2 edition of Olio, or, Satirical poetic-hodge-podge found in the catalog.
Olio, or, Satirical poetic-hodge-podge
|Other titles||Satirical poetic-hodge-podge|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 1077|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 46 p.|
|Number of Pages||46|
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Olio, or, Satirical poetic-hodge-podge: with an illustrative or explanatory dialogue in vindication of the motive: addressed to good nature, humour and fancy. Publisher: Philadelphia: [publisher not identified], Only the British Library copy of a Philadelphia satirical pamphlet ofOlio; or Satirical Poetic-Hodge-Podge, shows that a remainder was reissued thirteen years later’ (p.
3).Author: Karen Attar. Only the British Library copy of a Philadelphia satirical pamphlet ofOlio; or Satirical Poetic-Hodge-Podge, shows that a remainder was reissued thirteen years later’ (p.
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