Seasonable reproof, a satire, in the manner of Horace [imitated from the 3rd and 4th of Book I of his sermons to the Romans] :
to be continuted occasionally as a poetical pillory, to execute justice upon such vices and follies, as are either above the reach, or without the verge of the laws ; by the author of The man of taste.
|Main Creator:||Miller, James, 1706-1744.|
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[Dublin] : London: printed, and Dublin, re-printed by George Faulkner, 1736.
The author of The man of taste = James Miller; sometimes attributed, erroneously, to James Bramston or to Alexander Pope.
Physical description: ,iv,,27,p. ; small and 8vo
Citations/References: Foxon, M260
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|Dublin 1736(4)||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Dix|