A set of cards with moral maxims printed on fronts and backs in black and red ink: e.g., “Poverty is the fruit of idleness, Small griefs are loud, great ones still …”
- Title:[The Impenetrable Secret: a game, played with ten cards, each bearing a series of proverbs printed on both sides: invented by Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford.].
- Published/Created:[Strawberry Hill], [1780?]
Acquired April 2019