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The Foundling hospital for wit :
intended for the reception and preservation of such brats of wit and humour whose parents chuse to drop them : containing all the satires, odes, ballads, epigrams, &c. that have been wrote since the change of the ministry, many of which have never before been printed : number I-[VI] : to be continued occasionally.

APA Citation

Hanbury Williams, C. (17431749). The Foundling hospital for wit: intended for the reception and preservation of such brats of wit and humour whose parents chuse to drop them : containing all the satires, odes, ballads, epigrams, &c. that have been wrote since the change of the ministry, many of which have never before been printed : number I-[VI] : to be continued occasionally. London: W. Webb.

MLA Citation

Hanbury Williams, Charles, Sir, 1708-1759. The Foundling Hospital for Wit: Intended for the Reception And Preservation of Such Brats of Wit And Humour Whose Parents Chuse to Drop Them : Containing All the Satires, Odes, Ballads, Epigrams, &c. That Have Been Wrote Since the Change of the Ministry, Many of Which Have Never Before Been Printed : Number I-[VI] : to Be Continued Occasionally. London: W. Webb, 17431749.

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