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AN IMPARTIAL SELECTION
OF THE MOST INGENIOUS
ESSAYS AND JEUX D'ESPRITS
THAT APPEAR IN THE
NEWSPAPERS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS.
EXPLANATORY NOTES AND ANECDOTES
MANY OF THE PERSONS ALLUDED TO.
To be continued Annually.
LONDON: PRINTED FOR JAMES RIDGWAY, NO. 170, PICCADILLY,
OPPOSITE 'BOND STRIET.
Lines by Mr. O'Keeffe, or the Rev. Mr. Cambridge - itu
having had a Sert put up for him in his Meadows
Impromptu on the disgraceful Exhibition of the Re-.
mains of Lord Nelton in St. Paul's Cathedral 35
Epigram on the fame
The Weathercock, No. I.--XIX.
Impromptu on Female Dress
On the pretended Prophecy, that fomne Days ago
Water parted from the Sea,
Would increase the River's Tide
The Manifesto which Bonaparte ought to have publithed 101
The Peasant and his ars
On feeing a Hawk pursued by a Flock of Swallows 104
• Anecdote of the late King of Prussia
is to make a Visit immediately after having paid his
The Battle of Trafalgar
Lines to Lord Nelson, with his Night-cap, that caught
fire on the Poet's Head as he was reading in Bed at
Monody on the Death of Marquis Cornwallis
Different Species of Drunkenness
How to lose a Husband