The fourth volume of the works of Mr. Thomas Brown, serious, moral, comical, and satyrical. Consisting of Poems on several Occasions. Laconics; or, new Maxims of State and Conversation. The Praise of the Bottle. A Match for the Devil, a Poem. An Essay on Women. The Charms of the Bottle, a Friend to the Ladies. A new Million-Adventure, invented for Ladies that want Husbands, and younger Brothers that want Wives. Commendatory Verses on the Author of the two Arthurs. Collected by Mr. Brown. With a compleat Collection of Mr. Brown's Dialogues. Viz. Poet Bayes's Conversion, in two Parts. Joe Haynes's Conversion and Reconversion. The Welch Levite toss'd in a Blanket. The Reasons of the new Converts taking the Oaths to the Government. Reflexions on Julian Johnson's Argument, and the Pastoral Letter, &c. And Mr. Brown's Translation of the best Odes out of Horace.
- Brown, Thomas, 1663-1704.
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London : printed for S. B. and sold by B. Bragge, in Pater-Noster-Row, 1709.
v.4 (,96;,15-388,p.) ; 8⁰.
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