The History of the English Revolution of 1867

TitleThe History of the English Revolution of 1867
Year for Search1867
Authors[Gale], [Frederick]
Secondary AuthorsWykehamicus Friedrich Esq. [pseud.]
Tertiary AuthorsLord Macauley's Zealander [pseud.]
Date Published[1867]
PublisherP.S. King
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsMale author
Annotation

Satire. Britain collapses because a reform bill passed in 1867 abolished the monarchy, the House of Lords, and the standing army and established universal suffrage.

Title Note

At the head of the title Anno Domini 3867.

Pseudonym

By Lord Macaulay’s New Zealander [pseud.].

Ed. Wykehamicus Friedrich, Esq. [pseud.]

Full Text

[1867] [Gale, Frederick]. The History of the English Revolution of 1867. By Lord Macaulay’s New Zealander [pseud.]. Ed. Wykehamicus Friedrich, Esq. [pseud.]. At the head of the title Anno Domini 3867. London: P. S. King, 3867.

Satire. Britain collapses because a reform bill passed in 1867 abolished the monarchy, the House of Lords, and the standing army and established universal suffrage.