The universal jester

Publication Date1754
Remainderor, a pocket companion for the wits. Being a choice collection of merry conceits, facetious Drolleries, humorous Waggeries, smart Repartees, pleasant Jokes, Clenchers, Closures, Bon Mots, and Humbugs; comic Stories, notable Puns, witty Quibbles, and ridiculous Bulls. To which are added, Mr. Puzzlewit's gimcracks; or, A long String of out-o'th'-way Conundrums, diverting Rebusses, poignant Epigrams, odd and uncommon Epitaphs, &c. &c. All calculated to promote inoffensive Mirth, and divert good Company with Elegance and Taste. Containing more in Number, and greater Variety, than any Book of the Kind yet published. Humbly inscribed to the choice spirits of the age. By Ferdinando Killigrew, Esq
Publisherprinted for R. Whitworth, at the Feathers, in the Poultry; J. Warcus, at the Indian-Queen, opposite the Mansion-House; R. Richards, next Barnard's-Inn, Holborn; W. Mynors, at the Corner of Chancery-Lane, Holborn; and W. Heard, at the Philobiblian's-Library, Piccadilly



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