The Americans roused, in a cure for the spleen. Or Amusement for a winter's evening [electronic resource] : being the substance of a conversation on the times, over a friendly tankard and pipe. Between Sharp, a country parson. Bumper, a country justice. Fillpot, an inn-keeper. Graveairs, a deacon. Trim, a barber. Brim, a Quaker. Puff, a late representative. Taken in short-hand, by Sir Roger de Coverly. [Two lines in Latin from Horace].
- De Coverly, Roger, Sir, 1728-1796
- [New York] : New-England, printed; New-York, re-printed, by James Rivington, [1775?]
- Physical Description:
- 32 pages ; 8⁰.
- Additional Creators:
- Rivington, James, 1724-1802 and New-York Historical Society
- "Sir Roger De Coverly" is identified as Jonathan Sewall in Sibley's Harvard graduates., First published at Boston in 1775 with title: A cure for the spleen. Or Amusement for a winter's evening., Reproduction of original from Library of Congress., and AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED PSU USERS.
- Citation/References Note:
- English Short Title Catalog, W11615.
- Reproduction Note:
- Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
- Reviewed/Cited In:
- Evans, C. American bibliography, 14455, Hill, F.P. American plays, printed 1714-1830, 261, and Sabin, J. Dictionary of books relating to America from its discovery to the present, 1274
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