A brush to the curry-comb of truth, &c. or, the drapier. An eclogue in imitation of Virgil's Silenus. ...
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Dublin : Printed in the year, 1736.
A satire on Jonathan Swift.
In the centre of the title is: "Beware of Counterfeits, [With monogram : G.N.]. N.B. Some printers having determin'd to publish. A Brush to the Curry-Comb, &c. This is to inform the Publick, that the only true ... Brushes and Curry-Combs are to be had at my office in George's-lane, Dublin ... Bavius Jun."
Physical description: 8 p. ; 8⁰.
Citations/References: Teerink-Scouten, 980
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