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  • Scogin's jest : full of witty mirth, and pleasant shifts, done by him in France and other places, being a preservative again melancholy / gathered by Andrew Board ...

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    • London : Printed for W. Thackeray ... : and J. Deacon ... : reprinted for J. Caulfield, 1796.
    • 1796
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  • The devill seen at St. Albons. [electronic resource] : Being a true relation how the devill was seen there in a cellar, in the likenesse of a ram; and how a butcher came and cut his throat, and sold some of it, and dressed the rest for himselfe, inviting many to supper, who eat of it. Attested by divers letters, of men of very good credit in the towne. Whereunto is added a comment, for the better understanding of the unlearned, or ignorant. Printed for confutation of those that beleeve there are no such things as spirits or devils.

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    • [London : s.n.], Printed in the yeare, 1648.
    • 1648
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  • The cavaliers jubilee: or, long look'd for come at last: viz. the generall pardon. [electronic resource] : In a pleasant dialogue between Sir Timothy Turn-coat, and Sir Rowland Resolute, two cavaliers that met accidentally, and were lately come over from beyond sea, upon the noise of the generall pardon, and their resolution to leave the service of the young Charles Stuart, and imbrace the Parliaments protection in their gracious act of oblivion. Together with the condolement of the late made lords and knights for the losse of their honors which they received from the late King and his son, for the rebellion against the Parliament, and acting against their country, by that late just Act of Parliament for the disanulment of them.

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    • London : Printed for William Ley at Paul's Chain, 1652.
    • 1652
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  • VVit revived: or, a new and excellent way of divertisement, [electronic resource] : digested into most ingenious questions and answers. / By Asdryasdust Tossoffacan.

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    • London, : Printed for the author, and are to be sold at the Brazen Serpent in Saint Pauls Church-yard., 1656 [i.e. 1655]
    • 1655
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  • The prologue and epilogue to a comedie, presented, at the entertainment of the Prince His Highnesse, by the schollers of Trinity College in Cambridge, in March last, 1641. [electronic resource] : By Francis Cole.

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    • London : Printed for James Calvin, 1642.
    • 1642
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  • Walk knaves, walk. [electronic resource] : A discourse intended to have been spoken at court and now publish'd for the satisfaction of all those that have participated of the svveetness of publike employments. By Hodg Tvrbervil, chaplain to the late Lord Hevvson.

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    • London : s.n., printed in the year, 1659.
    • 1659
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  • Tarltons newes out of purgatorie [electronic resource] : Onely such a iest as his iigge, fit for gentlemen to laugh at an houre, &c. Published by an old companion of his, Robin Goodfellow.

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    • At London : Printed [by R. Robinson] for T. G[ubbin] and T. N[ewman], 1590.
    • 1590
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  • VVit and mirth [electronic resource] : chargeably collected out of tauernes, ordinaries, innes, bowling greenes, and allyes, alehouses, tobacco shops, highwayes, and water-passages. Made vp, and fashioned into clinches, bulls, quirkes, yerkes, quips, and ierkes. Apothegmatically bundled vp and garbled at the request of old Iohn Garrets ghost. By Iohn Taylor, water-poet.

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    • Printed at London : By T[homas] C[otes] for Iames Boler, and are to be sold at the signe of the Mary-gold in Paules Churchyard, 1629.
    • 1629
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  • Tarltons jests [electronic resource] : Drawne into these three parts. 1 His court-witty iests. 2 His sound city iests. 3 His countrey pretty iests. Full of delight, wit, and honest mirth.

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    • London : Printed by I[ohn] H[aviland] for Andrew Crook, and are to be sold in Pauls Church-yard, at the signe of the Beare, 1638.
    • 1638
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  • VVit and mirth [electronic resource] : being 113 pleasant tales and witty iests. Chargeably collected out of taverns, ordinaries, inns, bowling greens, and allies, alehouses, tobacco-shops, highwayes, and water-passages. Made vp and fashioned into clinches, bulls, quirks, yerks, quips, and ierks. Apothegmatically bundled vp and garbled at the request of old Iohn Garrets ghost. By Iohn Taylor, water-poet.

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    • London : Printed [by Thomas Cotes] for Iames Boler, dwelling at the Marigold in Pauls Church-yard, 1635.
    • 1635
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  • Wits recreations. Selected from the finest fancies of moderne muses [electronic resource]

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    • London : Printed by R[ichard] H[odgkinson and Thomas Paine] for Humphry Blunden at the Castle in Corn-hill, 1640.
    • 1640
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  • The search after claret, or, A visitation of the vintners [electronic resource] : a poem in two cantos.

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    • London : Printed for E. Hawkins, 1691.
    • 1691
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  • Westminster-Drollery, or, A choice collection of the newest songs & poems both at court and theaters [electronic resource] / by a person of quality.

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    • London : Printed for H. Brome ..., 1674.
    • 1674
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  • Versatile ingenium, The Wittie companion, or Jests of all sorts. [electronic resource] : From citie and countrie, court and universitie. : With an account of the life of the laughing philosopher Democritus of Abdèra. / By Democritus Junior.

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    • Amsterdam, : Printed by Stephen Swart, at the crowned Bible, near the Exchange., Anno 1679.
    • 1679
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  • The true London prophet. Or, Comical remarkes, and predictions for the future part of this year, 1699 [electronic resource] : Infalibly fortelling what will certainly happen (whither the stars will or no) both in court, city and countrey, betwixt this and Whit-Sunday next, to which is added a discovery of many pritty intrigues that will be used among the noble society of distilers, and other traders. Also some brief touches upon the humours, and conversations of the town beau's, and city misse's, with varity of other merry and pleasent circumstances respecting these times. Being very diverting to all, and hurtful to none.

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    • London : printed for the author, next door to the sign of the want of Money in Dull-Trade-Yard, [1699]
    • 1699
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  • Wit and mirth [electronic resource] : An antidote against melancholy. Compounded of ingenious and witty ballads, songs, and catches, and other pleasant and merry poems.

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    • London : printed by J.P. and sold by Henry Playford, near the Temple Church, 1684.
    • 1684
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  • Wit and mirth: or, Pills to purge melancholy [electronic resource] : being a collection of the best merry ballads and songs, old and new. Fitted to all humours, having each there proper tune for either voice of instrument, many of the songs being new set. With an addition of excellent poems.

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    • London : printed by Will. Pearson, for Henry Playford at his shop in the Temple-Change, 1699.
    • 1699
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  • The triumph of wit, or, Ingenuity display'd in its perfection. Being the newest and most useful academy, in three parts. Part I. Containing variety of excellent poems, pastorals, satyrs, dialogues, epigrams, anagrams, acrosticks, choice letters with their answers, ... and exactest collection of choice songs. Part II. Containing the whole art and mystery of love in all its nicest intreagues and curious particulars, ... with the description & anatomy of perfect beauty. Part III. Containing the mystery and art of wheedling and canting, with the original and present management thereof, and the ends to which it serves and is employed. Illustrated with poems, songs and various intreagues in the canting language, with the explanation, &c. To which is added, Instructions for dancing with musical notes [electronic resource]

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    • [n.p.] : Printed for Nicholas Bodington at the Golden Ball in Duck-lane, 1688.
    • 1688
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  • The old maid mad for a husband or, The journey-man shooe-maker's favours turn'd to misfortunes [electronic resource] : At first she shew'd him much respect, likewise silver and gold; at length she did him quite neglect, because he kiss'd and told. To the tune of, A touch of the times. This may be printed, R.P.

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    • [London] : Printed for J. Blare on London Bridge, [1690?]
    • 1690
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  • The lively character of a contented and discontented cuckold, ala-mode de Anglitere [electronic resource] : by what names or titles soever distinguished. With an apology for, and a defence of the fair and tender sex. Suited for the meridian of London.

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    • [[London] : Sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1700]
    • 1700
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  • Wit and mirth: or, Pills to purge melancholy [electronic resource] : being a collection of the best merry ballads and songs, old and new. Fitted to all humours, having each their proper tune for either voice of instrument, many of the songs being new set. With several new songs by Mr. D'Urfey. Also, an addition of excellent poems. The second part.

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    • London, : Printed by William Pearson, for Henry Playford at his shop in the Temple-Change, 1700.
    • 1700
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  • The impartialest satyre that ever was seen [electronic resource] : that speaks truth without fear, or flattery, or spleen: read as you list, commend it, or come mend it, the man that pen'd it, did with finis end it.

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    • London : printed in the yeare, 1652.
    • 1652
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  • The fool: being a collection of essays and epistles [electronic resource], moral, political, humourous, and entertaining. Published in the Daily Gazetteer. With the author's preface, and a complete index.

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    • London : printed and sold by Nutt, Cooke and Kingman, at the Royal Exchange; Cooper, in Pater-Noster-Row; Robinson, in Ludgate-street; Lodge in Warwick-Lane; Corbett and Owen, near Temple-Bar; Dodd, without Temple-Bar; Woodfall, at Chairing-Cross; Amey, at the Court of Requests, and Chapelle, in Grosvenor-Street, near Grosvenor-Square; and J. Griffith, at the Crown in Green-Arbour-Court in the Little Old-Bailey, MDCCXLVIII. [1748]
    • 1748
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  • The wits of Westminster. [electronic resource] : A new select collection of jests, bons mots, humorous tales, brilliant repartees, epigrams, and other sallies of wit and humour. Chiefly new and original. Being an agreeable and lively companion for the parlour, guard room, post chaise, or wherever such a companion is most necessary and pleasing. By a member of the Calcannon club. Who here offers to the public, a book with more novelty, than has appeared since the time of Joe Millar's publication, in which he hopes to please every reader, except the very coarse, or over refined one.

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    • London : printed for Richardson and Urquhart, under the Royal Exchange, 1772.
    • 1772
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  • The Sprightly jester; or, Coffee-house companion [electronic resource] : A collection of smart jests, for the wits of all classes, jovial, sprightly, or the loungers. To be read by the cit over his pipe, young buck with molly at the bar, or The jessamy sipping his capilaire; with a frontispiece of a coffee-house scene near the Royal Exchange, or rare news.

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    • London : Printed for William Lane, Leadenhall-Street, [1800]
    • 1800
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  • Tom Brown's complete jester [electronic resource] : Or, the wit's merry companion. Being a most curious collection of excellent jests, keen repartees, pleasant stories, funny jokes, bon mots, smart waggeries, humourous quibbles, comical adventures, Irish bulls, and entertaining humbugs. To which are added, a choice collection of conundrums, entire new and beautiful rebusses, and riddles; biting epigrams, droll epitaphs, merry songs, amorous pastorals, comic tales, fables, &c. &c. &c. freed from those insipid thread-bare jests, which are in many other compositions of this kind; most of these being entirely new, and never yet appeared in any Jester.

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    • London : Printed for C. Henderson, under the Royal Exchange, Cornhill; and sold by all other booksellers in town and country, [1760?]
    • 1755-1765
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  • The Wit's magazine [electronic resource].

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    • London [England] : printed for Harrison and Co. No. 18, Paternoster Row; by whom letters to the editor are received, [1784-1785]
    • 1784-1785

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  • The sack ful of news [electronic resource] : with a stone-weight of recreation .

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    • [London : s.n., 1700?]
    • 1700
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  • The merry medley [electronic resource] : or, a Christmas-Box, for gay gallants, and good companions. Containing Diverting Stories and choice Jokes, dextrous Tricks, pleasant Poems, and exquisite Epigrams, &c. Droll Dialogues, Facetious Fables, Humourous Speeches, Rysible Reflections, Ludicrous Letters, Rare Riddles, Arch Sayings. Rysible Reflections, Celebrated new and Jovial Songs fit for the Voice or Violin, and modish Country Dances; And, also The Travels of Father Christmas, and the most moving Memoirs of Jonathan Wild the Great. The whole design'd to prevent and expel Spleen and Melaucholy, and drive the cold Winter away with Mirth and Musick. Useful to all, especially Travellers and those that take Physick. Being a Complete System of Christmas Gambols. Dedicated to the lovers of fun and good fellowship, by C. F. president of the Comical club in Covent-Garden, and a true Hicobite. Vol. II.

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    • London : printed for J. Freeman in Fleet street, 1745.
    • 1745
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  • Mercurius Anti-Melanchollicus or Newes from Westminster and All Other Parts [electronic resource].

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    • [London] : Printed where I was, and where I will be, 1647.
    • 1647-1647

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  • The tales and jests of Mr. Hugh Peters [electronic resource] : collected into one volume / published by one that hath formerly been conversant with the author in his life time ... ; together with his sentence, and the manner of his execution.

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    • London : Printed for S.D. ..., 1660.
    • 1660
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  • Memoirs [electronic resource] : containing the lives of several ladies of Great Britain.

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    • London : Printed for John Noon, 1755.
    • 1755
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  • Fun for the parlour [electronic resource] : or, All Merry Above Stairs. Consisting of a great and pleasing variety of comic lectures, delivered on various occasions, by right heads, wrong heads, feather heads, ... Heads, Wooden Heads, Brazen Heads, and by some Heads that are of no Use to their Owners. Many of which were never printed before. Exhibiting a droll Medley of Pleasing Tales, Entertaining Stories, Diverting Jests, Comical Bulls, Queer Puns, Quaint Sayings, Keen Waggeries, Brillant Bon Mots, Smart Repartees, Merry Adventures, Droll Narrations, Wonderful Frolicks, Humourous Riddles, Puzzling Conundrums, Funny Rebusses, Whimsical Epigrams, Witticisms, and Strokes of Humour; Entertaining to read, pleasing to hear, powerful in raising the Spirits, chearing the Heart, and brightening the Countenance: And are calculated to render Conversation agreeable, and to pass long Evenings with Wit and Merriment. To which are added, puzzles for the wits: With their Solutions; Which makes ye All as Wise as the Author.

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    • London : printed and sold by S. Bladon, at No. 28, in Paternoster-Row, [1771]
    • 1771
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  • Cambridge jests [electronic resource] : or, witty alarums for melancholy spirits by a lover of Ha, Ha, He.

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    • London : printed by Tho. Norris, at the Looking-Glass on London-Bridge, 1721.
    • 1721
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  • The book of fun; or, the quntessence [sic] of wit and mirth. [electronic resource] : Containing more frolicksome stuff, than any other book of the size and price. Collected from all the jolliest authors, and from several original manuscripts.

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    • London : printed for any body that please to buy it, 1759.
    • 1759
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  • Belcher's cream of knowledge [electronic resource] : or, something of everything. Each portion containing one or more subjects complete. This consists of a great variety of interesting essays and aphorisms.

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    • [London] : These and the author's other works may be had of the booksellers, and at his house, No. 9, Lower Thornhaugh-Street, Bedford-Square, London, [1795?]
    • 1795
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  • The muse's treat [electronic resource] : or, A Collation of wit and love. Being original poems on various occasions, but principally love; intermixt with several of the most tender and passionate stories from the great Master, Ovid, &c. to which is added, a pastoral to the sacred memory of William III. By Bezaleel Morrice. gent. Omnia vincit Amor, & nos cedamus Amori, Virg.

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    • London : printed for Henry Morris, at White-Fryars Gate in Fleetstreet, 1702.
    • 1702
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  • Wit and mirth [electronic resource] : or pills To purge Melancholy; being a choice collection of the best merry ballads, and above a hundred of the best songs, old and new. Fitted to all Humours, having each their proper tune for either Voice, or Instrument. Being carefully corrected by Mr. J. Lenton. Vol. IV.

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    • London : printed by W. Pearson, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1706.
    • 1706
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  • The universal jester [electronic resource] : or, a pocket companion for the wits. Being a choice collection of merry conceits, facetious Drolleries, humorous Waggeries, smart Repartees, pleasant Jokes, Clenchers, Closures, Bon Mots, and Humbugs; comic Stories, notable Puns, witty Quibbles, and ridiculous Bulls. To which are added, Mr. Puzzlewit's gimcracks; or, A long String of out-o'th'-way Conundrums, diverting Rebusses, poignant Epigrams, odd and uncommon Epitaphs, &c. &c. All calculated to promote inoffensive Mirth, and divert good Company with Elegance and Taste. Containing more in Number, and greater Variety, than any Book of the Kind yet published. Humbly inscribed to the choice spirits of the age. By Ferdinando Killigrew, Esq;.

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    • London : printed for R. Whitworth, at the Feathers, in the Poultry; J. Warcus, at the Indian-Queen, opposite the Mansion-House; R. Richards, next Barnard's-Inn, Holborn; W. Mynors, at the Corner of Chancery-Lane, Holborn; and W. Heard, at the Philobiblian's-Library, Piccadilly, MDCCLIV. [1754]
    • 1754
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  • Wit for the ton! [electronic resource] : The Convivial Jester; or, Sam Foote's Last Budget Opened. Containing original and authentic anecdotes, bon mots, jocose Remarks, poignant Repartees, whimsical Occurrences, queer Hums, inimitable Witticisms, &c. of that immortal Child of Humour The English Aristophanes. With authentic memoirs of his life and writings, and a particular Recital of the many laughable Incidents which befel him in the former, and the various whimsical Occurrences that gave rise to the later.

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    • London : printed for the booksellers in town and country, 1783.
    • 1783
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  • Oxford jests, [electronic resource] : refined and enlarged: being a collection of witty jests, merry tales, pleasant jokes. Collected and composed by Captain W. Hicks, native of Oxford.

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    • London : printed for T. Norris, at the Looking-Glass on London-Bridge, [1720?]
    • 1720
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  • Cambridge jests or, [electronic resource] : Wit's recreation.

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    • [London? : s.n., 1800?]
    • 1800
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  • The muse in good humour [electronic resource] : or, a collection of comic tales. By the most eminent poets. In two parts.

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    • London : printed for J. Noble, at Dryden's Head in St. Martin's Court, near Leicester Fields, MDCCXLV. [1745]
    • 1745
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  • Wit and mirth [electronic resource] : or pills to purge Melancholy; being a collection of the best merry ballads and songs, old and new. Fitted to all Humours, haviug each their proper Tune for either Voice, or Instrument: Many of the Songs being new Sett.

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    • London : printed by W. Pearson, for H. P. and sold by John Cullen at the Buck between the two Temple Gates Fleet-Street, 1705.
    • 1705
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  • The humourist [electronic resource] : being essays on several subjects; treating of the author, love, gallantry, adultery, Matrimony, Cuckoldom, Good and Bad Wives, Virtue, Taste, Masquerade, Visiting Days, A Rake, Gaming, Drinking, Dancing, A Birth Day, Merit, Physick, Rich and Poor Clergy, Gods of the Heathen, Transmigration, Ingratitude, &c. &c.

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    • London : printed for H. Serjeant, at the Black Swan without Temple Bar, MDCCLXIV. [1764]
    • 1764
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  • The sprightly jester [electronic resource] : or, coffee-house companion: a collection of smart jests, for the wits of all classes, Jovial, Sprightly, or the Loungers. To be read by the cit over his pipe, young buck with molly at the bar, or the Jessamy sipping his capilaire; with a frontispiece of a Coffee-House scene near the Royal Exchange, or rare news.

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    • London : printed for William Lane, Leadenhall-Street, [1790?]
    • 1790
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  • Yorick's jests [electronic resource] : or, wit's common-place book, arranged on a new plan. Being a choice collection of humourous jests, happy bons mots, ... To which is added, a choice selection of toasts and sentiments.

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    • London : printed for S. Bladon, [1790?]
    • 1790
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  • Country Tom's Complete jester; or, the laughter's delight. [electronic resource] : Containing all the fun, and all the humour, all the learning, and all the wit, which have lately flowed from the universities, the theatres, country wakes, fairs, and all the places of public resort in town and country.

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    • London : printed for and sold by T. Sabine, No. 81, Shoe-Lane, Fleet-Street, [1790?]
    • 1790
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  • The genuine edition of Joe Miller's jests [electronic resource] : or, wits vade-mecum revived. Most humbly inscribed to all The choice spirits, Merry Souls, and facetious companions of the Age. Being a collection of the most brilliant jests, excellent bon mots, and most pleasant short stories in the English Language; many of them transcribed from the Mouth of the Facetious Gentlemen whose Name they bear. To which are added, choice collections of moral sentences, And of the most pointed and truly valuable epigrams in the British Tongue; With the Names of the Authors of such as are known.

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    • [London? : s.n., 1790?]
    • 1790
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  • A collection of jests, epigrams, epitaphs, &c [electronic resource].

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    • Edinburgh : printed by R. Fleming, M.DCC.LIII. [1753]
    • 1753
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