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Wit and humor -- Early works to 1800.
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    E-RESOURCE 1669

Poor Robin's jests, or, The compleat jester : Being a collection of several jests not heretofore published. Now newly composed and written in a new method. both in prose and verse. By Poor Robin knight of the burnt island, and well-wisher to the math

    Poor Robin.
London : printed by T. Leach, for Francis Kirkman; and are to be sold at his shop under St. Ethelboroughs Church in Bishops-gate-street,        54 pages, 59-94 pages 1669
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    E-RESOURCE 1668?

Poor Robin's jests: or, The compleat jester : Being a collection of several jests not heretofore published. Now newly composed and written in a new method, both in prose and verse, by Poor Robin, knight of the burnt-island, and well-willer to the mat

    Winstanley, William, 1628?-1698.
London : printed for Francis Kirkman; and are to be sold by most book-sellers,        8 unnumbered pages, 88 pages 1668?
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    E-RESOURCE 1754

La Pr [blank] ade ou l'apotheose du Docteur Pr [blank] pe.

    Giraud, Claude-Marie, 1711-1780.
A Londres : chez Vaillant,        69,1 unnumbered page ; 12⁰ 1754
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    E-RESOURCE 1750?

The red cow's speech, to a milk-woman, in St. J-----s's P----k..

   
London : Printed for C. Heffer, the Royal Exchange,        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) : illustrations 1750?
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    E-RESOURCE 1766

Rochester's jests : or, the quintessence of wit; containing a new collection of merry stories, repartees, jokes, puns, Bulls, Blunders, Conundrums, the Newest Riddles, Rebusses, smartest Epigrams and Epitaphs; the most admired songs, sung by Mr. Bear

   
London : printed for the proprietors, and sold by J. Wilkie, in St. Paul's Church-Yard,    The third edition.    2 unnumbered pages,44[that is144, pages : illustrations ; 12⁰ 1766
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    E-RESOURCE 1770

Rochester's jests : or, the quintessence of wit; containing a new collection of merry stories, repartees, jokes, puns, Bulls, Blunders, Conundrums, the Newest Riddles, Rebusses, smartest Epigrams and Epitaphs; the most admired songs, sung by Mr. Bear

   
London : printed for the proprietors, and sold by J. Wilkie, in St. Paul's Church-Yard,    The fourth edition.    2 unnumbered pages,344[that is144, pages : illustrations ; 12⁰ 1770
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    E-RESOURCE 1785

Roman comique, de Scarron....

    Scarron, Paul, 1610-1660.
Londres : [printed by Valade's successors],        3 volumes,plates : portrait ; 18⁰ 1785
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    E-RESOURCE 1795?

Rusted's humourous and entertaining jester or the pabulum of life. : Containing a variety of original jests, entirely new.

    Rusted, Robert.
London : sold by R. Rusted, Shoe-Lane, Fleet Street. Six-Pence. J. Adlard, printer, Duke Street, Smithfield,        50 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 12⁰ 1795?
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    E-RESOURCE 1576

The schoolemaster, or teacher of table philosophie : A most pleasant and merie companion, wel worthy to be welcomed (for a dayly gheast) not onely to all mens boorde, to guyde them with moderate [and] holsome dyet: but also into euery mans companie a

    Twyne, Thomas, 1543-1613.
Imprinted at London : By Richarde Iones: dwelling ouer-agaynst S. Sepulchers Church without Newgate,        160 unnumbered pages 1576
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    E-RESOURCE 1709

Sensus communis: an essay on the freedom of wit and humour. In a letter to a friend.

    Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of, 1671-1713.
London : printed for Egbert Sanger at the Post-Office in Fleetstreet,        2 unnumbered pages,120 pages ; 8⁰ 1709
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    E-RESOURCE 1704

Sententi੮signes ex M.T. Cicerone. : Secundum varias res ac facultates in genera sive capita distributloquenti೴udiosis, ac pr㥲tim scholis liber maxime neessarius. Auctore Petro Lagnerio compendiensi.

    Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
Oxon : Typis Lichfieldianis, an.,        16 unnumbered pages,227,1 unnumbered page ; 12⁰ 1704
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    E-RESOURCE 1532?

Tales, and quicke answers : very mery, and pleasant to rede.

   
[Imprinted at London :] : [In Fletestrete, in the house of Thomas Berthelet, nere to the Cundite, at the sygne of Lucrece],        88 unnumbered pages 1532?
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    E-RESOURCE 1699

This author hath newly caused all his works (being aboue 60.) to bee printed into one volume.

    Taylor, John, 1580-1653.
[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified],        3 unnumbered pages 1699
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    E-RESOURCE 1763

Tom gay's comical Jester; or The wit's merry medley : Being a new and most beautiful collection of brilliant jests, funny jokes, merry stories, amorous adventures, pleasant tales, smart repartees, witty quibbles, Irish bulls, &c. &c. To which is adde

    Gay, Tom.
Dublin : Printed for Dillon Chamberlain, in Smock Alley, James Hunter, in Sycamore-Alley; and Robert Bell, in Stephen street,        2 unnumbered pages,46 pages : portrait ; 8⁰ 1763
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    E-RESOURCE 1770?

Tom gay's comical Jester, or The wit's merry medley : Being a new and most beautiful collection of brilliant jests, funny jokes, merry stories, humorous adventures, pleasant tales, smart repartees, witty quibbles, & Irish bulls, &c. &c. To which is a

    Gay, Tom.
London : Printed for J. Cooke, at Shakespear's-head in Pater-noster-Row. And sold by all other booksellers in England,        60 pages,plate ; 12⁰ 1770?
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    E-RESOURCE 1733

Tommy Trapwit's pleasant tales, entertaining stories, and merry jests. : Recommended to the perusal of the little gentry of this Kingdom, by their old friend Margery commonly called Goody, two shoes.

    Trapwit, Tommy.
Alexandria : Printed [for the author], and sold by all the booksellers, of Euroe, and by John Mozley, Gainsbro,        128 pages : illustrations ; 18⁰ 1733
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    E-RESOURCE 1712

The triumph of wit : or, ingenuity display'd in its perfection: being the newest and most useful academy. In three parts.

    J. S. (John Shirley), active 1680-1702.
London : printed for N. and M. Boddington, at the Golden Ball in Duck-Lane,    The sixth edition, with new and large additions in every part.    8 unnumbered pages,184 pages,plates ; 12⁰ 1712
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    E-RESOURCE 1702

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 t

    J. S. (John Shirley), active 1680-1702.
London : printed by J. Wilde, for N. Boddington at the Golden Ball in Duck lane,    The fourth edition, with new and large additions in every part.    8 unnumbered pages,220 pages,plate ; 12⁰ 1702
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    E-RESOURCE 1724

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, Acrostick, Choice Letters, with

    J. S. (John Shirley), active 1680-1702.
London : printed by A. W. for J. Clark, at the Golden-Ball in Duck-Lane,    The eighth edition.    158[that is168, pages,plates ; 12⁰ 1724
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    E-RESOURCE 1692

The triumph of wit, or, Ingenuity display'd in its perfection : being the newest and most useful academy, in three parts ... : to which is added, instructions for dancing with musical notes.

    J. S. (John Shirley), active 1680-1702.
London : Printed by W. and J. Wilde for N. Bodington at the Golden-Ball in Duck-Lane,    The second edition, with new and large editions [sic] in every part.    9 unnumbered pages, 220 pages : illustrations 1692
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    E-RESOURCE 1647

VVit and vvealth contending for preheminence: in a different dialogue between Wat Witty-pole and Davy Rich.

   
London : Printed for T.B. at the sign of the Maiden-head, neare Holborn Conduit,        16 pages 1647
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    E-RESOURCE 1701?

The Welch man's inventory. : Han infentory of the couds of William Morgan, ap Renald, ap Hugh, ap Richard, ap Thomas, ap Evan, ap Rice, in the county of Clamorgan, Shentleman.

   
London : Printed by and for W.O. and sold by the booksellers,        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) 1701?
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    E-RESOURCE 1780?

Winter's wit; or, Fun for cold weather. : Being a new and valuable collection of stories, songs and jests. Calculated for general entertainment, and adapted to the taste of both sexes, and all ages. Comprizing, I. A select collection of authentic his

   
London : Printed for C. Pine, in Pater-Noster Row, and F. Richards, in Bell-Savage Yard, Ludgate-Hill,        4 unnumbered pages,68 pages ; 8⁰ 1780?
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    E-RESOURCE 1595

Wits fittes and fancies : Fronted and entermedled with presidentes of honour and wisdome. Also: Loves Ovvl. An idle conceited dialogue betwene loue, and an olde man. Recta securus. A. C.

    Copley, Anthony, 1567-1607?
Imprinted at London : By Richard Iohnes, at the sign of the rose and crowne nexxt aboue S. Andrews Church in Holborne,        236 unnumbered pages 1595
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    E-RESOURCE 1596

Wits fittes and fancies : Fronted and entermedled with presidentes of honour and wisdome. Also: Loves Ovvle. An idle conceited dialogue betwene loue, and an olde man. Recta securus. A. C.

    Copley, Anthony, 1567-1607?
Imprinted at London : By Richard Iohnes, at the sign of the Rose and Crowne next aboue S. Andrewes Church in Holborne,        236 unnumbered pages 1596
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