or, Collins's doggerel dish of all sorts. Consisting of songs... particularly those which have been most applauded in the author's once popular performance, call'd The brush. The gallimaufry garnished with a variety of comic tales, quaint epigrams, whimsical epitaphs, &c., &c.
|Main Creator:||Collins, John, d. 1808.|
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Birmingham : Publish'd by the author, and printed by M. Swinney, 1804.
Book-plate: Frederick Locker.
Bound in brown calf, gilt inside border, by F. Bedford.
Newspaper clipping, dated August 10, 1870, and manuscript note regarding the author inserted (the latter signed in pencil: Locker
Physical description: xi, , 184 p. : ill. port. ; 19 cm. (12mo)
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|J 827||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|