The diaboliad : a poem dedicated to the worst man in His Majesty's dominions : also, The diabo-lady, or, A match in hell.
- Other records:
- Other Title:
- Half-title: Diaboliad ; and Diabo-lady
Political pamphlet PU
- London printed and Dublin reprinted [i.e. Dublin : s.n.], 1777.
97,  p. ; 18 cm. (8vo)
- ofor *.d, s.s, noHe (C) 1777 (A)
- Carhampton, Simon Luttrell, Earl of, 1713-1787 -- Poetry.
- Place of Publication:
- Ireland Dublin.
- "Anonymous. By William Combe."--ESTC.
A satire on Simon, Lord Irnham. Cf. Dict. nat. biog.
Imprint has a comma after "diaboliad" and the "D" of "London" is above the "LI" of "Dublin" (ESTC T200682). A variant has a colon after "diaboliad" and the "D" of "London" is directly above the "I" of Dublin (ESTC T77101).
Signatures: A-F⁸ [G]².
The last leaf is blank.
"The diabo-lady" has special half-title and title leaves; pagination and signatures are continuous.
- Local notes:
- Penn Libraries copy is no. 4 in a vol. of 7 pamphlets printed in Dublin in the 1770s bound together with spine title: Political pamphlet.
Penn Libraries copy imperfect: leaf D3 (title leaf of "The diabo-lady") wanting.
Penn Libraries copy has author's name supplied in ms. in pencil at head of title leaf; bookplate of Archibald Elias and label of Grierson Family Books on back pastedown.
Penn Libraries copy: spine damaged.
Penn Libraries copy has 1 folded sheet containing a list of the volume's contents (headed: 1770s Political Pamphlets Collection), 1 yellow 4 x 6" card containing a typed list of the volume's contents, and 1 folded sheet of bibliographical information about Hartson's "Youth" laid in.
- Penn Provenance:
- Elias, Archibald C. (bookplate) (donor)
Grierson Family Books (label)
- Penn Chronology:
- Cited in:
- ESTC T200682
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