The New-year's miscellany

Publication Date1747
RemainderContaining, I. The religion of a soldier, by the Late Major General F-d-g. II. The chaplains' petition for redress of grievances; by one of the camp chaplains. III. A dialogue between a shepherd and shepherdess. IV. The last will and testament of doctors commons. V. The Welshman's inventory. VI. A modern Latin ode attempted in English. VII. An ode on Miss Fanny Murray. By Mr. Thomson. VIII. A riddle. IX. Epigram. X. The death-watch. A poem in two canto's. XI. To ardelia. XII. The plaintiff and desendant. XIII. From W.M. in the Marshalsea to Sir H.M. in Newgate. XIV. The masquerade. XV. It is good to be in debt, prais'd by Sir W. Cornwallis. XVI. A tale of a tub, for the use of those that swallow pills in town, or waters in the country
PublisherPrinted for A. Freeman, in Fleet-Street; and sold at all the Pamphlet-Shops

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