Riddles -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : Hooper's new puzzle cap : Containing a collection of riddles, enigmas, charades, rebusses, transpositions, conundrums, &c. for the diversion of young ladies and gentlemen, and the public at large, who has an inclination to drive dull care away.
Riddles, Finnish -- History and criticism. : The nominativus absolutus formula--one syntactic-semantic structural scheme of the Finnish riddle genre / by Annikki Kaivola-Bregenhøj ; [translated by Susan Sinisalo].
Riddles -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : Winter-evenings entertainments in two parts. : Containing, I. Ten pleasant, and delightful relations of many rare and notable accidents and occurences; with brief remarks upon every one. II. Fifty ingenicus riddles, with their explanations, and useful observations, and morals upon each, the whole enlivened with above threescore pictures for the better illustration of every story and riddle. Excellently accommodated to the fancies of old or young, and exceeding useful to advance chearful society and conversation. By R.B.
Riddles, Juvenile -- Early works to 1800. : A pretty riddle book : being a choice whetstone for the wit of young children, by Mr. Christopher Conundrum, Riddle Maker in Ordinary to the King and Queen of the Fairies. Adorned with cuts.