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A second true dialogue between the proud horse, the tame lion, and crab, the master's cudgel, as they lay togerther [sic] one night in a stable near Mentz in Germany: Communicated by the lion himself[.]
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Dialogue between the proud horse, the tame lion, and Crab the master's cudgel. Part 2
London : Printed for T. Davis in Fleet-Street, [1743?]
4p. ; 4⁰.