BARBER, Charles Frederick.
The Subscribers to Scandalmonger’s Hall, Market Place, Boston, having the supreme privilege to concoct lies ... Boston: Charles Frederick Barber, independent printer. [1832?]
Prose & verse folio broadside; sl. creased. Laid down along left-hand edge.
¶A controversy with Jemmy Amphlett the ‘born-drunk Editor’ of the Lying Boston Herald, with 23 punning riddles and a verse acrostic. Barber is ready to fire his gun as long as the fight lasts. The text refers to cholera, burking and an anti-reformer called Pinks. The Boston, Lincoln and Louth Herald was started in 1832.