An heroic epistle from Donna Teresa Pinna ÿ Ruiz, of Murcia, to Richard Twiss, Esq :
F.R.S. with several explanatory notes, written by himself : [with An heroic answer, from Richard Twiss, Esq. : F.R.S., at Rotterdam, to Donna Teresa Pinna ÿ Ruiz ...] /
satires, both by W. Preston.
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Printed for W. Wilson,
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Sometimes erroneously attributed to Leonard MacNally.
A satire on Richard Twiss's 'Travels through Portugal'.
With a half-title.
In this edition Dublin in the imprint is followed by a colon.
With this is bound: A congratulatory poem on the late successes of the British arms: particularly the triumphant evacuation of Boston [satire, by W. Preston], to which is added, An ode to Mr. Pinchbeck, upon his newly-invented patent candle-snuffers / [by Malcolm M;Greggor, Esq., pseud. i.e. Wm. Mason?]. Also: The contrast, or, A comparison between the characters of the English and Irish, in the year 1780 : a poem.
Physical description: 27,p. ; 8vo.
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