The good-fellow's calendar, and almanack of perpetual jocularity; containing a choice collection of laughable narratives, facetious anecdotes, singular facts, and mirth-yielding details; all embellished with sterling wit, genuine humour, and piquant richness; and interspersed with mirthful "gems of poesy": the whole so divertingly, and so chronologically put together, that the reader is presented with a mass of merriment for every month in the year ...
London : Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, 1826.
English wit and humor.
iv, 344 p.
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