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  • The Toasts of the Rump-Steak Club.

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    • London : Printed and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1734.
    • 1734
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  • The toasts of the Rump-Steak club [electronic resource].

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    • London : printed and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, [1734]
    • 1734
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  • The Toasts of the Rump-Steak Club.

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    • London, Printed and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1734.
    • 1734
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    Berg Coll 75-704 no. 38 Bound with: A Brief narrative of the unhappy affair. London, 1732Schwarzman Building - Berg Collection Room 320
  • The Special Projects of The Amateur Comedy Club presents Pearl Street Party [and] Chicken Fried Steak [and] Mom, 1995-04-08/09.

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    • 1995.
    • 1995-40

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  • Captain Charles Morris, the bard of the Sublime Society of the Beef Steaks, by Richard Dexter.

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    • Cleveland, The Rowfant Club, 1923.
    • 1923
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  • Captain Charles Morris, the bard of the Sublime Society of the Beef Steaks, by Richard Dexter.

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    • Cleveland, The Rowfant Club, 1923.
    • 1923
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    *KP (Rowfant) (Rowfantia; an occasional publication of the Rowfant Club. Quarto series. no. 1)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328
  • A complete collection of the convivial songs written by Mr. Hewerdine, [electronic resource] : and sung at the Je ne scai quoi, Anacreontic, Beef-Steak Clubs, and the Strangers at home.

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    • London : printed for D. H. [i.e. H. D.] Symonds, Paternoster-Row, M.DCC.XCI. [1791]
    • 1791
    • 1 resource

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  • The toasts of the Patriots club at London.

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    • London, 1734.
    • 1734
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  • The whim of the day, (for 1793.) [electronic resource] : Containing an entertaining selection of the choicest and most approved songs, now singing at the Theatres Royal, the Anacreontic Society, the Beef-Steak Club, And other Convivial and Polite Assemblies. The Reel of Tullochgorum.

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    • London : printed by & for J. Roach. Russell Court-Drury Lane 1793.
    • 1793
    • 1 resource

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  • The muses banquet, [electronic resource] : or vocal repository: being the newest and most modern collection of songs, duets, trios, &c. lately sung at the Anacreontic Society, Theatres Royal, Vauxhall, Sadler's Wells, Dibdin's Oddities, Beef Steak Club, Astley's, Circus, And at other Convivial and Polite Assemblies in the Town.

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    • London : printed by R. Bassam, No. 53, St. John's Street, West Smithfield; and sold by H. D. Symonds, Pater Noster Row; J. Axtell, Royal Exchange; Mr. Cavil, Holborn; Barling and Co. Warwick Lane; Mr. Cole, Fore Street; H. Pearce, Bell Yard, Temple Bar; and E. Yardley, New Int. Passage, Clare Market, [1790]
    • 1790
    • 1 resource

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  • The Whim of the day, (for 1799.) [electronic resource] : Being an entertaining selection, of the choicest and most approved songs, now singing at the Theatres-Royal, Anacreontic Society, the Beef-Steak Club, and other convivial and polite assemblies. To which is added, the convivial toast-master; or, president's sentimental guide.

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    • London : Printed by and for J. Roach, at the Britannia Printing-Office, Russel-Court, Drury-Lane, [1799]
    • 1799
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  • The Whim of the day, (for 1800.) [electronic resource] : Being an entertaining selection of the choicest and most approved songs, now singing at the Theatres-Royal, Anacreontic Society, the Beef-Steak Club, and other convivial and polite assemblies. To which is added, the convivial toast-master; or, President's sentimental guide.

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    • London : Printed by J. Roach, at the [Britannia] Printing Office, Russel-Court, Drury-Lane, [1800]
    • 1800
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  • The Whim of the day, (for 1791.) [electronic resource] : Containing an entertaining selection of the choicest and most approved songs, now singing at the Theatres-Royal, the Anacreontic Society, the Beef-Steak Club, and other corrvivial and polite assemblies.To which is added the convivial toast master, or president's sentimental companion.

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    • London : Printed for J. Roach, Russel-Court, near the Pit-door of Drury-Lane Play-House; and sold by all the booksellers in Great-Britain and Ireland, [1791]
    • 1791
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  • The whim of the day, for 1794 [electronic resource] : Containing an entertaining selection of the choicest and most approved songs, now singing at the Theatres Royal, the Anacreontic Society, the Beef Steak Club, and other convivial and polite assemblies [to which is] added the sentimental toast ma[ster.].

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    • London : Printed by and for J. Roach Russel Court Drury Lane, 1794.
    • 1794
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  • The Whim of the day, (for 1792.) [electronic resource] : Containing an entertaining selection of the choicest and most approved songs, now singing at the Theatres-Royal, The Anacreontic Society, the Beef-Steak Club, and other convivial and polite assemblies. To which is added the convivial toast master, or, president's sentimental companion.

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    • London : Printed for J. Roach, Russel-Court, Drury- Lane, and sold by all the booksellers in Great-Britain and Ireland, [1792]
    • 1792
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  • The whim of the day, (for 1791,) [electronic resource] : containing an entertaining selection of the choicest and most approved songs, Now Singing At the Theatres-Royal, the Anacreontic Society, the Beef-Steak Club, And other Convivial and Polite Assemblies. To whch is added, The convivial toast master; OR, President's Sentimental Companion.

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    • London : printed by and for J. Roach Russel-Court, Drury-Lane.. And sold by all the booksellers in Great-Britain and Ireland, [1791]
    • 1791
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  • The Whim of the day, (for 1800.) [electronic resource] : being an entertaining selection of the choicest and most approved songs, now singing at the Theatres-Royal, Anacreontic Society, the Beef-Steak Club, And other Convivial and Polite Assemblies. To which is added, The convivial toast-master; or, president's sentimental guide .

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    • London : printed by and for J. Roach, at the Britannia Printing Office, Russel-Court, Drury-Lane, [1800]
    • 1800
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  • The whim of the day, [electronic resource] : (for 1792.) Containing an entertaining selection of the choicest and most approved songs, now singing at the Theatres-Royal, the Anacreontic Society, the Beef-Steak Club, And other Convivial and Polite Assemblies. To whch is added The convivial toast master, or President's Sentimental Companion.

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    • London : printed for J. Roach, Russel-Court, Drury-Lane, and sold by all the booksellers in Great-Britain and Ireland, [1792]
    • 1792
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  • The muses banquet, [electronic resource] : or vocal repository, For the Year 1791. Being the newest and most modern collection of Songs, Duets, Trios, &c. Lately sung at the Anacreontic Society Theatres Royal Vauxhall Sadler's Wells Diddin's Oddities Beef Steak Club Astiey's Circus And at other Convivial and Polite Assemblies in Town.

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    • London : printed by R. Bassam, No. 53, St. John's-Street, West Smithfield, [1791?]
    • 1791
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  • The Whim of the day, (for 1796.) [electronic resource] : Containing an entertaining selection of the choicest and most approved songs, now singing at the Theatres-Royal, the Anacreontic Society, the Beef-Steak Club, and other convivial and polite assemblies. Including that much-admired piece of Monsieur Tonson. To which is added, the convivial toast master or, president's sentimental companion[.].

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    • London : Printed by and for J. Roach, Woburn Street New Drury, Theatre Royal, [1796]
    • 1796
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  • The whim of the day for 1795 [electronic resource] : Containing an entertaining selection of the choicest and most approved songs now singing at the Theatres Royal, the Anacreontic Society the Beef Steak Club, and other convivial and polite assemblies[.] Which is added The sentimental toastmaster. Mckemble and Miss Leak as Jemmy and Jenny in the new farce of auld Robin Grey[.].

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    • London : printed by & for J. Roach at Ye Britannia Printing Office, Woburn Street New Drury Theatre Royal, [1795]
    • 1795
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  • The Whim of the day for 1798 [electronic resource] : Containing an entertaining selection of the choicest and most approved songs now singing at the Theatres Royal the Anacreontic Society the Beef Steak Club, and other convivial and polite assemblies to which is added the Sentimental toastmaster.

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    • London : Printed by & for J. Beach at the Britannia Printing Office, Woburn Street, New Drury Theatre Royal, [1798]
    • 1798
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  • The Man of fashion's song book, or The Court of Anacreon [electronic resource] : Containing a complete selection of the much admired songs and lyrics, composed and sung by Captain Morris, and other distinguished bon vivants, for the Anacreontic Society, Beef-Steak, Humbug and other clubs.

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    • London : Printed for Leonard Murray, and sold by all the booksellers in town and country, [1790?]
    • 1790
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  • Merryfield's jests [electronic resource] : or, wit's companion. Containing All the Fun and all the Humour, all the Learning, and all the Judgment, which have lately flowed from the Universities, the Theatres, from the Beef Steak Club, from the Spouting Clubs, and Choice Spirits Clubs. Containing all the fashionable jests, epigrams, comical humbugs, Droll Narrations, Humorous Jokes, Merry Tales, Witty Sayings. Smart Repartees. New Adventures, Bon Mots, Irish Bulls, Witticisms. Which will expel Care, drown Grief, banish the Spleen, improve the Wit, create Mirth, entertain Company, and give the Reader a light Heart and a cheerful countenance.

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    • London : printed by and for J. Roach, Woburn Street, New Drury Theatre Royal, 1795.
    • 1795
    • 1 resource

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  • The comic songster [electronic resource] : or laughing companion: a collection of humourous, droll, laughable, ludicrous, funny, comic, imitative, entertaining, songs, compiled to raise mirth, being a genuine collection of those sung at the bucks, masons, albions, true britons, sons of thespis, beef steak clubs, true blues, sons of comus, anacreontics, theatrical Geniuses, by their sons of humour; many of which are originals, and never before published. The whole compiled to promote harmony and good Fellowship, to enliven the Heart and raise a Laugh.

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    • London : printed for W. Lane, Leadenhall-Street, [1785?]
    • 1785
    • 1 resource

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  • The whim of the day, (for 1790) [electronic resource] : containing an entertaining selection of the choicest and most approved songs, Now Singing At the Theatres-Royal, the Anacreontic Society, the Beef-Steak Club, And other convivial and Polite Assemblies; Including that so much admited Piece, called British Loyalty, or a Squeeze for St. Paul's! To which is added, a collection of much esteemed toasts and sentiments.

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    • London : printed for J. Roach, Russel-Court, near the Pit-Door, Drury-Lane, Theatre, and sold by all the booksellers in Great-Britain, and Ireland, [1790]
    • 1790
    • 1 resource

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  • Parsley's lyric repository, for 1789. [electronic resource] : Containing a selection of all the favorite songs, duets, trios, &c. now singing at the Theatres-Royal, at the Anacreontic Society, the Beef-Steak Club, And every polite Assembly of Wit and Harmony in the Metropolis. Including the most approved Songs Sung last Season at Vauxhall, &c. &c. With a Variety of Ballads, Sonnets, Parodies, Cantatas, Burlesques, Masonic Songs, &c. Written purposely for this Work, adapted to familiar Tunes. To which is added, a collection of toasts and sentiments, Never before in print.

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    • [London] : Printed and sold by R. Parsley, Surry Side Black-Friars Bridge. Also by Symonds, Pater-Noster Row; Dartnall, St. Martin's-Court, Leicester-Fields; Harrison, near St. George's Church, Borough; Anderson, Holborn-Hill; Barker, Russell-Court; Nunn, Great Queen-Street; Hincksmen, Corner of Wine-Office Court, Fleet Street; Grubb, Middle-Row, Holborn, and all Booksellers in England, Ireland, and Scotland, [1789]
    • 1789
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  • Parsley's Lyric repository, for 1789. Containing a selection of all the favorite songs, duets, trios, &c. now singing at the Theatres-Royal, at the Anacreontic Society, the Beef-Steak Club, And every polite Assembly of Wit and Harmony in the Metropolis. With a Variety of Ballads, Sonnets, Parodies, Cantatas, Burlesques, Masonic Songs, &c. Written purposely for this Work, adapted to familiar Tunes. To which is Added, A Collection of Toasts and Sentiments, Never Before in Print [electronic resource].

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    • [London] : Printed and sold by R. Parsley, Surry side Black-Friars Bridge. Sold also by Symonds, Pater-Noster-Row; Dartnall, St. Martin's-Court, Leicester-Fields; Harrison, near St. George's Church, Borough; Anderson, Holborn-Hill; Barker, Russell-Court; Nunn, Great Queen-Street; Hinksmans, Fleet-Street; Grubb, Middle-Row, Holborn; Catermoul, Oxford-Street, and all Booksellers in England, Ireland, and Scotland, [1789]
    • 1789
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  • The festival of Anacreon. [electronic resource] : Containing a collection of modern songs, written for the Anacreontic Society, the Beef-Steak, and Humbug Clubs. By Captain Morris, Mr. Brownlow, Mr. Hewerdine, Sir John Moore, Capt. Thompson, and other lyric writers, whose Compositions are the Delight of the Festive Board! To which is prefixed som account of the above convivial societies. Now first published. Ornamented with a fine Likeness of Captain Morris.

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    • London : published by George Peacock; and sold, by his appointment, at No. 50, Oxford Street. Where may be had the Second Part, [1790?]
    • 1790
    • 1 resource

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  • The muses banquet, or vocal repository, for the year 1792. Being the newest and most modern collection of songs, duets, trios, &c. Lately Sung at the Anacreontic Society, Theatres Royal, Vauxhall, Sadler's Wells, Dibdin's Sans Souci, Beef Steak Club, Astley's, Circus, And at other Convivial and Polite Assemblies in Town. To which is Added, A Variety of Toasts and Sentiments [electronic resource].

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    • London : printed for W. Cavill, Middle-Row, Holborn, [1792?]
    • 1792
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  • Jemmy Twitcher's jests [electronic resource] : collected by a member of the Beef-Steak-Club; and now first published by Daniel Gunston. Interspersed with variety of entertaining articles from his own Budget; The whole consisting of Tales, Repartees, Conundrums, ... Jokes, Double ... Epigrams, Pune, Humbugs, Catches, Glees, And every other Species of Wit and Humour. To which is now added, several anecdotes of eminent persons. With the favourite song in Love in a village, and Shakespeare's Jubilee, at Stratford upon Avon, &c.

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    • Glasgow : printed by Joseph Galbraith, and sold by the booksellers, 1798.
    • 1798
    • 1 resource

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  • A new whim of the day [electronic resource] : or, musical olio: containing an elegant selection of the most approved songs, now singing at the Theatres Royal, Anacreontic Society, Beef Steak Club, and other convivial and polite assemblies, Including those Sung last Season at Vauxhall, ... Also that so much admired Comic Piece, called British Loyalty; or, a Squeeze for St. Paul's. To which is added, a Collection of much esteemed toasts and sentiments.

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    • London : printed and sold by T. Axtell, Cornhill; and all other booksellers in Great Britain and Ireland, [1790]
    • 1790
    • 1 resource

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  • Jemmy Twitcher's jests [electronic resource] : collected by a member of the Beef-Steak Club; and now first published by Daniel Gunston. Interspersed with variety of entertaining articles from his own Budget; The whole consisting of tales, repartees, conundrums, bulls, jokes, Double entendres, epigrams, puns, humbugs, catches, glees, And every other Species of Wit and Humour. To which is now added, several anecdotes of eminent persons. With the favourite song in Love in a village, and Shakespeare's Jubilee, at Stratford upon Avon, &c.

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    • Paisley : printed and sold by Alex. Weir, Bookseller, 1776.
    • 1776
    • 1 resource

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  • The art of cookery, [electronic resource] : in imitation of Horace's Art of poetry. With some letters to Dr. Lister, and others: occasion'd principally by the title of a book publish'd by the Doctor, being the works of Apicius Colius, Concerning the Soups and Sauces of the Ancients. With an Extract of the greatest Curiosities contain'd in that Book. To which is added Horace's Art of poetry, in Latin. By the author of the Journey to London. Humbly inscrib'd to the Honourable Beef Steak Club.

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    • London : printed for Bernard Lintott, at the Cross-Keys between the two Temple Gates in Fleetstreet, [1712]
    • 1712
    • 1 resource

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  • The art of cookery, [electronic resource] : in imitation of Horace's Art of poetry. With some letters to Dr. Lister, and others: Occasion'd principally by the Title of a Book publish'd by the Doctor, being the Works of Apicius Coelius, Concerning the Soups and Sauces of the Antients. With an Extract of the greatest Curiosities contain'd in that Book. To which is added, Horace's Art of poetry, in Latin. By the author of the Journey to London. Humbly inscrib'd to the Honourable Beef Steak Club.

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    • London : printed for Bernard Lintott at the Cross-Keys between the two Temple Gates in Fleet-Street, [1708]
    • 1708
    • 1 resource

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  • The new whim of the day [electronic resource] : or, musical olio. Containing a selection of the most approved songs, now singing at the Theatres Royal, the Anacreontic, the Beef Steak Club, and other convivial and polite assemblies, Including those sung last Season at Vauxhall, &c. Also, That so much admired Comic Piece, called British Loyalty; or, A Squeeze for St. Paul's. To which is added, a Collection of much esteemed toasts and sentiments.

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    • London : printed and sold by J. Barker, opposite the Pit Door of Drury-Lane Theatre; and by all booksellers in Great Britain and Ireland, [1790]
    • 1790
    • 1 resource

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  • The complete London jester [electronic resource] : or, wit's companion: containing all the fun and all the humour, all the Learning, and all the Judgment, which have lately flowed from the two universities, the Three Theatres, from White's Chocolate-House, from the Beef-Steak Club, from the Spouting Clubs, and Choice Spirits Clubs in London and Westminster. Including all the fashionable Jests, Epigrams, Merry Tales, Humorous Jokes, Bons Mots, Conundrums, Irish Bulls, Comical Humbugs, Droll Narrations, Smart Repartees, New Adventures, Funny Epitaphs, and Witticisms. Which will expel Care, drown Grief, banish the Spleen, improve the Wit, create Mirth, entertain Company, and give the Reader a light Heart and a chearful Countenance. The Whole teaching the agreeable Art of Story-Telling, are furnishing Pieces of Wit, for the amusement and improvement of both Sexes.

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    • London : printed for T. Lownds in Fleet-Street, [1781]
    • 1781
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  • The complete London jester [electronic resource] : or, wit's companion: containing all the fun and all the humour, all the Learning, and all the Judgment, which have lately flowed from the two universities, the Three Theatres, from White's Chocolate House, from the Beef-Steak Club, from the Spouting Clubs, and Choice Spirits Clubs, in London and Westminster, Including all the fashionable Jests, Epigrams, Merry Tales, Humorous Jokes, Bons Mots, Conundrums, Irish Bulls, Comical Humbugs, Droll Narrations, Smart Repartees, New Adventures, Funny Epitaphs, and Witticisms. Which will expel Care, drown Grief, banish the Spleen, improve the Wit, create Mirth, entertain Company, and give the Reader a light Heart and a cheerful Countenance. The Whole teaching the agreeable Art of Story-Telling, and furnishing Pieces of Wit, for the Amusement and Improvement of both Sexes.

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    • London : printed for T. & W. Lowndes, No 77, Fleet-Street, 1786.
    • 1786
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  • The comic songster, [electronic resource] : or laughing companion: a collection of humourous, droll, laughable Ludicrous, Funny, Comic, Imitative, Entertaining. songs, compiled to raise mirth, being a genuine collection of such as are sung at the bucks, masons, albions, True Britons, Sons of Thespis, Beef Steak Clubs, True Blues, Sons of Comus, Anacreontics, Theatrical Geniusses. By their sons of humour Moody, Edwin, Wilson, Parsons, Edwin, Quick, Wilson, Bannister, &c. Many of which are Óriginals, and never before published. The whole compiled to promote Harmony and good Fellowship, to enliven the Heart, and raise a Laugh.

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    • London : printed for W. Lane, Leadenhall-Street, MDCCLXXXIX. [1789]
    • 1789
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  • The Young gentleman's agreeable companion [electronic resource] : Containing an excellent and genteel collection of songs, selected from the most popular productions of the day. Among which are favourite songs sung this season, at the most celebrated places of amusement; particularly Vauxhall, Sadler's-wells, Royal-Grove, Anacreontic Society, Beef-Steak Club, Theatre-Royal, &c. Including the songs in the pirates, Just in time, Hartford-Bridge, Prisoner, at large, &c. Accompanied with some humourous stories; and a judicious collection of toasts and sentiments, intended as an entertaining repository. To which is added, the mental accountant. A work of great benefit to young gentlemen. merchants, and tradesmen, as an assistant to conduct Business, without a pen. A work well recommended by the monthly and other reviewers and further to amuse and instruct, a collection of witty and ingenious Enigmas, charades, &c. with their answers.

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    • London : Printed for G. Robbin's, near Temple-Bar, 1793.
    • 1793
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  • Yorick turned trimmer; or, The gentleman's jester [electronic resource] : And newest collection of songs. Embellished with three copper-plate cuts, the most interesting scenes in Yorick's works, viz.-1. Yorick riding through the village; 2. Dr. Slop and Obadiah; 3. Uncle Toby and Corporal Trim;-containing, besides a variety of jests and other subjects, the following interesting articles: songs, catches, and glees, sung at the public places this summer, viz. Royalty Theatre, the Haymarket, the Beaf-Steak Club, and the Anacreontic Society-with pieces of wit of the choicest spirits of the last and present age, amongst which are: A fair warning. Scene in the agreeable surprise, with the favourite song-In Jacky bull Mr. Edwin's new four and twenty fidlers. New four and twenty fidlers, as sung by Mr. Palmer [at] Royalty Theatre. Hippesley's drunken man, as spoken by Mr. Lee Lewes at the Royalty Theatre, Jemmy jumps, a song in the Farmer. The golden days of Good Queen Bess, a song written by Mr Collins, author of the Evening brush. The flats and sharps of the nation, &c. The pedigree of the English nation, from the True-born Englishman. Dean Swift's maw-wallup. An evening's adventure at Vauxhall. Conumdrums, rebusses, sentimental toasts, epigrams, &c. &c. &c. The three prints, printed in a beautiful picturesque manner, in black, blossom, and green, are worth the purchase money of the whole.

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    • London : Printed for the proprietor; and sold by W. Nicoll, No 51, St. Paul's Church-yard; at the Circulating Library, No. 2, Shoe-lane; and may be had of all the booksellers and news-carriers in Great Britain, [1785?]
    • 1785
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  • New York's historic restaurants, inns & taverns : storied establishments from the City to the Hudson Valley / Laura Brienza.

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    • Guilford, Connecticut : Globe Pequot, [2016]
    • 2016-2016
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  • Sublimation point / Jason Schneiderman.

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    • New York : Four Way Books ; Hanover, NH : Distributed by University Press of New England, 2004.
    • 2004
    • 1 item
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    Request in advanceRequestPS3619.C453 S82 2004Offsite
  • Novels & stories / Jack London.

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    • New York, N.Y. : Literary Classics of the United States, [1982]
    • 1982-1913
    • 1 item
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    Request in advanceRequestPS3523.O46 A6 1982bOffsite
  • Jemmy Twitcher's jests [electronic resource] : or, wit with the gravy in it: collected by a member of the beef-steak club; and now first published by Daniel Gunston. Interspersed with variety of entertaining articles from his own budget; The Whole consisting of Tales, Repartees, Conundrums, Bulls, Jokes, Double Entendres, Epigrams, Puns, Humbugs, Catches, Glees, And Every other Species of Wit and Humour. So that every person who is pleased with a Jest, may have a large Quantity by paying a Shilling earnest; If a Bull has any Charms for him, let him buy this little Volume, and he will find that we have given him a great many; If a Double Entendre can afford Delight, we appeal to the Ladies, whether we have not a just Claim to their Approbation, and we are willing to stand or fall by their Verdict. In short, we flatter ourselves that this Performance abounds with every Species of Wit; and we have the Satisfaction to say, what none of our Predecessors can, that these Jests are entirely new, and have never appeared in any other Jest Book. N. B. This little Volume, as its Contents have never been broached, may properly be said to be a Maiden One, and may be had, Price One Shilling stitched.

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    • London : printed for T. Evans, at No. 54, and J. Smith, at No. 15, in Pater-Noster Row; and sold by all other Booksellers, MDCCLXX. [1770]
    • 1770
    • 1 resource

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  • The blue notebook / Julien Poirer.

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    • New York : A Rest Press, 2003.
    • 2003
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  • Driving hungry : a memoir / Layne Mosler.

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    • New York : Pantheon Books, 2015.
    • 2015
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  • The book lover's bucket list : a tour of great British literature / Caroline Taggart.

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    • London : British Library Publishing, 2021.
    • 2021-2021
    • 1 item
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    Use in libraryRequestJFD 22-263Schwarzman Building - Main Reading Room 315
  • Jean-François Piège pour tous : recettes super faciles pour faire aussi bien que le chef / photographies, Frédéric Lucano ; stylisme, Sonia Lucano.

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    • Vanves : Hachette, [2016]
    • 2016
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    Request in advanceRequestReCAP 17-60443Offsite
  • Teed off : my life as a player's wife on the PGA tour / Sherrie Daly.

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    • New York : Gallery Books, 2011.
    • 2011
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    Use in libraryRequestGV964.D26 A3 2011Offsite

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