[Lowell, MA? 1845?]. Broadside, 7.25" x 16". Text and illustrations within an attractive decorative border. Woodcut illustration of a kicking donkey, a top-hatted gentleman standing behind it. Light folds, Near Fine.
This rare satirical broadside features ten "exercises" under "Lot. No. 1" and nine under "Lot No. 2." Some participants include: J.W. Murder, J.A. More-evil, F. Sel-wine Cutler, H.B. Pud-muddle, Kernel Waltzingham.
References to the Lowell Brass Band and to Amelia Sargent, who is listed as performing a "DECLAMATION- Joan of Arc," suggest a Massachusetts imprint; the likely place is Lowell.
Not located in American Imprints, Sabin, NUC, or on OCLC [as of April 2016] or online records of the Library of Congress and major institutional and university libraries. Item #26871