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BAYLEY, F[rederick] W[illiam] N[aylor]. The French Revolution of 1830. A Comic Poem.

London. Alfred Miller, 1830. First edition.
12mo. [2], 24pp. With half-title, an engraved portrait frontispiece and two engraved plates. Stitched in original publisher's printed paper wraps. Slight chipping to spine, spots of marking and foxing, very small worm-hole to lower cover passing through a majority of the text-block - in no instance touching text. Light offsetting, occasional foxing and creasing.
A comic verse by writer, and later first editor of the Illustrated London News, Frederick William Naylor Bayley (1808-1853) satirising the July Revolution of 1830 which saw the overthrow of the French regent Charles X and the ascendancy of a constitutional monarchy under Louis Philippe, Duke of Orleans.

COPAC records copies at three locations (Glasgow, St. Andrews, V&A).
£ 150.00 Antiquates Ref: 14690