[i.e. John Anderson.]) 22 H 69 1 THE g a2 OF REFORM l \ OF THE. mers of the sons of Thde Cain did cease to ring upon the anvils, and the bellows of Vulcan ceased to blow.4 And nothing ... 7 And all crafts, and artizans, and trades, - and handicrafts, Were there; and each craft did bear the emblem and devices of their art.
|Title||:||The Chronicles of Reform of the Children of the Isles, in the Days of Arthur [i.e. Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington], the Chief Ruler of the Land and His Colleagues. Translated from the Chaldaic Manuscript, by the Learned Pundit Seer I'noh Aednr-Nos. [A Political Satire.]|
|Author||:||Seer I'noh AEDNR-NOS (pseud. [i.e. John Anderson.])|