Reflections upon Ridicule; or, What it is that makes a Man Ridiculous, and the Means to avoid it; Wherein are Represented the different Manners and Characters of Persons of the present Age. Jeremy Collier.
Reflections upon Ridicule; or, What it is that makes a Man Ridiculous, and the Means to avoid it; Wherein are Represented the different Manners and Characters of Persons of the present Age

Reflections upon Ridicule; or, What it is that makes a Man Ridiculous, and the Means to avoid it; Wherein are Represented the different Manners and Characters of Persons of the present Age

Dublin: Oli. Nelson, 1764. Hardcover. The Sixth Edition. [6], 223, [14] p.; 17 cm. Signatures: A6 B-L12 (-L6) (12mo). Contemorary leather spine with leather label reading "Collier on Redicul." In modern clamshell box in maroon cloth; gilt-tooled title on front section: "Collier, Reflections upon Ridicule." States "In Two Volumes" on title page, but text contains all 15 of the topics listed on the title page. Very scarce. In Good Condition: lacking both boards and final leaf (end of index); lower corner of pp. 93-94 lacking, with minor loss of text; corner creasing on first and last leaves; light soiling. Good. Item #004123

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