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100 1  Taylor, John,|d1580-1653. 
245 14 The essence, quintessence, insence, innocence, lye-sence, 
       & magnifisence of nonsence upon sence: or, Sence upon 
       nonsence..|bThe third part, the fourth impression, the 
       fifth edition, the sixth addition, upon condition, that 
       (by tradition) the reader may laugh if he list. In 
       longitude, latitude, crassitude, magnitude, and amplitude,
       lengthened, widened, enlarged, augmented, encreased, made 
       wider and sider, by the addition of letters, syllables, 
       words, lines, and farfetch'd sentences. And the lamentable
       death and buriall of a Scottish Gallaway nagge. Written 
       upon white paper, in a brown study, betwixt Lammas day and
       Cambridge, in the yeare aforesayd. Beginning at the latter
       end, and written by John Taylor at the sign of the poor 
       Poets Head, in Phœnix Alley, near the middle of Long Acre
       , or Coven Garden. Anno, millimo, quillimo, trillimo, 
       daffadillimo, pulcher. 
246 2  Sence upon nonsence. 
260    [London :|bs.n.,|c1654] 
300    23, [1] p. 
500    Imprint from Wing. 
500    In verse. 
500    Annotation on Thomason copy: "feb: 10 1653". 
500    Reproduction of the original in the British Library. 
650  0 Nonsense literature, English. 
830  0 Early English books online. 
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