Or, A Description of the Nose, and Particularly, of That Part of It, Call'd, the Bridge. Wherein Is Shewn, That the Bridge Is the Proper Support of the Nose; That It Is Effential to It; That A Nose Don't Deserve Its Name Without It; That the Bridge Is Not Call'd A Bridge, Because the Nose Goes Over It, but Because Salt-Water Often Runs by It; With Natural Reasons, Why, in A Wet or Cold Morning, 'tis High-Water at the Bridge of the Nose, and Yet the Tide Runs Out at the Same Time. To Which Are Subjoin'd, Several Accounts of Persons Who Had High Noses, Others Who Had Low Noses, Others Who Had Flat Noses, and Some Who Had None at All. Humbly Inscrib'd to the Family of Great Noses. By Timothy Bridgeabout, Formerly Fellow of St. Patrick's College, and Operator for the Nose to the Great Mogul

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Publisher: [London] : Dublin, printed. London, reprinted for W. Webb, near Pater-Noster-Row, [1736]
Edition: The third edition
Characteristics: [2],29,[1]p. ; 8⁰


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