The Royal Naval review :
or, A late trip to the nore, being a poetical epistle from Hodge in town to Dick in the country, with notes critical and explanatory /
by a descendant of the great Scriblerus.
|Main Creator:||Cook, William, d. 1824.|
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London : Printed for G. Kearsley, 1781.
Work attributed to William Cook. -cf. Mansell's Pre-1956 imprints, v. 121, p. 299.
With: On seeing a picture of His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales / Henry Jones. Dublin : For W. Owen and G. Woodfall, 1749.
William Cook, who died in 1824, was a dramatist and author, originally from Cork and later living in London. He was a lifelong friend of Goldsmith, and was author of a life of Samuel Johnson, 1785.
Physical description: 22 p. ; 27 cm.
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