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Burlesque upon burlesque, or, The scoffer scoft

Burlesque upon burlesque, or, The scoffer scoft

being some of Lucians dialogues, newly put into English fustian for the consolation of those who had rather laugh and be merry, then be merry and wise.

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Published by Printed for Henry Brome ... in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesBurlesque upon burlesque, Scoffer scoft, Burlesque upon burlesque., Scoffer scoft.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 89:7.
ContributionsLucian, of Samosata
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[6], 200, [3] p.
Number of Pages200
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16701920M

Media in category "Heraldry BL" The following files are in this category, out of total. of 'Regulations and Orders of the Governors, Bailiffs, and Conservators of the Bedford Level Corporation- with the lot book. (Burlesque upon Burlesque- or, the Scoffer Scoft. Being some of Lucian's Dialogues newly put into English Fustian. burlesque upon burlesque: or the scoffer scoft being some of lucians dialogues by charles cotton, fully leather bound - , 2nd edition Live Estimate 80 - GBP.

burlesque upon burlesque: or, the scoffer scoft. BEING SOME OF LUCIANS DIALOGUES NEWLY PUT INTO ENGLISH FUSTIAN, For the Consolation of those who had rather Laugh and be Merry, then be Merry and Wise. also EPENETICK, EPOENETICK CLICK HERE FOR KEY TO SOURCES ETYMOLOGY From: The Century Dictionary and Encyclopedia, William Dwight Whitney,

History of Poetry (Modern Day) earl of Rochester's A Satire against Mankind • Charles Cotton's Burlesque Upon Burlesque, or, The Scoffer Scoft Births William Somervile; Henry Dixon • Benjamin Tompson's "New England's Crisis" and "On a Fortification at Boston begun by Women" Births John Philips Deaths John Ogilby; Edward. BY-WAYS IN BOOK-LAND. PAPER-KNIFE PLEASURES. of Lucian which Charles Cotton wrote and published late in the seventeenth century under the title of ‘Burlesque upon Burlesque, or the Scoffer Scoft.’ ‘We bring you here,’ said Cotton, ‘a fustian-piece, Writ by a merry Wag of Greece’—‘a piece of raillery writ,’ as he went on.


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Title: Burlesque upon Burlesque: or, the Scoffer Scoft. Being some of Lucian's Dialogues newly put into English Fustian, etc. [By C. Cotton In verse.] Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions The British Library is the national library of the.

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