John Bull's picture gallery Political, satirical, and humourous

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  • Format Journals, Magazines, Newspapers; Microforms
  • Publication [London, England] : Printed by W. P. Chubb, printer, 48, Holywell street, Strand, and sold by I. Guest, Steelhouse lane, Birmingham, and at the Advertiser office, Manchester, [1832]
  • Series
  • Publication Dates No. 1 [May 1832.]-, Ceased with: No. 7 (July 1832)
  • Physical Details
    • v. : ill. ; 8°
    • 1 reel microfilm ; 35 mm. Listing and guide to the microfilm collection (70 p.)

Summary

  • A miscellany that features satirical woodcuts with accompanying comments. It supports Parliamentary reform and the passing of the reform bill. It criticizes the Duke of Wellington, who was against passing the reform bill. It also contains political and satirical poetry.

Notes

  • Price below title.
  • Waterloo Directory of Victorian Periodicals, p. 13292
  • Microfilm. No.1-4 (1832:May-[June]) Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Publications ; Oxford, England : Bodleian Photographic Service. 1992. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.