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It's all of a peace or French Leuisdors for English bricks. [a satirical print] : By Way of Allegorical Episode to the above Print is added, the kitchen in an uproar: A New Humorous, Satirical ballad, to the Tune of, The Abbot of Canterbury. Preview this item
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It's all of a peace or French Leuisdors for English bricks. [a satirical print] : By Way of Allegorical Episode to the above Print is added, the kitchen in an uproar: A New Humorous, Satirical ballad, to the Tune of, The Abbot of Canterbury.

Publisher: London : Pub. and sold by E. Sumpter, Bookseller, Three Doors from Shoe-Lane, Fleet-Street, (who returns the unknown Author Thanks for the Above, and shall be greatly obliged to him for any future Favours of the same Kind) and Mr. Harvest, Printseller, Heming's Row, St. Martin's Lane, [1763]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Single sheet verse
Poems
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 744838736
Description: 1 online resource (1 sheet)

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