or, a collection of curious poems on the Censor. Containing, I. The Censoriad. II. The defence [and various remarks on the modest defence]. III. The threnodia. IV. The last will. V. Variae lectiones ... All curiously illustrated with annotations of divers learned authors : To which is prefixed the life of Mart. Gulliver.
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Dublin : printed, and sold by George Faulkner, 1730.
Contents: 'The Censoriad', 4th edition, Dublin, 1730; 'A modest defence of Mr. G---n', Dublin, 1730; 'Various remarks on the Modest defence', Dublin, 1730; 'Threnodia', [Dublin], 1730; and 'The last will and testament of the Censor, Dublin, .
The six pages originally pp. - of 'The Censoriad' have been deliberately been moved and placed between the titlepage and p.  of that work, as the contents leaf indicates.
'A modest defence of Mr. G---n' and 'Various remarks on the Modest defence', with separate titlepages, continue the register of 'The Censoriad' (with sigs. D and E on the titlepages respectively).
Each item has separate tp. and pagination.
The "Censor" is the Rev. Hugh Graffan, of T.C.D., who was Censor in 1724.
Physical description: ,4-22,8,8;7,,8,,4-8 p. ; 12mo