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Henley, John - Why How now, Gossip Pope?, 1743 (ESTC T52480)

Author(s): 
Henley, John
Title: 
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
Edition: 
The Second Edition Corrected
Place of Publication: 
London
Printer(s)/Publisher(s): 
Printed in 1736. Reprinted in 1743, for J. Roberts in Warwick Lane
Publication Year: 
1743
ESTC Number: 
T52480
Notes: 
[Price Four pence]
Notes: 
In this copy, "Four" has been crossed out and "Six" written below.
Copies/Volumes: 
Columbia University, 824P81 P5
A photostatic negative reproduction, apparently of a copy at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, shelfmark x821.P81duYh 1743.
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