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Henley, John - Why How now, Gossip Pope?, 1743 (ESTC T52480)
Why How now, Gossip Pope? or, The Sweet Singing-Bird of Parnassus taken out of its pretty Cage to be roasted: In one short Epistle (Preparatory to a Criticism on his Writings) to that Darling of the Demy-wits, and Minion of the Minor Criticks. Exposing the Malice Wickedness and Vanity of his Aspersions on J. H. in that Monument of his own Misery and Spleen, the Dunciad
The Second Edition Corrected
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Printed in 1736. Reprinted in 1743, for J. Roberts in Warwick Lane
[Price Four pence]
In this copy, "Four" has been crossed out and "Six" written below.
Columbia University, 824P81 P5
A photostatic negative reproduction, apparently of a copy at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, shelfmark x821.P81duYh 1743.