2 edition of Bogg-witticisms, or, Dear joy"s common-places found in the catalog.
Bogg-witticisms, or, Dear joy"s common-places
1682 by Printed for Evidansh swear-all in Lack-Plaush Lane in [S.l.] .
Written in English
|Other titles||Bogg witticisms, Dear joy"s common places, Bogg witticisms., Dear joy"s common places.|
|Statement||... coullected bee de grete caare and painsh-tauking of oour laurned countree-maun, Mac O Bonnielabbero of Drogheda, Knight of the Mendicant Order.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 126:7.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 59 p.|
|Number of Pages||59|
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and coullected bee oour laurned countree-maun, Mac O Bonniclabbero of Drogheda. Bogg-Witticisms: or, Dear Joy's Common-Places. Being a compleat collection of the most profound punns, learned bulls, elaborate quibbles, and Wise sayings of some of the natives of Teague-Land.
Bogg-witticisms, or, Dear joy's common-places being a compleat collection of the most profound punns, learned bulls, elaborate quibbles, and wise sayings of some of the natives of Teague-Land / coullected bee de grete caare and painsh-tauking of oour laurned countree-maun, Mac O Bonnielabbero of Drogheda, Knight of the Mendicant Order.
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