The Irish Miscellany

The Irish Miscellany

Or Teagueland Jests: Being A Compleat Collection of the Most Profound Puns, Learned Bulls, Elaborate Quibbles, Amorous Letters, Sublime Poetry, and Wise Sayings, of the Natives of Teagueland. Being A Sequel to Joe Miller's Jests. Shet Fourd Vor Generaul Nouddificaushion: And Coullected Bee De Grete Caare and Painsh-Tauking of Oour Laurned Countree-Maun, Mac O Bonniclabbero of Drogheda, Knight of the Mendicant Order

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Publisher: London : printed for R. Adams, at Dryden's Head, Holborn Bars, [1749]
Edition: The third edition
Characteristics: viii,95,[1]p.,plate : port. ; 80

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