The compleat universal jester: or, Pocket companion for the wits. [electronic resource] : Being a choice collection of merry conceits, facetious droileries, humorous waggeries, smart repartees, pleasant jokes, bon mots, comic stories, notable puns, witty quibbles, and ridiculous bulls. To which are added, a great number of out-o'th'-way conundrums, diverting rebusses, poignant epigrams, odd and uncommon epitaphs, &c. &c. The whole calculated to divert and promote inoffensive mirth, and good company. Containing more in number, and greater variety, than any book of the kind yet published. By Ferdinando Killigrew, Esq; the world's a jest.
- London : Printed by H. Hart, in popping's court, Fleetstreet: and sold by C. Pakker, upper part of New Bond street; R. Blamire, corner of Craven-street in the Strand; and I. Fell, at No. 14, in Pater Noster Row, MDCCLXIX. 
iv,156p. ; 12⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 2: New editions
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