A dialogue between G--s E---e and B--b D---n.
London. Sold by T. Taylor, 1741.
Folio. 8pp. Disbound. A trifle creased.
A satirical verse dialogue that reveal the shameless political conduct of intriguers Giles Earle (c.1678-1758) and George Bubb Dodington (1690/91-1762); attributed by Walpole in his Life to Sir Charles Hanbury Williams (1708-1759).
ESTC N17780.£ 125.00 Antiquates Ref: 21292