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Feast of merriment. A new American jester. Being a most curious collection of witty jests--merry stories--smart repartees-- droll advertures--funny jokes--wise sayings--anecdotes--waggeries-- whims--puns-- bon mots-- and laughable tricks, many of which were never before published. ... / By Well-Fed Domine Double-Chin Esq.

Title:Feast of merriment. A new American jester. Being a most curious collection of witty jests--merry stories--smart repartees-- droll advertures--funny jokes--wise sayings--anecdotes--waggeries-- whims--puns-- bon mots-- and laughable tricks, many of which were never before published. ... / By Well-Fed Domine Double-Chin Esq.
Note:Burlington [N.J.]: : Printed by I. Neale, for Neale and Kammerer, Jun. No. 24, North Third Street, Philadelphia., 1795
  
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Subject:American wit and humor
Subject:Songsters
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