Miscellaneous works, comical & diverting: by T.R.D. J.S. D.O.P.I.I. in two parts. I. The tale of a tub; with the fragment, & the Battel of the books; with considerable additions, & explanatory notes, never before printed. II. Miscellanies in prose & verse, by the supposed author of the first part.
|Main Creator:||Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745.|
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London [i.e. The Hague] : printed by order of the Society de propagando, &c. [for T. Johnson], 1720.
T.R.D. J.S. D.O.P.I.I. = The Reverend Dr. Jonathan Swift Dean of St. Patrick's in Ireland.
Printed for Thomas Johnson at The Hague on the evidence of the ornaments.
Pp.xii,xiii,141,168,219-36(219-20 repeated),347,348-398 misnumbered xiii,viii,14,167,119-36,343,368-416.
There is a blank leaf between pp. 200 and 201 but nothing is missing ...
Physical description: xiv,,416[i.e.398]p. ; 12mo
Citations/References: Teerink-Scouten, 17
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