Tom Brown's complete jester [electronic resource] : Or, the wit's merry companion. Being a most curious collection of excellent jests, keen repartees, pleasant stories, funny jokes, bon mots, smart waggeries, humourous quibbles, comical adventures, Irish bulls, and entertaining humbugs. To which are added, a choice collection of conundrums, entire new and beautiful rebusses, and riddles; biting epigrams, droll epitaphs, merry songs, amorous pastorals, comic tales, fables, &c. &c. &c. freed from those insipid thread-bare jests, which are in many other compositions of this kind; most of these being entirely new, and never yet appeared in any Jester.
- London : Printed for C. Henderson, under the Royal Exchange, Cornhill; and sold by all other booksellers in town and country, [1760?]
, 142 p.,  leaf of plates ; 12⁰.
- The second edition.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 2: New editions
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