A poetical dictionary: or, Popular terms illustrated in rhyme; with explanatory remarks. For the use of society in general, and politicians in particular. Part first

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From Lewis's press, Henry Starr, printer, 1808 - American poetry - 113 pages
 

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Page 19 - back of their shells, which exactly resemble the hulk of a ship. They raise two feet like masts, and extend a membrane between, which, serves-as
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Page ii - to wit) LS - Be IT REMEMBERED, that on the eleventh day of November, in the thirty-third year of the Independence of the United
Page ii - in rhyme : With explanatory remarks. For the use of " Society in general, and Politicians in particular. Part First.
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Page ii - Benefits thereof to the Arts of Designing, En. graving and Etching Historical, and other Prints.
Page i - THE USE OF SOCIETY IN GENERAL, AND •" POLITICIANS IN PARTICULAR. PART FIRST.
Page 42 - And free from prisons, courts, and cloisters Be happy as a race of oysters.
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