An appendix to John Bull still in his senses, or, Law is a bottomless-pit : printed from a manuscript found in the cabinet of the famous Sir Humphry Polesworth / and publish'ed, (as well as the three former parts) by the author of the New Atalantis.
- Other Title:
- Law is a bottomless-pit
- London : Printed for John Morphew, 1712.
22,  p. ; 18 cm. (8vo)
- Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1702-1714 -- Pamphlets.
Great Britain -- History -- Anne, 1702-1714 -- Pamphlets.
Great Britain -- History -- Humor.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- Anecdotes.
Political satire, English.
Spanish Succession, War of, 1701-1714 -- Fiction.
- Advertisements -- London -- 18th century.
- Title in double line border.
Attributed also to Swift. cf. Evans. American bibliography.
"Both Swift and Pope ascribe this to Arbuthnot."-Dictionary of national biography.
The statement "publish'd ... by the author of the New Atalantis" is misleading. That work was written by Mary de la Rivière Manley (1663-1724) cf. Dictionary of national biography.
Fourth of five pamphlets, commonly called Law is a bottomless pit, or, The history of John Bull.
Advertisements:  p. at end.
- Penn Chronology:
- Cited in:
- ESTC T022316
- Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745.
Collection of British and American Fiction, 1660-1830 (University of Pennsylvania)
- History of John Bull.
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