“A New Court of Queen’s Bench. As It Ought to Be – Or – The Ladies Trying a Contemptible Scoundrel for a ‘Breach of Promise.’ ”

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Creator

George Cruikshank

Title

“A New Court of Queen’s Bench. As It Ought to Be – Or – The Ladies Trying a Contemptible Scoundrel for a ‘Breach of Promise.’ ”

Publisher

Printed for Charles Tilt, Bibliopolist, in Fleet Street. Vizetelly, Brandston and Co., Printers, Fleet Street

Date

1850

Coverage

London

Subject

Colored folding frontispiece

Source

Source: The Comic Almanack, For 1835: An Ephemeris in Jest and Earnest, containing All Things Fitting for such a Work. By Rigdum Funnidos, Gent. Adorned with a Dozen of “Righte Merrie” Cuts, Pertaining to the Months, Sketched and Etched By George Cruikshank.

Relation

From the collection of Josephine Lea Iselin.