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LONDON: Printed and sold by S. Bladon, in Pater nofter-Row; 7. Williams, in Fleet

Street; and 7. Kingman, near the Royal-Exchange.

M.DCC.LXVII.

[Price 3 s. 9 d. in Sheets, or 55. neatly Bound.]

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THE

OR, THE

57 mm MONTHLY MERRY-MAKER.

For October 1765.

Being more in Quantity, and greater Variety, than any Book of the

Kind or Price Containing (among many other curious Particulars) 1. A Collection of Jests, Bulls, by Miss Wright, at Vauxhall. Stories, &c.

Something Odd : Sung by Mr. II. In Praise of Laughter.

* Lowe, at Margbone. A faIII. The Power of Friendship: vourite Song : Sung by_Miss

Or, The Generous Polanders. Brentz at Vauxhalt. A Trio : IV. Zoroafter and Selima.

Şung at Vauxhall. . Content, a V. An extraordinary Instance of Pastoral Ballad : Sung by Mr. Humanity in Savages.

Hudson.

A favourite Song : VI. The Wonderful Prophet ; and Sung by Mr. Cock, at Sadler's the Explanation

Wells. The Honeft Fellow. VII. Ceremony of a Russian Mar The Maid of the Mill: Sung by riage.

Mr. Vernon, at Vauxball. A faViu. Remarkable Instance of Fi vourite Song : Sung by Miss lial Piety.

Wearman, at Vauxbau. The IX. A Collection of Conundrums, British Fair: Sung by Miss Wright

Riddles, Rebuffes, Acrosticks, at Vauball. To a favourite Air Poems, Tales, Epigrams, Epi of Sig. Cocchi's : Sung by Miss taphs, &c.

Pope in The Musical Lady. X. Favourite New Songs, viz. The Maid's Advice: Sung by Thro' the Wuod Laddie : Sung Miss Wearman, at Vauxball.

Ride for Sapis.

Laugh, if you are Wise.

Numb. I. To be continu'd Monthly.'

LONDON: Printed and sold by S. Bladon, in Pater nofter-Row; 7. Williams, in Fleet

Street; 7. Kingman, near the Royal-Exchange ; by moft Bookfellers; and by the Persons who fell News. 1765.

[Price only Three-Pence.]

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