To the Honourable Mr. D. T. :
great pattern of piety, charity, learning, humanity, good nature, wisdom, good breeding, affability, and one most eminently distinguished for his conjugal affection /
[attrib. to Swift].
|Main Creator:||Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745|
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Dublin: printed by Sarah Harding on the Blind-Key, 1725.
Verse - "What strange disorder often springs".
Sometimes attributed to Jonathan Swift or Thomas Sheridan.
With note at end of the poem [with pointing hand device] "This Paper will be continued weekly, if due Encouragement be given."
According to Elrington Ball, in "Swift's Verse," the above is by Swift and is a satire on Dick (Richard) Tighe.
Physical description: 2 p. ; folio
Citations/References: Foxon, T373
Citations/References: Teerink, 921