The ode-maker, a burlesque on the Dean of Kil---a's [i.e. Killala, J. Smedley] Ode to the Right Honourable the Earl of Ca------n [i.e. Cadogan].
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[Dublin] : London printed, and re-printed in Dublin, 1719.
Sometimes attributed to Henry Carey and to Jonathan Smedley, Dean of Killala.
Formerly attributed to Jonathan Swift.
A burlesque on Smedley's 'An ode to the Right Honourable the Earl of Cadogan', London, 1719, it is "regularly printed with that ode, even in Smedley's own 'Poems', 1722. John Nichols .. suggested this was 'by one of the Irish wits (probably Dr. Delany)'; but since it satirizes Swift more than Smedley it may conceivably be Smedley's own." (Foxon).
Bd. with Smedley (Rev. Jonathan) : An ode to the ... Earl of Cadogan, 1719.
Physical description: 14 p. ; 12mo
Citations/References: Foxon, O78
Citations/References: Teerink-Scouten, 1090
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