Fashionable Lectures(Redirected from Fashionable Lectures: Composed and Delivered with Birch Discipline)
Fashionable Lectures: Composed and Delivered with Birch Discipline was a pornographic book originally published in the 18th century and republished by John Camden Hotten as volume 7 of his series The Library Illustrative of Social Progress around 1872 (falsely dated 1777). Hotten claimed to have found them in the library of Henry Thomas Buckle (1821–1862) but Henry Spencer Ashbee claimed that they were in fact from his collection. The first edition was published around 1750 and again with illustrations by William Holland in the 1780s.
- Ashbee (1877) pp.257-258
- Hoe, Robert (2008). A Catalogue of Books in English Later Than 1700, Volume 1. BiblioBazaar. p. 92. ISBN 0-554-42753-2.
- Ashbee (1877) pp.240-241
- Bloch, Iwan (1938). Sexual life in England, past and present. F. Aldor.
- Largier, Niklaus; Harman, Graham (2007). In praise of the whip: a cultural history of arousal. Zone Books. p. 339. ISBN 1-890951-65-X.
- Alexander, David S. (1998). Richard Newton and English Caricature in the 1790s. Manchester University Press. p. 116. ISBN 0-7190-5480-X.
- Thomas, Donald (1969). A long time burning. Taylor & Francis. p. 278.
- Ashbee, Henry Spencer (1877). Index Librorum Prohibitorum: being Notes Bio- Biblio- Icono- graphical and Critical, on Curious and Uncommon Books. London: privately printed.
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