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|Genre/Form:||Parodies, imitations, etc
|Named Person:||William Combe; William Combe|
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|Notes:||Originally published: 3rd ed. London : J. Johnston, 1820, under title: The tour of Doctor Syntax through London, or The pleasures and miseries of the metropolis : a poem.
Not written by William Combe, who originated the Dr. Syntax character and used that pseudonym. The drawings for the plates may be by Thomas Rowlandson, the illustrator of the original Syntax books, or, more likely, by Robert Cruikshank. Cf. Hamilton, Tooley.
|Description:||iv, 319 pages,  leaves of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm.|
|Series Title:||Tour, adventure and rambles in England, v. 4.|
|Other Titles:||Tour of Doctor Syntax through London
Pleasures and miseries of the metropolis