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A satirical poem, dated 28. Jan. 1721, attacking the directors of the South Sea Company.
Transcribed from: Avianus. An ancient prophecy concerning stock-jobbing, and the conduct of the directors of the South-Sea-company. Written, a thousand years ago, in the form of a parable, by the famous avian. Translated from the Greek to Latin, by Romulus of Athens ; and now rendred into English, with additions. Edinburgh : Printed by John Mosman and Company: And are to be sold at William Brown's Shop [etc.], 1721. 12 p.
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|Other Titles:||Ancient prophecy concerning stock-jobbing|