3 edition of The walks of Islington and Hogsdon, with the humours of Woodstreet-Compter found in the catalog.
The walks of Islington and Hogsdon, with the humours of Woodstreet-Compter
|Other titles||Tricks of youth|
|Statement||written by Tho. Jordan, Gent|
|Series||Three centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1830|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||87834773|
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Get this from a library. The walks of Islington and Hogsdon, with the humours of Woodstreet-compter. A comedy, as it was publikely acted days together, with extraordinary applause.
Never printed before. [Thomas Jordan]. Get this from a library. The walks of Islington and Hogsdon, with the humours of Woodstreet-Compter: a comedy. [Thomas Jordan]. A variant of O P Q V, O Q P V meant occupy you in lovers’ alphabets, as in the acme of the following “lesson” from Tricks of youth, or, The walks of Islington and Hogsdon with the humours of Woodstreet-compter (), a comedy by Thomas Jordan (circa ): – Flylove: Can you conceit why I have singled you thus from the company.
Shakespearean Sensations Experiencing Literature in Early Modern England. Get access. Buy the print book Jordan, Thomas, The Walks of Islington and Hogsdon, with the Humours of Woodstreet-compter (London: Tho.
Wilson, ). Jorgensen, Paul A. Tricks of youth, or, The walks of Islington and Hogsdon with the humours of Woodstreet-compter a comedy, as it was publickly acted nineteen dayes together with extraordinary applause / written by Tho.
Jordan, Gent. Jordan, Thomas, ?. / . Author of The triumphs of London, Londons triumphs, London's royal triumph for the city's loyal magistrate, Wealth out-witted, The goldsmiths' jubile, or, Londons triumphs, London in luster, London in its splendor, London's joy, or, The Lord Mayors show.
The walks of Islington and Hogsdon: with the humours of Woodstreet-compter. A comedy, as it was publikely acted days together, with extraordinary applause. Never printed before. Sample use of "batchelor" from the C17th Thomas Jordan, "Walks of Islington & Hogsdon with the humours of Woodstreet-compter": "You son of a Batchelor, do you throw your Pispots upon my head." Thu Nov 14 Comment: "son of a bachelor".
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