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A Learned Dissertation on Dumpling (1726)
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1951-1952

31. Thomas Gray, An Elegy Wrote in a Country Churchyard (1751), and The Eton College Manuscript. [15409]

1952-1953

41. Bernard Mandeville, A Letter to Dion (1732).

1963-1964

104. Thomas D'Urfey, Wonders in the Sun; or, The Kingdom of the Birds (1706).

1964-1965

110. John Tutchin, Selected Poems (1685-1700).

111. Anonymous, Political justice (1736).

112. Robert Dodsley, An Essay on Fable (1764).

113. T. R., An Essay Concerning Critical and Curious Learning (1698).

114. Two Poems Against Pope: Leonard Welsted, One Epistle to Mr. A. Pope (1730), and Anonymous, The Blatant Beast (1742). [21499]

1965-1966

115. Daniel Defoe and others, Accounts of the Apparition of Mrs. Veal.

116. Charles Macklin, The Covent Garden Theatre (1752).

117. Sir George L'Estrange, Citt and Bumpkin (1680).

118. Henry More, Enthusiasmus Triumphatus (1662).

119. Thomas Traherne, Meditations on the Six Days of the Creation (1717).

120. Bernard Mandeville, Aesop Dress'd or a Collection of Fables (1704).

1966-1967

123. Edmond Malone, Cursory Observations on the Poems Attributed to Mr. Thomas Rowley (1782).

124. Anonymous, The Female Wits (1704).

125. Anonymous, The Scribleriad (1742). Lord Hervey, The Difference Between Verbal and Practical Virtue (1742).

1967-1968

129. Lawrence Echard, Prefaces to Terence's Comedies (1694) and Plautus's Comedies (1694).

130. Henry More, Democritus Platonissans (1646).

132. Walter Harte, An Essay on Satire, Particularly on the Dunciad (1730).

1968-1969

133. John Courtenay, A Poetical Review of the Literary and Moral Character of the Late Samuel Johnson (1786).

134. John Downes, Roscius Anglicanus (1708).

135. Sir John Hill, Hypochondriasis, a Practical Treatise (1766).

136. Thomas Sheridan, Discourse ... Being Introductory to His Course of Lectures on Elocution and the English Language (1759).

137. Arthur Murphy, The Englishman From Paris (1736).

138. [Catherine Trotter], Olinda's Adventures (1718).

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139. John Ogilvie, An Essay on the lyric poetry of the ancients (1762). Introduction by Wallace Jackson. [25008]

140. A Learned Dissertation on Dumpling (1726) and Pudding burnt to pot or a compleat key to the Dissertation on Dumpling (1727). Introduction by Samuel L. Macey. [present text]

141. Selections from Sir Roger L'Estrange's Observator (1681-1687). Introduction by Violet Jordain.

142. Anthony Collins, A Discourse concerning Ridicule and Irony in writing (1729). Introduction by Edward A. Bloom and Lillian D. Bloom.

143. A Letter from a clergyman to his friend, with an account of the travels of Captain Lemuel Gulliver (1726). Introduction by Martin Kallich.

144. The Art of Architecture, a poem. In imitation of Horace's Art of poetry (1742). Introduction by William A. Gibson.

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Gerard Langbaine, An Account of the English Dramatick Poets (1691), Introduction by John Loftis. 2 Volumes. Approximately 600 pages. Price to members of the Society, $7.00 for the first copy (both volumes), and $8.50 for additional copies. Price to non-members, $10.00.

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Errors and Inconsistencies noted by transcriber:

As Wynde in a Bladdere ypent... [printed in black-letter type]

The Key to the Dissertation was printed with marginal opening quotes. Most closing quotes were supplied by the transcriber.

Introduction

Dr. Wood (pp. 442-447) [pp.442-447]

Dumpling and Key

Note author's correction: Page 5. line 15, &c. for Barnes read Brand.

Tu mihi Mecaenas Eris! [_spelling unchanged_] but for the Relief I find at AUSTIN's [' invisible] and trac'd in them the exact Lineaments [' invisible] and is call'd BRAND's to this Day [' invisible] his real Name was _John Brand_, [_here and above, see Author's Correction_] not one of the King's Cooks [' invisible] There is not so much difference between [differenee] some of Mother _Crump_'s Sausages [' invisible] See-and-Saw and Sacch'ry down [' invisible] with Elegies, Pastorals, Epithalamium's [_comma after "Elegies" invisible; apostrophe in "Epithalamium's" unchanged_] [->] _Pray mistake not the House; [-> represents pointing finger] that both the Gentlemen play a good Knife and Fork [_unchanged: error for "ply"?_] having at that Time, Credit with the Pork-Woman [_printed text reads "ha-/ing" at line break_] made-away with his Wine [_hyphen in original_]

Editor's Notes

the scatological Latin-English pun [scatalogical]

Augustan Reprints

20. Lewis Theobald, _Preface to ... [Prepace] 120. Bernard Mandeville ... (1704). [final . missing] 125. ... Lord Hervey... (1742). [_open parenthesis missing_] 2520 Cimarron Street (at West Adams), Los Angeles, California [. for , after "Los Angeles"]

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