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The progress of dulness, part first: or The rare adventures of Tom Brainless : shewing what his father and mother said of him ; how he went to college, and what he learned there ; how he took his degree, and went to keeping school ; how afterwards he became a great man and wore a wig ; and how any body else may do the same. : The like never before published. Very proper to be kept in all families. : [Three lines of Latin text]. Preview this item
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The progress of dulness, part first: or The rare adventures of Tom Brainless : shewing what his father and mother said of him ; how he went to college, and what he learned there ; how he took his degree, and went to keeping school ; how afterwards he became a great man and wore a wig ; and how any body else may do the same. : The like never before published. Very proper to be kept in all families. : [Three lines of Latin text].

Author: John Trumbull
Publisher: [New Haven] : Re-printed [by Thomas and Samuel Green], in the year M, DCC, LXXIII. [1773]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : The 2nd ed., correctedView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Poems
Satires
Anecdotes
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Trumbull
OCLC Number: 62821427
Notes: In verse.
Attributed to John Trumbull in BAL.
Ascribed to the New Haven press of Thomas and Samuel Green, who are named in the imprint of the first edition of the third part (Evans 13052).
With a half-title.
"Now in the press, The progress of dulness. Part second."--P. 20.
Description: 1 online resource (vi, [1], 8-20 p.)

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