The cambro-Britannic engineer: or the original mouse-trapp-maker. A mock-heroic-poem, in commemoration of St. David's-Day. By a gentleman of Oxford. To which are added, some occasional and humorous bubble-letters: written to the merry journalists, in the mad year 1720: In which are inserted, Aesop's Stock-Jobbing Dog; a Fable: And the South-Sea-Penitent; a Pastoral: Never before published. By the same hand.
- Holdsworth, E. (Edward), 1684-1746.
- MDCCXXII. 
The brunoniad: an heroic poem. In six cantos. Containing A solemn Detail of certain Commotions which have, of late, divided the Kingdom of Physic against itself. A critical and truly Homerican Catalogue of our present Luminaries of Medicine. - A Preface, describing the present State of Medicine, being the Result of deep philosophical Investigation. - And a Dedication, being a Specimen of the Author's Talents in the Sublime and Beautiful. By Julius Juniper, Poet Laureat to the Royal College of Physicians.
- Heald, W. M. (William Margetson), 1767-1837.
- M.DCC.LXXXIX.