Published under the full title "The bloody buoy thrown out as a warning to the political pilots of America: or, A faithful relation of a multitude of acts of horrid barbarity, such as the eye never witnessed, the tongue never expressed, or the imagination conceived, until the commencement of the French Revolution. To which is added an instructive essay, tracing these dreadful effects to their real causes: Illustrated with four striking copper-plates. / By Peter Porcupine; [Four lines from the Abbe Maury's speech to the National Assembly]"
Clark, Robert. "The Bloody Buoy thrown out as a warning to the Political Pilots of All Nations, by Peter Porcupine". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 18 February 2018
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