The Book of Oddities

The Book of Oddities

Or, Agreeable Variety for Town and Country. Containing, An Uncommon Collection of the Most Curious Stories, Which May Be Valued for Their Being Queer, Odd, Strange, Amazing, Whimsical, Comic, Absurd, Out O'Th'way, And Unaccountable. Designed To Promote Mirth, and Excite the Wonder and Astonishment of All the Sons and Daughters of Adam. The Whole Calculated to Make the Countryman Stare, the Citizen Laugh, and the Courtier Grin: Adapted Both to the Sultry Days of Autumn, and the Gloomy Nights of Winter. By Sir Toby Broadgrin, Knt

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Publisher: Dublin : printed by Peter Hoey, at the Mercury, (no. 33) Upper Ormond-Quay, 1790
Characteristics: xx,383,[1]p. ; 12⁰

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