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The Entertaining Magazine : Being, a select series: of original stories, witty repartees comical and original bulls, and an extraordinary use of terms, not known nor is be known by the world, for words, well known and in general use in the world. The whole collected from a great variety of company in the world, and never before publish'd to the world. To which is prefixed, jocular and continued irony, an essay, containing ; observations on bad-books, whether civil military or political moral or immoral orthodox, or heterodox heavy, or volatile puffing, or impertinent, simple, or audacious, shortwinded, or voluminous, from an enocmous polio-writer, down all the way to the harbarous catch-pennies of the age. By a gentleman of the world, who when he sat with certain people, mentioned and not mentioned, in this book, had always a pencil and pocket-book about him. Preview this item
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The Entertaining Magazine : Being, a select series: of original stories, witty repartees comical and original bulls, and an extraordinary use of terms, not known nor is be known by the world, for words, well known and in general use in the world. The whole collected from a great variety of company in the world, and never before publish'd to the world. To which is prefixed, jocular and continued irony, an essay, containing ; observations on bad-books, whether civil military or political moral or immoral orthodox, or heterodox heavy, or volatile puffing, or impertinent, simple, or audacious, shortwinded, or voluminous, from an enocmous polio-writer, down all the way to the harbarous catch-pennies of the age. By a gentleman of the world, who when he sat with certain people, mentioned and not mentioned, in this book, had always a pencil and pocket-book about him.

Author: Gentleman of the world.
Publisher: Dublin : [publisher not identified], 1771.
Series: Eighteenth century collections online.
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Genre/Form: Essays
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gentleman of the world.
OCLC Number: 509732239
Notes: Reproduction of original from National Library of Ireland.
Description: 1 online resource (64 pages).
Series Title: Eighteenth century collections online.

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