Satyr against common-wealths.

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The anonymous author, for instance, of A Satyr Against Common-Wealths () contended in his preface that it is "as disagreeable to see a Satyr Cloath'd in soft and effeminate Language, as to see a Woman scold and vent her self in Billingsgate Rhetorick in a gentile and advantageous Garb."Brand: Library of Alexandria.

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The anonymous author, for instance, of A Satyr Against Common-Wealths () contended in his preface that it is "as disagreeable to see a Satyr Cloath'd in soft and effeminate Language, as to see a Woman scold and vent her self in Billingsgate Rhetorick in a gentile and advantageous Garb.".

Since the first publication of Walter Harte's An Essay on Satire, Particularly on the Dunciad,[1] it has reappeared more than once: the unsold sheets of the first edition were included in A Collection of Pieces in Verse and Prose, Which Have Been Publish'd on Occasion of the Satyr against common-wealths.

book and the (), Essay is also found in at least three late eighteenth- or early nineteenth-century collections Author: Walter Harte. AN ESSAY, ON SATIRE, Particularly on the DUNCIAD. (Price One Shilling.) Speedily will be Published, The Works of VIRGIL Translated into Blank Verse by _J.

Trapp_, D. in Three Volumes in 12º with Cuts. AN ESSAY ON SATIRE, Particularly on the DUNCIAD. BY Mr. _WALTER HARTE_ of. An Essay on Satire, Particularly on the Dunciad. by Walter Harte. INTRODUCTION. Since the first publication of Walter Harte's _An Essay on Satire, Particularly on the Dunciad_,[1] it has reappeared more than once: the unsold sheets of the first edition were included in _A Collection of Pieces in Verse and Prose, Which Have Been Publish'd on Occasion of the Dunciad_ (), and the _Essay_ is.

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The concept Political satire, English represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries. Satyr on the adulterate coyn inscribed the common-wealth, &c. Bold, Henry, / [] Relations of the most famous kingdomes and common-wealths thorowout the world discoursing of their situations, religions, languages, manners, customes, strengths, greatnesse, and policies.

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