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Court tales, or, A history of the amours of the present nobility : to which is added, a compleat key.

Related Names: Crull, J. d. 1713?, Walsh, William 1663-1708., Oldmixon Mr. 1673-1742.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed for J. Roberts ..., 1717.
Subjects: Satire, English > 18th century.
Great Britain > Court and courtiers > Humor.
Note: "Æsculapius, or The hospital of fools": p. [153]-178. By William Walsh.
Editorship attributed to John Oldmixon by NCBEL, DNB (v. 14, p. 1012), Esdaile, Morgan (T821); to Jodocus Crull by Halkett & Laing (v. 1, p. 448).
First published 1714 under title: The court of Atalantis: containing a four years history of that famous island, intermixt with fables and epistles, by several hands. Cf. NCBEL, v. 2, col. 1709.
Physical Description: [2], 310, [4] p. (last page blank), [1] leaf of plates : ill. ; 20 cm. (8vo)
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