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On spine: Vol. II.
Collection of poems, songs, epitaphs, epigrams and riddles, partly original and partly by friends and other writers; some of the verses carry dates of composition as early as 1713, and many were written during visits to Tunbridge Wells, England.
Includes titles: XVII Accrostick on Miss Frances Jeffreys - Bath 1736, XVIII wrote when Queen Caroline was appointed regent, See Gulliver's Travels, CCXXIII a true account of a monster call'd a yahoo, CCXXIV answer, CCXXXII to Dean Swift, occasion'd by the following lines in his satire on Doctor D.
3 vols. (165, 157, 145 p.) ; 21 x 17 cm.
1 vol. ; 21 cm.
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