The Unembarassed Countenace(sic), A New Ballad. To the Tune of…

The Unembarassed Countenace(sic), A New Ballad. To the Tune of a Cobler there was, &c. &c. by [WILLIAMS, Sir Charles Hanbury (1708-59)] attributed to < >
William Pitt satirized

The Unembarassed Countenace(sic), A New Ballad. To the Tune of a Cobler there was, &c. &c.

London : Printed for Henry Carpenter, in Fleet-street, 1746. Folio, 4 leaves, p.8 mis-numbered “7”, on the title-page is written in a contemporary hand “By this is understood Mr. William Pitt”, disbound, fine.
This satire on William Pitt was included in Hanbury Williams’ A Collection of Poems. 1763 but Horace Walpole annotated his copy, now in the British Library, “Not by Sr C.W.”
Reference: ESTC T50399 Foxon U2

Stock No: HMF1069
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