PARODY. ~ [Drop-head title:] A PARODY on Poll and my Partner Joe. A new Song... [ Oxford?, 1790?]
[Drop-head title:] A SONG not out of Season, by One of the New Interest. [Oxford?, 1790?]
Slim folio (360 × 212 mm) and small 4to (205 × 197 mm) sheets respectively, pasted to each other; old paper guard along margin, dust-soiling at head, small chip to A Song (no loss).
Neither found in ESTC. Although an early manuscript note at the head of each ballad states ‘Relating to the Election in 1753’, they appear in fact to refer to the Oxford by-election of 1790, when Arthur Annesley, a local country gentleman, contested the seat (one of the larger freeman boroughs) against George Ogilvie.