Tim Bobbin's toy-shop open'd or, his whimsical amusements : Containing, his view of the Lancashire dialect, (with a large Glossary) being the Adventures and Misfortunes of a Lancashire Clown. The Poem of the Black Bird; or Whistling Ouzel. The Goose; a Poem, (by an unknown Hand) corrected by T. B. A humourous (but real) Codicil to a Conjurer's Will. Prickshaw Witch blown up; or the Conjuror out-conjured. ... Letter to the Empress of Rishworth, alias the Queen at the Booth. A Letter to T. P. Esq; being an Explanation of the above Letter; and a State of the Case between her Ladyship and the Author. Together with several other humourous epistles, Epitaphs, &c. in Prose and Rhyme. Also some original Lancashire, Scotch, and other Letters, never before published. Embellished with copper-plates designed by the author, and engraved by Mr. Barlow, of Bolton

Main Author: Bobbin, Tim
Format: eBook
Published: Manchester printed and sold by Joseph Harrop, and by the booksellers throughout England and Wales 1763, 1763
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T116628. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - Tim Bobbin = John Collier of Urmston
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (180p.,plates) 12°