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1832: Representation of the People Acts

Author: Anon

Publication: Reformers' Gazette

Publisher: Muir, Gowans, & Co.

Published: 2 June 1832

Place of publication: Glasgow, Scotland

Publication type: Newspaper/Periodical

Featured individuals:
Ernest Augustus Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale (1771-1851)

No full copy of this poem is available.

Archive/Library: Mitchell Library, Glasgow
Classmark(s): Reel Number: 3089; Pressmark: SNMU 175/98
Pages(s): 425

This short poem responds to a quote in the Court Journal which states that the Duke of Cumberland will never shave until the Reform Bill is crushed.  The poem states that he is right in his resolve for he is 'too bare-faced' already.