|←Author Index: Ho||William Hone
|was an English writer, satirist, publisher, and bookseller. Best remembered for his victorious court battle against government censorship in 1817 which marked a turning point in the fight for British press freedom.|
- The Three Trials of William Hone: for publishing three parodies; viz. The late John Wilkes's catechism, The political litany, and The sinecurist's creed (1818)
- The Bank Restriction Barometer (1819) Illustrated by George Cruikshank
- The Political House that Jack Built (1819-1820) Illustrated by George Cruikshank [IA]
- The Queen's Matrimonial Ladder (1820) Illustrated by George Cruikshank [PG]
- The Apocryphal New Testament (1820) (Editor, containing translations from William Wake and Jeremiah Jones) (external scan)
- The Right Divine of Kings to Govern Wrong!: Dedicated to the Holy Alliance (1821) [IA]
- Facetiæ and miscellanies (1827) Illustrated by George Cruikshank. collection [IA]
- Political House that Jack Built.
- Man in the Moon, &c.
- Queen's Matrimonial Ladder.
- Dropt Clauses out of the Bill against the Queen.
- Non Mi Recordo
- Form of Prayer for the Queen.
- Political Showman.
- The Right Divine of Kings to govern wrong.
- Bank Note.
- Bank Restriction Barometer.
- Origin of Dr. Slop's Name.
- Slap at Slop.
- Aspersions Answered.
- Another Article for the Quarterly Review.
- The Every-day Book and Table Book, or Everlasting Calendar of Popular Amusements, etc, etc
- Pamphlets and Parodies on Political Subjects (1830) Illustrated by George Cruikshank. collection [PG]
- The House that Jack Built
- The Queen's Matrimonial Ladder
- The Form of Prayer, with Thanksgiving to Almighty God
- Non Mi Recordo
- Political Showman
- The Man in the Moon
- The Right Divine of Kings to Govern Wrong!
- A Slap at Slop and the Bridge-Street Gang
- The Year Book of Daily Recreation and Information (1850) (with 114 engravings—many by George Cruikshank) [IA]
- The Important Results of an Elaborate Investigation into the Mysterious Case of Eliza Fenning