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The town and country jester; or, a new fund of genuine wit and good humour
"Containing the most complete, rational, merry, diverting, and humourous collection of agreeable entertainment for winter evenings and a leisure hour, ever published before in the English language ... Together with The complete English songster; being a choice collection of all the most esteemed new songs, ..."
London : printed for Alex. Hogg, no. 16, and J. Macgowan, no. 27, in Paternoster-row
Text begins on p. with B1. - Alexander Hogg and James Macgowan were active at these addresses during 1780 and 1781; Macgowan went bankrupt in December 1781 (Maxted)