The congress of the beasts :
under the mediation of the goat, for negociating a peace between the fox, the ass wearing a lion's skin, ... a farce of two acts, now in rehearsal at a new, grand theatre in Germany. To which is prefixt a large, curious print ... Written originally in High-Dutch by Baron Huffumbourghausen; and translated by J. J. H-d-g-r, Esq.
|Main Creator:||Huffumbourghausen, Baron.|
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London : printed for W. Webb, junior, 1748.
|Edition:||The second edition corrected; and amended in the print.|
A satire on the Congress of Aix la Chapelle.
J. J. H-d-g-r purports to be John James Heidegger.
Physical description: 61,p.,plate : ill ; 8vo
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