Gulliver decypher'd: or, Remarks on a late book, intitled, Travels into several nations of the world /
by Capt. Lemuel Gulliver. Vindicating the Reverend dean on whom it is maliciously father'd; with some probable conjectures concerning the real author.
|Related Names:||Roberts, James 1668 or 9-1754, bookseller., Arbuthnot, John 1667-1735., Pope, Alexander 1688-1744.|
London : Printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford Arms in Warwick Lane: and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 
Arbuthnot, John, /
Pope, Alexander, > Pope, Alexander, / 1688-1744.
Swift, Jonathan, > Swift, Jonathan, / 1667-1745. > Swift, Jonathan, / 1667-1745. / Gulliver's travels.
Engraved illustrated (including central engraving titled "Captain Lemuel Gulliver") ex libris pasted to inside front cover: "Ex libris Lucius Lee Hubbard."
Signatures: [A]² a⁴ B-G⁴ [$2 signed].
Head- and tailpiece; initial.
A satire on Jonathan Swift, with particular reference to Gulliver's travels, and on Alexander Pope and John Arbuthnot, who are alleged to have helped write it.
xii, 49 p. ;
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