A genuine epistle from M-w P-r, Esq; at Paris, to the Reverend J-n S-t,
... With a letter to Sir Patrick Lawles, late the Pretender's Nuncio. By an unknown hand. Publish'd from the original manuscripts, by Timothy Brocade, ...
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London : [Printed for A. Boulter,] anno salutis, 1714.
M-w P-r = Matthew Prior.
J-n S-t = Jonathan Swift.
A whig satire in the form of a mock letter from Prior to Swift.
Half-title: 'A farther hue and cry after Dr. Sw----t. Being a collection of curious pieces found since his departure.'.
A reissue of the 20p. 1714 edition with the addition of a half-title and of a new edition of Francis Reynardson's 'An ode to the pretender' and 'Mortimer his fall', which are often found with it.
Printers name from colophon.
Physical description: ,20;13,p. ; 8⁰.
Citations/References: Foxon, G126
Citations/References: Teerink-Scouten, 882, II
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