Catalog Record: An essay towards fixing the true standards of wit, humour, raillery, satire, and ridicule : to which is added, an analysis of the characters of an humourist, Sir John Falstaff, Sir Roger de Coverly, and Don Quixote : inscribed to the Right Honorable Robert Earl of Orford | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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An essay towards fixing the true standards of wit, humour, raillery, satire, and ridicule : to which is added, an analysis of the characters of an humourist, Sir John Falstaff, Sir Roger de Coverly, and Don Quixote : inscribed to the Right Honorable Robert Earl of Orford / by the author of A letter from a by-stander

Main Author: Morris, Corbyn, 1710-1779
Related Names: De Coverly, Roger Sir 1728-1796, Falstaff, John Sir , Congreve, William 1670-1729.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed for J. Roberts and W.Bickerton, 1744
Subjects: Comedy
Wit and humor > History and criticism
Note: Includes (p.66-75) Congreve's Essay concerning humour in comedy
With a leaf of errata and advertisements between the dedication and introduction
Dedication signed: Corbyn Morris
Physical Description: xxxiv, [2], xxxii, 75 pages ; 20 cm
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