Political rights -- United States -- Sermons. : The commonwealth [electronic resource] : Political rights of ministers : a sermon preached on fast day, April 6, 1854 ; The times, and The men for the times : sermons preached on Sabbath days, June 11 & 18, 1854 / by Daniel C. Eddy.
Political satire, Austrian. : "Auf Lachen steht der Tod!" : österreichische Flüsterwitze im Dritten Reich / gesammelt von Hanna Dauberger und Minni Schwarz ; herausgegeben und hintergründet von Reinhard Müller.
Political satire, English -- 17th century -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800. : VVestminster Fayre, newly proclaimed. [electronic resource] : My muse thus venters [sic] to open her ware, and bids you welcome to Westminster Fayre. Wherein, votes, orders, ordinances, this September, are to be sold, with many a rotten Member, a Parliament man; I need say no more: a close committee-man that loves a w- a sequestrator; sure the Devill's not worse then an excise-man, far a greater curse: only a pursuivant, to make hell full, the country poore, the city a meere gull. T'is but a penny, in: too small a fee, to sell you spectacles, these strange sights t'see.
Political satire, English -- 18th century -- Early works to 1800. : The death, dissection, will, and funeral procession, of Mrs. Regency. [electronic resource] : Revised, corrected, altered, added to, and considerably amended, by the author. A Variety of New Characters are introduced in the Procession, several Burlesque Dirges added, that did not appear in the first Publication, and the hiatus filled up, by making complete The Pindarick. With some original Observations on the immediate Consequences of this surprising Death; and an Address to the Public from the Author.