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The Female Jockey Club, or, A Sketch of the Manners of the Age

[Pigott, Charles]

Published by Greenleaf, Fellows, and Wayland, 1794
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[4], xxxiii, [2], 36-270, [2] p. Complete with final blank Z4. Modern marbled boards, leather spine label, entirely uncut , some browning and foxing. Evans 27523. "Charles Pigott (d. 1794), radical and satirist, was also an ardent champion of the French Revolution and, like many other radicals, published in 1791 a reply to Edmund Burke's Reflections on the French Revolution. He issued, anonymously, the popular satire, The Jockey Club (1792) and, in 1794, The Female Jockey Club and The Whig Club, both of which offered a scurrilous account of Úlite London society, with which he seems to have been well acquainted" ODNB. Bookseller Inventory # 28620

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Title: The Female Jockey Club, or, A Sketch of the ...

Publisher: Greenleaf, Fellows, and Wayland

Publication Date: 1794

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: First American edition.

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