Essays on various subjects : written for the amusement of everybody / by one who is considered nobody.
- New York : Printed for J.W. Bell, 17, Ann-Street, New Broadway. 1835.
- Physical Description:
- , 149,  pages ; 20 cm
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsPS992.A1 E87 1835Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon CollectionView by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- "These articles, with three exceptions, have already appeared in the columns of different periodicals."--Page  of preliminaries.
Last page blank.
Checklist of American imprints, 31538
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in contemporary purple cloth; spine label mutilated.
- Subject Terms:
- Hunting -- Humor.National characteristics, American -- Humor.Sports.United States -- Social life and customs -- Humor.
Poems -- 1835.
- Hints to young sportsmen respecting woodcocks
- Hints to young sportsmen respecting ruffed grouse
- Lines on the death of M. De La M
- Reminiscences of an old setter
- Sportsman's chamber
- Discourse against laziness in sportsmen
- Discursive story, a portrait
- Phrenological perplexities
- Oh! Cruel!
- Fashionable travellers
- Dialogue on wit
- First impressions of America
- Beauty of colour
- Snake story
- Female excellence
- Broadway on a fine day
- Mid day reveries
- Hints to tavern keepers
- Phrenology, by a Lady
- First impressions in America
- Otter hunt.
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