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A pil for pork-eaters [electronic resource] : or, a Scots lancet for an English swelling. To which is added the Englishman's grace over his pock pudding, with Robert the third's answer to Henry the fourth of England
Bib ID 3130909
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Forbes, William, of Disblair
 
Online Access
Description Edinburgh : printed in the year, 1705 [1730?] 
10,3,[1],6p. ; 8°. 
Series

Eighteenth century collections online.

Notes

Anonymous. By William Forbes.

Sometimes attributed to Alexander Pennecuik.

Part 3 is by G. Steel.

Verse.

'The Englishman's grace' refers to King George, Walpole and war with Spain.

Cited In

Foxon, F191

ESTC, 19813

Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2003. (Eighteenth century collections online). Mode of access: World Wide Web. Access restricted to subscribers. 
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