The Dublin Magazine

The Dublin Magazine

Or, the Gentleman's New Miscellany. Containing Several Pieces of Wit and Humour Never Printed Before, Together, With the Most Select and Entertaining Poems, &c. That Have Been Publish'd for Some Years Past, Viz. I. Pallas and Venus Reconcil'd, in Miss K. A. II. The Lady's Dressing-Room. III. The Gentleman's Study in Answer to the Lady's Dressing-Room. IV. Chloe Surpriz'd. V. Thoughts Upon Reading the Lady's Dressing-Room, &c. VI. An Epigram on the Lady's Dressing-Room. Vii. On A Certain Gentleman, Who Losing His Money at Cards, Had His Picture Drawn by A Lady Standing By. Viii. An Epigram on the Same. IX. An Epitaph on A Tombstone at Edmington in Latin and English. X. Another Latin and English. XI. The Natural History of Arbor Vitae: Or, the Tree of Life. XII. The Character of Cardinal Hilari, Who Underwent the Common Fate of All Men the 4th of Oct. Aged 54 Years. XIII. Truth and Falshood; A Fable. XIV. The Place of the Damn'd

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Publisher: Dublin : printed by and for James Hoey, at the Pamphlet-Shop in Skinner-Row, opposite to the Tholsel, 1733
Characteristics: 52p. ; 12⁰

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