUDGATE-HILL

RIGHT HON. GEORGE CANNING,

WHOM THE DERISION OF HIS PEN HAS DRIVEN TO THE MISERY

OF HIS ALLIANCE

A SPEECH FROM THE THRONE, TO THE SENATE OF LUNATARIA

INTRODUCTION

Men, Women, Children, Language, Dress and Faces, Lords, Commons, Lackies, Pensioners and Places, Whigs, Tories, Lawyers, Priests and Men of Blood, and even Radicals - that's all good. It happened that morning that the Sovereign Dey, the prince of Lunataria came that way... Should make a grand speech from the throne, that his most regal delight might be known.

THE SPEECH

That they have the right to food, clothing and air, just like you, Diamonds from the throne.

STEEL LOZENGES

HOLY COMPACT AND ALLIANCE, The purposes of which

TO CHECK THE CIRCULATION

OF LITTLE BOOKS,

A POLITICAL

THROUGHOUT THE UNITED KINGDOM AND THE DOMINIONS BEYOND THE SEAS,

BY ALL PERSONS

THEREUNTO ESPECIALLY MOVED

THE CAROL

END OF THE CAROL

34; THE DOCTOR."

GEORGE CANNING, M.P

But I had heard of Politics, and long'd To sit within the Commons' House, and get

About thirteen years ago, or before my fingers learned to mix a potion, or to bleed. Proud of my triumph, I scorned the court for the patron's hand that fed me—or to appear grateful to him that noticed me. My goal reached my only goal was to keep my place - and gild my humble name.

TO THE READER

FREEHOLD PUBLIC HOUSES;

T HE FIFTY-THIRD EDITION OF THE POLITICAL

HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT

1'0 A SUPERIOR EDITION OF THE POLITICAL HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT, is now published, printed on fine Vellum Drawing Paper, with Me

POLITICAL SHOWMAN-AT HOME !

POLITICAL HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT

WITH TWENTY-FOUR CUTS

PRINTED FOR WILLIAM HONE, 45, LUDGATE-HILL

It was a happy time, when all learning was in manuscript, and some official did hold the keys to the library. Their ugly printed letters, which look like so many rotten teeth, how often have they been pulled out by the public dentists. And yet these rogue operators of the press have a trick to fasten them again in a few minutes, that they become so firmly a set, and as caustic and talkative as ever I PRESS.

Marked only with twenty-four letters, - alternately converted by means of a PRINTING PRESS - PAPER works wonders.

THE SHOWMAN

PRINTING, invented about the same time as the Reformation, bath done more mischief to the discipline of our Church, than all doctrine can remedy. Now, since PRESS has come into the world, it is so bad that a man cannot write a book, but now he answers to it. Before long they broke free, and, with several other vermin coming from their holes and nooks, made a desperate attack on a QUALITATIVE Lady; but, as luck would have it, 1 and twenty-four of my men, came at that moment; we withdrew and prevented them from doing them any serious harm, although they seem tamed, their vicious tendencies are unchanged.

Ladies and gentlemen, these animals were exhibited at court, in front of the KING and all the royal family. Who confiscate all thefts and all profits for themselves and their dependents; and who pervert the laws of the land for their own ends,.

NOTE

He is like a tight dancer who, every time he leans to one side, counteracts his position by a corresponding declination on the other, thus weaning, keeping himself in a most 5er-satisfied balance. A person born under this Zodiac Sign, (Pisces), must be a scoffer and be covetous, will say one thing and do another, he must find money, he will trust his spirit and have luck, he must be a defender of.

A CROCODILE

Very cruel they were; before them there were no grasshoppers like them, nor shall there be after them; for they covered the whole surface of the earth, so that the land was darkened.

THE LOCUST

It is of such a malignant and destructive nature, that it destroys itself with the rest; and with rage limps and tears himself in pieces:.

A SCORPION

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,

THE LOBSTER

A PRIME CRUTCH

THE OPOSSUM

A loathsome and loathsome kind of creatures that fly about the house; B. They seem - falling, in some terrible blow. Gripe-men-all, the chief of the farred law-cats, said to Pantagruel: "Our laws are like cobwebs; your foolish little flies are stopped, caught, and destroyed therein, but your stronger ones break them and force and carry them as they will. They sometimes gather their plunder into nests, which they make at a distance from their usual places of assembly.* They are very bold and fierce.

The slanderous tongue-in-cheek boy of the sea — he cares not for the truth of anything he says; but he is apt to stick his sting in the reputation of those who would scorn to be like him. A FIsx: smells like fish; very ancient and fishy smell; a kind, not the latest, Poor John.

A WATER SCORPION

I never judge by Conduct, for my pocket was once picked by the most civil Gentleman I ever met; and one of the gentlest persons I ever saw was Ali Pacha.

DIRKPATRICK

THE BLOODHOUND

He is the CANTING SLAVE foretold, by an old Dan Baruaby, who would hang his cat on Monday. A go cart of superstition and prejudice that never touches hands or feet, but is pulled by wires and strings from the statesmen. These days the great "primum mobile" in England is CANT - Cant political, Cant religious, Cant moral, but always CANT - a thing of words, without the slightest influence on actions;.

THE BOOBY

A TWOPENNY FLAT

THE SLOP PAIL

MY EYE

BOA DESOLATOR,

LEGITIMATE VAMPIRE

He has no affection: yet he seems charmed by the hum of the INSECTS that follow him, and delighted by the tickling crawls of the BIGGEST REPTILES--. But his real pleasure lies in listening to the cries of his captives, the wails of the broken-hearted, and the groans of the dying. Swollen with human carnage and wet with the blood of the innocent and the helpless, he raises a wicked form to heaven in solemn mockery.

He is filled with the most deadly fury from the growing growth of the poplar TREE. It has been ascertained that the way to take it quietly out of the world is by a Ziarli 31305e, consisting of the twenty-four letters * of the alphabet, properly composed, formed in certain forms, covered with sheets of white paper, and well wrought in a Colombian press.

In a short time his teeth will fall out—he will be seized with catalepsy—in the last stage of MORTIFICATION, he will

In a short time his teeth will fall out - he will be seized by catalepsy - in the last stage of MORTIFICATION he will.

THE LEGITIMATE VAMPIRE

CATALOGUE

WILLIAM HONE'S PUBLICATIONS

WILL NOT BE REPRINTED

Bella attiring

WOOD CUT WORKS

POLITICAL HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT, 13 Cuts

  • MAN IN THE MOON, 15 Cuts
  • QUEEN'S MATRIMONIAL LADDER, 18 Cuts

THE SPIRIT OF DESPOTISM

THE RIGHT DIVINE OF KINGS TO GOVERN WRONG!

THE TRIAL

THE EXAMINER

BY THE SON OF THE DEFENDANT

THE RIGHT ASSUMED BY THE JUDGES TO FINE A DEFENDANT,

WITH A PREFACE

TO THE KING

THE KING'S TREATMENT OF THE QUEEN

THE PREROGATIVES OF A QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND

THE QUEEN'S CASE STATED

THE LAMENT OF THE EMER- ALD ISLE,

CAROLINE : A POEM

SPEECHES

BY CHARLES PHILLIPS, ESQ

DOCTOR SLOP'S NAME

THE PORTRAITS OF QUIROGA, RIEGO, AGUERO, AND BANOS,

A BANK NOTE, NOT TO BE IMITATED

Iu a large Octavo Volume, (containing nearly 700 pages), with an accurate Plan

THE WHOLE PROCEEDINGS

CORONER'S INQUEST AT OLDHAM,

Price 28

THE EMIGRANT'S GUIDE TO THE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

THE TRIAL OF ELIZ. FENNING,

MYSTERIOUS CASE OF ELIZABETH FENNING

THOUGHTS ON THE FUNDING AND PAPER SYSTEM,

MR. PHILLIPS'S SPEECHES

THE REFORMISTS' REGISTER

BY WILLIAM HONE

SIXPENCE EACH

BY MR. GEORGE CRUIKSHANK

ONE SHILLING EACH

SIR ROBERT WILSON

ELIZABETH FENNING

SIXTY CURIOUS AND AUTHENTIC NARRATIVES AND ANECDOTES

THE PICTURE OF THE PALAIS ROYAL

AUTHENTIC PORTRAITS OF

LAVALETTE, NEY, AND LABEDOYERE,

MR. HAZLITT'S POLITICAL ESSAYS

POLITICAL ESSAYS;

PUBLIC CHARACTERS

By WILLIAM HAZLITT

POLITICAL SERMONS

TO ASSES

HONE

THE SPEECHES

PROCEEDINGS IN AN ACTION

JOHN HORNE TOOKE, Esq. Defendant

THE OCEAN CAVERN

THE APOCRYPHAL NEW TESTAMENT

Being all the Gospels, Epistles, and other pieces now extant, attributed in the first

TIM QUEEN'S MATRIMONIAL LAPDER

THANKSGIVING TO ALMIGHTY GOD,

QUEEN CAROLINE

THE ORDER FOR

DAILY PRAYER

THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

Let them give thanks that God has redeemed them and delivered them from the hand of the enemy. 4 Save me, O Lord, from the hands of the wicked, protect me from evil men, who seek to overturn my steps. . tweetlj ebanit5giiiing. 10 Save me from the snare that they have set for me and from the snares of the wicked.

Instead of prayer [in time of war and disturbances] this prayer can be followed. My song shall always be of the loving kindness of the Lord: with my mouth I shall always be sly.

M Y song shall be alway of the loving kindness of the Lord: with my mouth will I ever be sliew-

MY song will always be of the goodness of the Lord: with my mouth I will always be killed- . hall) ebanIttliiting. Who can utter the noble deeds of the Lord, or spit out all his praises. The works of the Lord are great: sought by all who delight in them.

0 ALMIGHTY God, who art a strong tower of defense for your servants against the face of their enemies; We bring you praise and thanksgiving for the great deliverance of these kingdoms from the GREAT CONspiracy and all the misery and oppression that result from it. We own thy goodness that we are not wholly given over as a prey to our enemies; I beseech you still to continue such mercy toward us, that all the world may know that you are our Savior and mighty deliverer.

13 sacrifice of praise for the same; please bless the Queen with every increase of grace, honor and happiness in this world and crown her with immortality and glory in the world to come. The wicked are like a troubled sea that cannot rest, whose waters throw up mud and filth. Remove the wicked from the presence of the king, and his throne will be established in righteousness.

When the righteous prosper, the city rejoices; and when the wicked perish, there is a shout. For the transgression of a land many are its princes: but through a man of understanding and knowledge shall its state be prolonged.

PSALMS FROM THE NEW VERSION,

Psalm 6.)

Psalm 7.)

Psalm 17.)

  • Psalm 15.)
  • Psalm 35.)
  • Psalm 36.)
  • Psalm 58.)
  • Psalm 18.)

The good which I had done them, and did of malice undeserved, :1 Mockers, as noble tables mock,. Gnashed teeth, and sland'ron's jest 4 Lord, as my heart hath been upright,. 4 The Lord seized from heaven his throne from my side, my cause attended; And seized me from the raging fury Of menacing waves that swelled proudly.

My hands are free from bloody stains, therefore the Lord is still my friend, 9 For I kept his judgments in sight, in his righteous paths I always trod. Let all of royal birth, with those of lesser fame, and judges of the earth, declare his peerless praise.

READER,

FAREWELL

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