THE KING AND HIS CABINET. A REMARKABLY SHORT ATTIC COMEDY. IN TWO ACTS.

[New York? 1849?]. Original printed wrappers, stitched. 23, [1 blank] pp. Near Fine.

A satire on Charles King's inauguration as President of Columbia College in 1849. "The only one of Delpho's Comedies which is now extant, and that has never before been published in America." King Charles is described here as "The regal instrument of foul doings."
Not in Sabin. OCLC locates four copies under two accession numbers, as of June 2012. Item #29000

Price: $150.00

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