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An hue and cry after Dr. S--------t : occasion'd by a true and exact copy of part of his own diary, found in his pocket-book, wherein he has set down a faithful account of himself and of all that happen'd to him for the last week of his life.

Publication:
London : Printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford Arms in Warwicklane, 1714.
Format/Description:
Book
23, [1] p. ; 20 cm. (8vo)
Edition:
The third edition, with additions.
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Subjects:
Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745.
Form/Genre:
Booksellers' advertisements -- England -- 18th century.
Notes:
There is another variant third edition with 1 dash between the S and t.
Ascribed to Jonathan Smedley. According to Ricardo Quintana (The mind and art of Jonathan Swift) this satire is anonymous but was "picked up" and published by Smedley though not composed by him. Cf. NUC-pre 1956.
Half title: An hue and cry after Dr. S-t.
"A copy of verses fastn'd to the gate of St. P------'s C----h d--r, ohe day of the i--------t of a certain D--n": p. 21-23.
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Penn Chronology:
1714
Cited in:
Teerink-Scouten 1081.
ESTC N53640.
Contributor:
Smedley, Jonathan, 1671-1729.
Collection of British and American Fiction, 1660-1830 (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
63604374