The Muses Cabinet

The Muses Cabinet

Or, Delights for the Ladies. A Miscellany of Entertaining Poems, and Useful and Instructive Recreations for Both Sexes, in Two Parts. Part I. Contains, Eaton Hall, An Odé. Ode to Sir Watkin Williams Wynne, Bart. A Poem to P. Egerton, Esq. Whitchurch, A Lyric Pastoral. Elegy on the Death of the Marquis of Granby. -on Mr. Samuel Hapley. Verses to Brass Crosby, Esq. &c. The Jealous Husband. The World. Richard's Courtship, &c. An Epigram. Advice to the Author. Strephon to Sylvia. On the Entity and Goodness of God. Extemporaneous Lines, &c. -on the Hon. William Beckford, Esq. On One Whose Nick Name Was Stiffy, &c. Verses to T. Sadler, &c. On Money. The Smoaking Bacchanal. The Usurer. New Enigmas, Rebusses, Paradoxes, Queries, &c. Part II. Contains, Three Useful as Well as Delightful Recreations in Practical Mathematics, &c. By Thomas Sadler, Teacher of the Mathematics in Whitchurch Shropshire. Author of Several Poetical Tracts and Also of A Great Number of Mathematical and Poetical Pieces, Inserted in the Magazines, Palladium, Diaries, and Other Periodical Publications, and Has Now in the Press A Complete System of Arithmetic, to Be Published by Subscription, at the Easy Price of Three Shillings Only

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Publisher: Salop : printed for the author by W. Williams, [1771]
Characteristics: [2],40;36p.,plate ; 8⁰


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