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The Odd fellow's song book, and merry medley. Containing a numerous collection of comical, tragical, farcical, satirical, pathetical & convivial songs, including Irish hunting, characteristic, sea-songs, medleys, &c. The odd fellow's club-a comic, characteristic descriptive sketch. The odd fellow's whim-a whimsical ditty with a few sentimental toasts, well baked & buttered dedicated to the man in the moon. Written, compiled, & selected, &c. By Brother Funny Whimsy, O.F.-C.T. and P.E.
William Cobbett is joined by six drunkards who applaud his toast of "damnation to the House of Brunswick"; representing British parliamentary reform. Etching by J. Gillray, ca. 1809.
- Gillray, James, 1756-1815
- 29 September 1809
- Part of
- The life of William Cobbett, - written by himself