A pair of satirical poems on the assassination attack on George III at the Drury Lane Theatre on 15th May 1800. The address is of ten 6 line stanzas, and the King’s supposed response is of seven 6 line stanzas. First and last lines of the Address: “Most terrible sir Do send us down something to drink”. Of the King’s response: “Ye Louts and ye Loobies But, gen’lemen, here’s plenty of a-fe”. No copy traced.