|Satire on a famous scandal|
London, H.G.Bohn, 1851. Elizabeth Gunning forged a letter to her father from the Duke of Marlborough, proporting his approval of her match with his son, the Marquis of Blandford. Having been discovered and ejected from her father's house, this satirises her attempts to deny the forgery, swearing an affidavit before a necromancer. First published 1792.