The surprize :
or, the gentleman turn'd apothecary; a tale written originally in French prose; afterwards translated into Latin; and from thence now versified in Hudibrastics.
|Main Creator:||Ellis, John, 1698-1790|
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Dublin : printed and sold by the booksellers, 1739.
A verse adaptation, in English, by John Ellis of 'L'apoticaire dévalisé', variously attributed to Claude Deschamps de Villiers and Jacob Villiers; first published in English prose 1670 as 'The gentleman apothecary'and in 1693 as 'Nobilis pharmacopola'.
Physical description: 71,  p. ; 12⁰.
Citations/References: Foxon, E291
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|LO 13243||Manuscripts Reading Room||Irish|