[HUDDESFORD, George]. ~ Bubble and Squeak, a Galli-maufry of British Beef with the chopp’d Cabbage of Gallic Philosophy and Radical Reform... [London:] Printed for J. Wright... 1799.
[—————]. Crambe repetita, a second Course of Bubble and Squeak, or British Beef Galli-maufry’d: with a devil’d Biscuit or two to help Digestion and “close the Orifice of the Stomach.”... [London:] Printed for J. Wright... And sold by J. White... W. Richardson... and J. P. Bateman... 1799.
2 parts, 8vo (188 × 120 mm) in half-sheets, pp. , 55, ; , 83, ; leaves a little toned; a few marginal nicks to Bubble and Squeak; pencil notes to one page; disbound.
First edition of both parts, scarce. A staunch Tory attack on the Foxite Whigs, dedicated to the then Lord Chancellor, the Scot Alexander Wedderburn, quoting Johnson, Shakespeare, Sieyès, and Priestley, and with references to Godwin, Paine, Burke, and Baron Münchhausen. Of Crambe repetita, the Anti-Jacobin Review wrote: ‘Whigs and Reformers, French and English, constitute the principal dishes of this second course, which will afford to the poetical epicure as rich a treat as the first...’. Jackson, p. 233.