The Court Oracle

The Court Oracle

A New Miscellany. In Which Are Contained, Amongst Many Other Curious Things, the Following, Viz. I. The Secret History of That Most Celebrated Prude Skirrissa; Wherein the Various Stratagems Used by Sir Sidrophel With Her Father, and Their Intrigues to This Time, Are Amply Set Forth. Cum Multis Aliis. II. The Sequel of Tit for Tat. In A Dialogue Between A Country Blackbird and A C- Goldfinch. III. The Wife's Revenge; or the Impertinent Cuckold; Who on Account of His Ill Usage Became A Prostitute: With Their Proceedings at Law, and Seperation by Mutual Consent. IV. The Secret History of Montizeuta: Containing An Account of Her Amours; Particularly With Crackezuma, A Grand Scribe: The Discovery of Her Indecent Behaviour With Him; Her Comical Adventure With A Gentleman at A Country Village, Who Enjoy'd Her by A Stratagem, When She Thought to Pass Undiscover'd; Her Extravagant Gestures at the Sight of the Corpse of Her Paramour, the Scribe, Who Died of A Loathsome Distemper; and Her Dressing Herself in A Widow's Apparel on Account of His Death. V. An Officer and No Soldier. A Poem. Inscribed to the D-s of B-n and A - Le. VI. Verses Most Humbly Inscribed to the Right Hon, the Earl of Scarborough, on His Resigning His Post of Master of the Horse to His Majesty. Vii. The History of A Knight and No Gentleman. Inscrib'd to Sir R- F-. Viii. A Dialogue Between Two Jews, Concerning the Bill Depending in Parliament for Preventing Stockjobbing. To Which Is Added, The Fair Jewess Triumphant: OR Jacob's Folly in Attempting to Wrestie With An Angel

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Publisher: London : printed for S. Slow, without Temp'e-Bar, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, MDCCXXXIV. [1734]
Characteristics: 47,[1]p. ; 8⁰


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