Satire English 18th Century : Explanation of a tale of a tale: humbly inscribed to ************ : When yesterday I read your paper, straight to my mind accur'd the D-r, his tale,-(I mean not of a tub,) but that whereby he means to drub, a certain person of high place, who hath (what he hath not) some grace.
Satire English Early Modern 1500 1700 : The VVelch mans inventory : han infentory of the covdes of William Morgan, ap Renald, ap Hugh, ap Richard, ap Thomas, ap Evan, ap Rice, in the county of Clamorgan, Shentleman.
Satire English England Early Works To 1800 : Mendacimastix or, A whip for the colosan [sic] lyer, : being a brief answer, to the relation of two invisible old men, reported to be seen in Tholouze in France: in a letter sent from a friend in London, to the French pseudographir [sic].
Satire English England London : Charecters [sic] of some young women, belonging to the changes, who are to be dispos'd of by way of auction, July 41 [sic]
Satire Latin Medieval And Modern Early Works To 1800 : Koureus apoxuros : Id est, tonsor ad cutem rasus: qui forficulus, pectine, radulis, concha, odontagris, auriscalpiis, & humeralibus linteis onustus; ex Ingolstadiana tonstrina Britannos tondendi ergo emissus; sed ob inscitiam ipse eleganter novaculâ Britannicâ rasus, & pro tonsore hispido, misellus glabrio in eandem tonstrinam rem[i]ssus. Operâ A.R. tonsoris Aberdonensis.; Ross, Alexander,
Satire Medieval History And Criticism : Master Golyas and Sweden : the transformation of a clerical satire : a collection of essays / by Maria Berggren ... [et al.] ; edited by Olle Ferm and Bridget Morris.