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|Genre/Form:||Deckled edges (Binding)
Early works to 1800
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Isaac Reed; Gresset; Charles Dilly; David Garrick; Horace Walpole; John Philips; Richard Owen Cambridge; William Preston; Moses Mendez
|Notes:||Edited by Isaac Reed.
Vol. 2: 3rd ed.; v. 3-4: 2nd ed.
Volumes 3-4 published to accompany the second edition of vols. 1-2, London, 1783. Cf. ESTC.
Pagination, v. 2: , 267,  p.; v. 3: , 269,  p.; v. 4: , 317,  p.
Library set incomplete, lacking v. 1. Binding: drab paper; rebacked with adhesive tape; deckled edges; top edges rough-trimmed.
|Description:||4 v. ; 16 cm. (12°)|
|Other Titles:||Council on the moon.
Ode on an evening view.
Folly of useless words exposed.
Dissertation upon laughter.
Collection of fugitive pieces of wit and humour, in prose and verse
|Responsibility:||by the most eminent writers.|
- English wit and humor -- Early works to 1800.
- Satire, English -- 18th century.
- English literature -- 18th century.
- English prose literature -- 18th century.
- English poetry -- 18th century.
- English literature.
- English poetry.
- English prose literature.
- English wit and humor.
- Satire, English.