“A broadside on Matthew Skeggs, a publican who became famous for miming music-making with a broomstick while making matching vocal sounds; with a round mezzotint after a painting by Thomas King, showing Skeggs facing towards the right, next to the portrait an etched broomstick surmounted by a dancing hog, and a suspended horn; with engraved title and verses of one poem and of one song text by Henry Howard in two columns.”–British Museum online catalogue.
- Author: Howard, H. (Henry), author.
- Title: A tragi-comical dialogue between my Lord Skaggs and his broomstick / by H. Howard.
- Publication: London : Printed for John Ryall, at Hogarth’s Head, in Fleet Street, 
File 763 752 H83+
Acquired October 2021