A modest defence of punning : or a compleat answer to a scandalous and malicious paper called God's revenge against punning. In a letter to a member of Parlmt : Cambridge : autograph manuscript, 1716 Nov. 8.

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Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. A modest defence of punning : or a compleat answer to a scandalous and malicious paper called God's revenge against punning. In a letter to a member of Parlmt : Cambridge : autograph manuscript, 1716 Nov. 8.

A modest defence of punning : or a compleat answer to a scandalous and malicious paper called God's revenge against punning. In a letter to a member of Parlmt : Cambridge : autograph manuscript, 1716 Nov. 8.

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