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  • The frisky jester [electronic resource] : or, the cream of the jest, and the marrow of the tale. Consisting of a banquet of wit for the laughter-loving crew. Containing a Dish of Fun for every Palate, from the Peer to the l'easant, or from the supere Drawing-Room to the humble Cot. Finely relished and highly seasoned. Consisting of laughable stories, diverting tales, Poignant Jests, Keen Repartees, Interesting Bon Mots, Bulls a la Dublin, in the true Hibernian Taste, Luscious Double Entendres, Pointed Epigrams, Paradoxical Enigmas, Rebuses, Conundrums, &c. &c. &c. Together with curious Collection of celebrated Songs, and a great Variety of New Toasts and Sentiments. By Roger Rubyface, Esq. Common Council-Man of Port-Soaking Ward.

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    • London : printed for the propriertors, and sold by B. Cornwell, No. 198, Fleet-Street; G. Lister, No. 46, Old Bailey; and all the booksellers in town and country, [1785?]
    • 1785
    • 1 resource

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