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MARVELL, Andrew. THE NAME OF ANDREW MARVELL used once to be the Pride and Boast of Hull, And you have often heard his praises sung in this place. Read then, ye degenerate Whigs, his opinions on Popery, and be ashamed of your present conduct. £ 150.00

Hull. Isaac Wilson. ND. Circa 1829. Broadsheet. 10 x 16. Framed. Slight markings in upper corners, small hole, not affecting text, in title. The text is taken from An Account of the Growth of Popery and Arbitrary Government in England by Andrew Marvell. Printed in Amsterdam 1677. Isaac Wilson was sole owner of th Advertiser from 1821 - 1832. He and his newspaper were Conservative. The Roman Catholic Relief Act was passed in 1829.

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