Whipping Tom :
or a rod for a proud lady, bundled up in four feeling discourses both serious and merry ... ... I. Of the foppish mode of taking snuff. II. Of the expensive use of drinking tea. III. Of their ridiculous walkng in red cloaks ... IV. Of their immodest wearing of looped petticoats.
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Dublin : printed by and for James Hoey, 1730.
Physical description: 32 p. ; 8vo.
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|LO 9013||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Librarian's Office|