SCOTCH. ~ THE SCOTCH HUT, a Poem, addressed to Euphorbus; or, the Earl of the Grove. London: Printed for J. Almon … 1779.
4to (240 × 197 mm), pp. 12; some marginal dust-soiling to the title; disbound.
Sole edition. An anonymous satire on the Earl of Clarendon for building a pigsty (the ‘Scotch Hut’ of the title) on his estate in Hertfordshire decorated with ‘the Insignia of Scotland; Dirk and Broadsword, Pistol and Target, Bonnet and Bagpipes. Beneath these are folded Curtains of Plaid: Plaid is also painted, and glares on the Side of this Structure … and at each End …’ (p. 7). Jackson, p. 75.