London: Printed for D.I. Eaton, No. 74, Newgate-Street, 1794. Caption title, pages -176, as issued. Disbound, some margin foxing. Good+.
"Political satire and invective, radical politics, poetry, letters; primarily attacking Edmund Burke’s conservatism. Eaton was jailed at least once for the political views expressed in this publication" [ESTC]. "Eaton, a London publisher and bookseller, was indicted in 1793 for selling Paine's Rights of Man..." [McCoy E16].
ESTC P2733. Item #38213