National characteristics, Scots. : The scots scourge : being a compleat supplement to the British antidote to Caledonian poison: in two volumes. Containing fifty-two anti-ministerial, political, satiric, and comic prints, during Lord Bute's administration, down to the present time: To which are added, All the Original Songs, Essays, &c. &c. The whole being a grand system of Scotch politicks, which have been acted in Old England, &c. during those remarkable years 1763 and 1764... . Contains Twenty-Five Copper Plates, and is adorned with a Metzotinto Head of the Duke of Newcastle, and a Head of Earl Temple. 1. Sawney below stairs. 2. Ayliffe's Ghost. 3. The scrubbing-post. 4. John Bull's Auction. 5. Roasted Exciseman. 6. Daniel in the Den. 7. Daniel's Delivery. 8. Devil to pay. 9. Game of Hum. 10. State Racers. 11. Places of Profit. 12. - of Honour. 13. Tame Lion. 14. Bob-Cherry. 15. Safe Place. 16. J. Wilkes, Esq; and Liberty. 17. Sign Post. 18. The Snug Post. 19. The Whipping Post. 20. Macbeth and the Dr. 21. The Cold Place. 22. The Warm Place. 23. The General Post. 24. Hieroglyphical Epistle.
National characteristics, Scottish -- Early works to 1800. : The British antidote, or, Scots scourge. Containing twenty-two, anti-ministerial, political and comic prints, published in the year 1766; for; and, against the American Stamps and Cyder Acts, &c. To which is given, one Sheet of Letter Press, of all the Humourous Essays, with explanation to each plate. Vol.V.
National characteristics -- South Africa. : The emergence of the South African metropolis : cities and identities in the twentieth century / Vivian Bickford-Smith, Stellenbosch University and University of Cape Town.