The windsor medley: being a choice collection of several curious pieces in prose and verse: that were handed about in manuscript and print, during the stay of the court at Windsor-Castle last summer. Most of them never before Printed. Viz. A most ingenious Epigram upon Miss F-n-ss; and another on Miss P- Lord H-r-y to Mr. S F-x. Some Account of a Booby of Quality lately exported beyond Sea on his Travels. Verses upon a Mistake that happen'd in administring a Clyster to a Lady of Quality at Windsor. A Copy of Verses upon the Aldermen of London. The Windsor Ballad. Several Epigrams on the Poet Laureat, by some of the best Hands. Also the New-Year's-Day Ode. A most remarkable Letter from a Dorsetshire Attorney to his Kinsman, relating to the Judges refusing to sign his Certificate. A King at Arms disarm'd at Law, a Ballad. A Welsh Surgeon's Bill for a Widow Inn-Keeper at Oswaldstree. Blasphemy as Old as the Creation, an incomparable Satyr. Ruth the Quaker, her Rebuke to the Craftsman, and her Exhortation to Peace and Unity, in an Epistle to a certain Great Man. Cloe's Precaution. An Epistle from Jack Ketch, to the Rape-Master-General. On an old Batchelor of Seventy, his making Love to a Maiden of Fifteen in Westminster. Together with numbers of other very curious Things, not mentioned in the Title.
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