|Title:||A Memorial for Britons. Verses written by J. Duick, during the course of the rebellion, and published in the London Courant, according to the following dates|
|Description:||Verses by J. Duick. 4 poems. Published according to Act of Parliament by Tho. Bakewell, against Birchin-lane, Cornhill. Single sheet, with engraving of surrendering highlanders above.
Broadsheet with a picture at top of men surrendering or bowing in allegiance to Duke of Cumberland, who is on horseback with soldiers and a part of a town and hills in background. Below that are two columns of verse, divided into 4 parts, entitled: "An Adress to Britons" from 10 September 1745; "On the Duke's going to Scotland" from 17 January 1745-6; "On the Duke's Victory over the Rebels" from 17 May 1746, "On the Duke's Triumphant Return" from 26 July 1746
With text at bottom: "Publish'd according to Act of Parliament by Tho. Bakewell, against Birchin-lane, Cornhill.|
|Subject:||William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, 1721-1765|
|References:||2787- BM Div I Vol III p. 597
RB.1.60, ESTC T173875
|Notes:||Some brown spots on page and the note "Cut to this size" written in blue on back of mounting|